Establishing the necessary balance of global and local expertise to be able to source, manufacture, and distribute effectively is key to building profitable capabilities in the Growth Markets
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The brutal fact is that a retail bank, in many cases, will be more profitable if it gets rid of some of its customers - the ones that are unprofitable and have no potential to be turned into valuable ones.
The 2015 Digital IQ survey was conducted July through September 2015 and included 1,909 respondents from 51 countries. Responses were aggregated into 6 regions and 10 industries. Download the 2015 Digital IQ Survey, which identifies 10 critical factors that correlate with stronger financial performance. Digital IQ leaders were twice as likely to achieve more rapid revenue and profit growth.
This report aims to look at food safety and quality of processed foods available in the market from the consumer's perspective. It alspo captures the key components of safe and quality processed foods as perceived by consumers.
The Report highlights the rich insights developed by the annual China Greentech Program, through which leading industry executives, investors, policymakers and other experts collaborate on commercial solutions that address China’s energy and environmental needs.
PwC’s Growth Markets Centre report, ‘Presence to profitability’, articulates steps to identify and grow profitably with the right partner in growth markets.
This report provides in-depth insight into the realities of infrastructure delivery across countries, regions and development corridors in sub-Saharan Africa.
When carrying out supply chain network modelling projects in emerging markets, there are a number of challenges to be considered and managed. This paper describes how a sample of these can be overcome.
Asia Pacific critical infrastructure needs are changing and regional planning and investment will play a pivotal role in how APEC economies grow.
This PwC report, for which Oxford Economics provided research support, examines current global capital projects and spending trends and projects future spending activities for the world’s largest economies.
This special edition of Cities of Opportunity provides a detailed, objective study of the business, economic and cultural hubs of the emerging world – Moscow, São Paulo, Beijing, Mumbai, Mexico City, Istanbul and Jakarta.