PwC's 5th Hungarian CEO Survey
Businesses expect growth, but lack of qualified professionals remains a problem.
CEOs in Hungary are more optimistic than their counterparts in other countries about the future, according to PwC’s latest Hungarian CEO Survey. Globally, 82% of CEOs are confident about their own prospects for revenue growth, while in Hungary 84% of CEOs reported the same. It is also clear from this year’s responses that the lack of qualified professionals is of particular concern to CEOs and makes them value their existing employees more.
Improving trends or underestimated threats?
Economic crime continues to be a serious issue affecting organisations worldwide. PwC's new Global and Hungarian Economic Crime Survey show that the incidence of economic crime has declined by 5% compared to seven years ago. Economic crime has decreased not only in Hungary, but also in the CEE region and globally. But this decrease is actually masking a worrying trend: that economic crime is changing significantly, but that detection and controls programmes are not keeping up with the pace of change.
The Industrial Internet of Things
Why it demands not only new technology—but also a new operational blueprint for your business
Many manufacturers and industrial product companies have made great strides in connecting their products and appliances to the IoT. But succeeding in this era demands much more than technology connectivity. In fact, the advent of the IIoT is a once-in-a-lifetime business disruption—one that requires new capabilities and will provide incredible opportunities.