PwC announced the winners of the fifth Leading HR Organisation competition, which rewards firms with the most effective HR management and best practice in staff management in Slovakia.
PwC Slovakia retained its position as the largest consulting firm on the Slovak market for the fourth year running according to TREND, the economy & business weekly. With revenues of more than EUR 47 million in 2015, the firm recorded 15% growth year-on-year.
The PwC network reported total global gross revenues of US$35.9 billion for the fiscal year ended on 30 June 2016. At constant exchange rates (local currency), PwC's total global revenues rose by over 7%. Overall PwC’s global headcount grew by over 7% to more than 223,000 people.
Study assesses social and economic health of 30 leading cities: • European cities – London, Paris, Amsterdam – make a strong showing in biennial PwC study • Economic clout, ease of doing business, education, technology readiness, location and access, amongst key measures • London performance underlines strengths and potential areas for competition post Brexit • City risk resilience and tax profiles assessed
As entertainment and media companies seek to tap into pockets of growth and value in an increasingly complex and competitive global marketplace, surging demand from young consumers is opening up fresh areas of opportunity for incumbents and new entrants alike.
Asif Nazir Khoja was appointed as an Assurance Partner at PwC from 1 July 2016 and will continue to be based at the Bratislava office. He will be the lead partner for US multinational clients in Slovakia and the CEE region. Asif will continue to share his US GAAP / GAAS knowledge and insights to drive business and quality in the CEE region.
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.
This is a key finding of PwC’s Digital IQ 2015 survey. The survey examines how top managers control and manage investments in digital technologies so that they contribute to the sustainable development of companies. The study analysed 25 factors, and almost 2,000 executive directors from 51 countries shared their opinions and experience.
Findings from PwC’s Annual Global CEO survey show only slightly more than a third (35%) are very confident of their own company growth in the coming year, down four points on last year (39%), and even one point below 2013.