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At PwC, we draw on the collective skills and experience of more than 364,000 people across our network of firms in 151 countries to help build trust in society and solve important problems. We help our clients transform to build enduring success as they navigate a rapidly changing world.
Clients across our global network
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Our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems.
In an increasingly complex world, we help intricate systems function, adapt and evolve so they can deliver sustained outcomes for communities and society – whether they are capital markets, tax systems or the economic systems within which business and society exist.
When working with our clients and our colleagues to build trust in society and solve important problems we:
Overall gross revenue growth to US$53.1 billion
Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) revenue growth
Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) revenue growth
Asia Pacific revenue growth
Revenue growth in India (fastest growing large firm in the PwC network)
Americas revenue growth, and US revenue growth of 11.2%
Each of our lines of business – Assurance, Advisory, Tax and Legal Services – grew in FY23
Our strategy depends on combining human ingenuity, capability, and experience with advanced technology to help our clients succeed on two of their biggest challenges: achieving sustained outcomes and building trust. Here are a few of the ways we’ve delivered on our strategy this year, growing the power of our human-led, tech-enabled community of solvers to help clients meet some of their toughest challenges:
Global headcount growth
We are two-thirds of the way to our goal of creating 100,000 net new jobs over five years — and it’s only year two
Invested across our network to strengthen our capabilities to deliver sustained outcomes for clients
Ongoing investment in audit quality
Upskilled 49% of our workforce on sustainability, a defining challenge of this century
Grew our 50+ worldwide Acceleration Centres, increasing headcount by 38% and opening new Centre spaces in Cairo, Johannesburg and Mumbai
On our way to investing nearly US$2 billion to expand and scale our AI capabilities
Rolled out AI technology to our entire legal practice in 100+ countries as part of a strategic alliance with AI company Harvey
Made 17 acquisitions in areas from cloud to sustainability to cybersecurity
Announced new strategic collaboration with Microsoft and Icertis to provide C-suites with powerful, innovative AI-driven tools
Launched our Centre for Nature Positive Business to expand our capabilities and expertise across our network in areas from biodiversity to regenerative agriculture
Continued to expand our global Centres of Excellence in key areas from advanced technology to sustainability
We are seeing the impact of our strategy come through in a number of external rewards and recognitions this year. A few highlights:
up 6% since 2021
up 9% since 2021
up 7% since 2021
up 6% since 2021
up 5% since 2021
up 10% since 2022
new jobs created
new joiners to PwC
Find out more about our Global Inclusion First strategy at www.pwc.com/inclusion.
“40% of global CEOs think their organisation will no longer be economically viable in ten years’ time if it continues on its current course.”
“An 18-year-old woman entering the workforce today will not see pay equality in her working lifetime.”
“26% of employees say they are likely to change jobs in the next 12 months.”
“More than a quarter of all venture capital funding is going to climate technology.”
“Worldwide consumer spending on entertainment and media is slowing markedly and is forecast to grow at just 2.4% a year between now and 2027.”
“The choice is simple – adapt to the new context or fail.”
Olwyn Alexander, Global Asset & Wealth Management Leader, PwC Ireland
We believe strongly in the value of robust disclosures of companies’ impacts on society. We supported the World Economic Forum to develop its Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics, a rigorous way for companies to measure their true impact on the people and the planet. We were an early adopter of the metrics, and you can see our latest report here. We believe the Metrics heighten transparency and accountability, helping to build stronger communities and a healthier environment.
We are pleased to share many of the report highlights here in the Global Annual Review, from our 800,000+ volunteering hours to our progress on our net zero commitments.
We are on track to reach our commitments to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions with 2030 goals. In addition, from 2023, we will offset scope 1, 2 and scope 3 business travel in all territories.
50% absolute reduction in scope 1 & 2 greenhouse gas emissions by FY30 from a FY19 baseline
renewable electricity used in all our territories by FY30 (already over 90%)
of our purchased goods and services suppliers (by emissions) to set science-based targets to reduce their own climate impact by FY25
absolute reduction in scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions from business travel by FY30 from a FY19 baseline
The 2023 PwC Network Environment Report covers how we are executing our sustainability strategy, including:
*Includes cash and in-kind donations, volunteer hours, pro-bono or discounted work and management costs
The Global Office for Humanitarian Affairs at PwC (GOHA) leverages PwC’s skills and resources to strategically respond to emerging humanitarian needs and protracted humanitarian crises. Since 2018, GOHA has been partnering with local and global institutions to support vulnerable communities across healthcare, livelihoods, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) needs, and emergency response, with a view to build lasting resilience in affected communities and local responders. In addition, many PwC member firms undertake humanitarian work, both in their local communities and beyond.
Since 2018, GOHA has consistently collaborated with Health and Education for All (HAEFA) at multiple levels to provide free health services to Rohingya refugees and local communities in the world's largest refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, serving more than 240,000 patient visits to date, exhibiting our sustained assistance to the crisis — a model we hope the private sector will emulate
GOHA, in collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), supported the expansion and refurbishment of a Primary Health Care Centre (PHCC) in Kawergosk, Kurdistan Region of Iraq. From July 2022 to June 2023, the PHCC has provided nearly 46,000 consultations to Syrian refugees and Iraqi displaced communities and host populations living in Kawergosk town and surrounding areas.
Afghanistan continues to face one of the biggest humanitarian crises in the world with two-thirds of its population in need of humanitarian assistance. GOHA deployed 100 shelters for healthcare and humanitarian services by the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) in Afghanistan, Tajikistan and other regions, recording more than 180,000 patient footfalls.
GOHA collaborated with Creative Space Beirut (CSB), a social enterprise providing free design education to talented youth from marginalised communities, to support the livelihoods of 20+ refugees and Lebanese community members, who were engaged to design and produce WHO guideline based masks.
In response to the devastating 2023 Türkiye-Syria earthquake, GOHA will be supporting the establishment and operation of an internally displaced people’s camp by WATAN in Idlib, Northwest Syria, to provide accommodation for vulnerable families. In Türkiye, GOHA is supporting the Turkish Red Crescent with mobile child-friendly spaces to provide comprehensive support and protection for young people and their families in affected areas.
The PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc. contributed US$300,000 to CARE, Save the Children and International Medical Corps in support of immediate and long-term response efforts in the aftermath of monsoon floods.
PwC people and firms around the world have offered shelter to Ukrainians and provided in-kind and monetary donations totalling more than US$5 million. PwC Central and Eastern Europe established a foundation in Ukraine and a network taskforce has been set up to aid the long-term rebuilding of the country.
PwC South Africa is growing the TechnoGirl programme, which provides young women with access to STEM skills and employment opportunities, in collaboration with UNICEF in support of Generation Unlimited.
We are collaborating with UNICEF in support of Generation Unlimited to support their mission to help 1.8 billion young people transition from school to work by 2030.
We are a founding partner of the World Economic Forum’s Reskilling Revolution programme, which aims to catalyse multiple coalitions to provide 1 billion people with better education, skills and jobs by 2030.
Our New world. New skills. work spans the globe:
Through its collaboration with Girls E-Mentorship (GEM), PwC Canada staff use their skills, experience and support to empower young women and support their upskilling and future career pathways. PwC Canada has hosted enrichment opportunities for mentees and events to raise awareness of GEM’s mission.
Launched by PwC Middle East, the Digital Heroes programme aims to support refugees by providing in-demand digital skills and resources to support their journey to employment and further academic opportunities.
PwC South Africa's Youth Engaged Programme (YEP) aims to make a tangible impact on youth unemployment in South Africa by empowering and supporting youth so that they are well-equipped to enter the workforce.
Director, Global Corporate Affairs and Communications, PwC United Kingdom
Tel: +44 7384 248 785