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The PwC retail and consumer practice provides professional services to leading retail and consumer product companies.
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WebcastRevenue Recognition Webcast & Industry Supplement - Retail & Consumer - July 24, 2014
7/10/14 | Retail & consumer
Join us for an expanded discussion on the specific impacts the new revenue recognition standard will have on Retail & Consumer Companies and download our R&C Industry Supplement.
- How grocers can get ahead for the future
6/11/14 | Retail & consumer
What customers want in tomorrow’s grocer isn’t all that different from what they want today. Based on the more than 1,000 customers we surveyed, the grocery industry’s future is centered around a simple yet targeted shopping experience that’s tailored to their needs. And while technology will play a more important role than it has historically, it will be just one component of connecting with clients. The grocery shoppers of tomorrow will want a shopping experience that’s tailored to their needs with custom coupons, convenience, and a selection of organic and ethnic foods, according to our new survey.
- Telecommunications and data privacy policies will drive opportunities in online retailing
4/24/14 | Retail & consumer
This PwC paper focuses on telecommunications and data privacy issues and how those may affect global companies with online retailing operations in emerging markets.
- PwC's Global Insights 2014: Drivers of growth for Cash and Carry retailers in emerging markets
2/18/14 | Retail & consumer
PwC’s Global Insights 2014: Drivers of growth for Cash and Carry retailers in emerging markets reviews the evolution of the Cash & Carry (C&C) retail model in emerging markets and provides key insights/platforms that can be leveraged for C&C evolution and growth.
- US retail & consumer deals insights: 2013 year in review and 2014 outlook
2/18/14 | Retail & consumer
Despite a lull in deal activity during Q2, total transaction value for 2013 surpassed the $100 billion mark for the first time since 2008, anchored by one of the largest consumer products deals in history with the $28 billion Heinz deal. There were several factors which challenged consumer sentiment throughout 2013, however consumer sentiment was up year-over-year driven by labor and economic improvements. We expect R&C deal activity will continue its positive momentum, but will remain challenging as supply and demand of quality assets for sale may remain divergent.
- Retail & Consumer: 2013 Financial Reporting Trends
2/5/14 | Retail & consumer
The retail and consumer (R&C) practice of PwC is pleased to present our first report on financial reporting trends for the R&C industry.
- Retail & Consumer: 2013 SEC comment letter trends
1/15/14 | Retail & consumer
Understanding the SEC staff’s recent focus areas specific to retail and consumer companies are paramount to industry leaders. We have highlighted the top areas where R&C registrants received the most comments...
- Retail & Consumer KnowledgeBrief: Technical and Quality Newsletter
10/1/13 | Retail & consumer
What are the technical and reporting issues impacting retail and consumer products companies? PwC's Retail & Consumer KnowledgeBrief provides insights and summaries on restructuring comment letter trends and disclosure reminders, data protection, conflict minerals, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and more.
- Retail and Consumer industry: State of Compliance survey
9/24/13 | Retail & consumer
What is the state of compliance for retail and consumer companies in terms of formal compliance infrastructure, resources, and processes? How is the compliance environment for retailers and consumer goods companies different from other industries?
- Lease accounting in retail and consumer products: Transformational change
6/25/13 | Retail & consumer
The changes to lease accounting proposed by the FASB and IASB will bring all leases onto the balance sheet and change income statement recognition, business processes, systems, and controls. Retail and consumer companies should prepare for the upcoming business process changes.