PwC’s 9th Hungarian CEO Survey
While optimism about Hungarian economic growth is at an all-time low, 80% of CEOs remain confident about their company’s prospects for revenue growth.Read more
In our video we present a summary of the views of 223 Hungarian CEOs on economic outlooks, their organisations’ growth prospects, the opportunities and challenges in upskilling their workforce, climate change, regulating cyberspace, and digital privacy.
Hungarian CEOs have been asked about the economic’s and their organisations’ growth prospects
of CEOs remain confident about their company’s prospects for revenue growth
of the leaders expect an increase in headcount
of the respondents plan to enter a new market
"Now is not the time for business leaders to allow business conditions and trends to push them into short-sighted tactics. Now, more than ever, is the time to invest in people, better technologies and courageous innovations, even if it takes more bravery than it might have last year or a few years ago. As a leader you don’t have control over demographic trends. You need to come to terms with the skills shortage and talent flight and embrace the necessity for upskilling. If you strike now, while the iron is hot, you will forge a company made of solid relationships while building a more agile workforce.”
This is the 9th year PwC has conducted the Hungarian CEO Survey. Our survey is based on PwC’s Annual Global CEO Survey, which is now in its 23rd year, and provides insight into Hungarian CEOs’ thoughts on challenges and opportunities for their companies, industries, and the general business environment.
The survey was conducted in cooperation with the Confederation of Hungarian Employers and Industrialists (MGYOSZ).
Dr. Tamás Lőcsei
Country Managing Partner, PwC Hungary
Dr. Barbara Koncz
Director, PwC Hungary
PR Manager, PwC Hungary