Addressing the softer challenges: Acquiring talent, developing partnerships, securing financial support and appreciating cultural nuances need constant consideration - not just when entering a new market, but throughout a company’s expansion journey
Investment roadmap & partnerships - Key considerations:
Leadership, talent & governance - Key considerations:
Cultural capital - Key considerations:
Nov 13 2015
Our report outlines three principles for developing supra talent in Asia Pacific and we consider ideas to improve conditions for international workers and businesses, as well as receiving and sending APEC economies.
Dec 01 2015
PwC’s 2015 Africa Capital Markets Watch provides an analysis of African equity and debt capital markets transactions that took place between 2011 – 2015. It also highlights the trends in African capital markets in 2015 which reflected strong figures, however, indicates that challenging times may lie ahead.
Mar 31 2015
Attracting, engaging, developing and retaining the female millennial.
Feb 09 2015
In this new report we have surveyed domestic and foreign banks, trusts, peer-to-peer (P2P) lenders and Internet finance and auto finance companies to get an accurate and comprehensive picture of a sector that is readying itself for a period of substantial change.
Nov 08 2012
PwC’s videos and articles on infrastructure development in a range of emerging markets, written by global and local infrastructure specialists.
Dec 03 2012
Explores the many sides of the talent shortage challenging infrastructure companies working in emerging markets. To plan, build and maintain this infrastructure, developing nations will need millions of highly skilled workers, including civil engineers, electrical and mechanical engineers, architects, designers, surveyors and project managers.
Dec 08 2014
PwC’s Growth Markets Centre report, ‘Presence to profitability’, articulates steps to identify and grow profitably with the right partner in growth markets.
Mar 04 2014
India is a country of myriad contradictions. On the one hand, it has grown to be one of the largest economies in the world, and an increasingly important player in the emerging global order, on the other hand, it is still home to the largest number of people living in absolute poverty and the largest number of undernourished children. This handbook suggests steps to developing a CSR strategy and policy and identifies the key building blocks for initiating and developing the CSR programs. It walks the CSR practitioner through some of the key choices that may be required to be made while pursuing CSR objectives and developing an organisation that is socially sensitive and responsible.