A lack of skilled labour is already seen as a potential limiting factor to achieve growth targets. It is more difficult to succeed in this industry – as much as 77% of respondents plan to improve overall effectivity of production in the near future. According to Slovak Automotive Suppliers Survey 2016.
CEOs in Slovak companies expressed how they see the growth of their companies over the coming years and which factors threaten the future of their business in Slovak CEO survey 2016 conducted by PwC and Forbes.
How do top managers manage investments in digital technologies so they contribute to the sustainable development of companies? Since 2007, PwC’s Digital IQ Survey has asked this question. The survey examines the practices and performance of global companies drawn from the experience of almost 2,000 executives from 51 countries. The study analyses 25 factors and we have selected the main conclusions applicable to the Slovak and Czech markets.
In Slovakia more than one third (34%) of respondents has experienced one or more incidents of economic crime in the past 24 months. Economic crime continues to be a serious issue affecting organisations worldwide, across Central & Eastern Europe and in Slovakia.
"Slovakia in Figures" is a brochure prepared by AmCham Slovakia, in cooperation with ECENTER. The brochure provides concise information why Slovakia is a great country for doing business with PwC's tax information.
PwC presents annual review of mergers and acquisition activity and key trends impacting the global automotive industry. In this edition we look at the status of global deal activity among motor vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, financiers, and other related sectors, key trends that impacted the deal market in 2015, transaction activity by sector and region. The issue also provides our perspective on the journey ahead.
Todd Bradshaw, Country Managing Partner of PwC Slovakia and Public Sector leader for PwC CEE, has been elected as the new President of AmCham Slovakia on Friday 12 February 2016.