|18th Annual Global CEO Survey
How are CEOs responding to disruption in a marketplace without boundaries? Explore the full findings from this year's CEO Survey including our data explorer tool to compare CEOs perspectives from different geographies and industry sectors.
|New vision for Asia Pacific: Connectivity creating new platforms for growth
What will drive growth over the next decade in Asia Pacific? Business investments and outlooks show the opportunities are changing.
|The World in 2050
Our economists have analysed how the world could look in 2050. This report concludes that the shift of global economic power to emerging economies is set to continue. Vietnam is set to be a notable riser in Asia, besides Philippines and Malaysia.
|Infrastructure development in Asia Pacific (APEC): The next 10 years
We explore the key trends that will influence priorities and investments in infrastructure development in Asia Pacific and what this means for business.
|Becoming a digital telecom: Be bold, move fast
The telecommunications industry has been critical to the process of digitization across other sectors, yet the industry’s own efforts to transform the way it markets, sells, and supports its services have lagged. To improve, telecom operators must offer a more integrated omnichannel experience and develop new products and services to better meet the needs of their customers.
|Anything but business as usual: A private company view of the Global CEO Survey
A riskier but more rewarding business environment has private company leaders expressing optimism about their prospects for the year ahead, according to the private company CEOs we surveyed as part of the 18th Annual Global CEO Survey. But in order to thrive in this competitive environment, private companies must disrupt ‘business as usual’ by finding new ways to create value and grow.
|Bridging the gap: handing over the family business to the next generation
PwC’s survey of family business succession strategies examines how family firms plan to hand over their operations to the next generation.
|Delivering the next-gen customer experience: How to select the right CRM
Customer relationship management (CRM) solutions are no longer the IT-centric systems of years ago. They now provide sophisticated analytics and other features that can help financial institutions meet new trends head-on, from rising user expectations to relentless regulatory demands. Organizations need a new approach to selecting a CRM solution—one that prioritizes their specific business needs.
|2015 Retail Banking Trends
In 2015, we foresee the acceleration of a trend that’s been under way since the end of the financial crisis: the increased commoditization of retail banking products. This new reality is putting pressure on banks to distinguish themselves in an intensely competitive, low-growth, low-margin environment.