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What's The New Equation?

A community of solvers coming together in unexpected ways.

Our vision for the PwC Network, fuelled by our Purpose, is to be the most trusted and relevant professional services business in the world - one that attracts the best talent and combines the most innovative technologies, to help organisations build trust and deliver sustained outcomes.

We’re calling our refreshed global strategy The New Equation, and it speaks to the two most fundamental needs clients and organisations are grappling with today. 

First is the urgency to successfully respond to, and change, in the face of the major shifts shaping the world: technological disruption, climate change, fractured geopolitics, social tension, and the continuing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Second is the need to build trust at a time when it is both more fragile and more complicated to earn. 

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Delivering sustained outcomes which make a difference

Our approach embodies who we are: a community of solvers coming together in unexpected ways to deliver outcomes for organisations, their customers, stakeholders and communities, which make a positive and enduring impact right across the value chain.  

Our formula is simple: we deliver bold ideas, solutions which are human-led and tech-powered and meaningful experiences which deliver real-life results.  

Solving for the issues that matter to our clients and the world
Building Resilience for the Next Normal

The past year has underscored that the challenge of crisis management is not about predicting the future, but dealing with the unpredictable. PwC’s Global Crisis Survey 2021 explores the business community’s response to the most disruptive global crisis of our lifetime: the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Investing in Indonesian Healthcare

How Australian healthcare businesses to define the opportunities in Indonesia.

 

Rolling Back the Frontiers of Finance

PwC examination on the accelerating trend for governments to set up sovereign investment funds to promote domestic economic development.

 

You can’t buy trust - you have to earn it

Trust has never been more important. It’s the link that connects your organisation, your people, your customers, your stakeholders and the world. We know that trust isn’t something you can buy off the shelf. It’s something you earn through every interaction, every experience, every relationship and every outcome delivered.

A world built on the foundations of trust and transparency
PwC 24th Global CEO Survey

For business, 2021 will be a year of reinvention. One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, we surveyed 5,050 CEOs around the world about their plans to respond to new threats, transform their operating model and create a more sustainable future.

Global Digital Trust Insights 2021

Our findings from the Global Digital Trust Insights 2021 (Global DTI 2021) survey of 3,249 business and technology executives around the world tell us what’s changing and what’s next in cybersecurity.

Family Business Survey 2021

In our 10th PwC Global Family Business Survey, we reveal the current thinking—and future outlook—of 2801 family business leaders across 87 territories.

People solving together powered by technology

The New Equation is a future that is human-led and tech-powered. For us, people and technology work hand in hand. It's about how human ingenuity combines with technology innovation and experience to deliver faster, more intelligent and better outcomes while building trust across the value chain.

People and technology working together to create a stronger tomorrow
New World. New Skills. World Youth Skills Day 2021

At PwC, we believe everyone should be able to live, learn, work and participate in the digital world. On World Youth Skills Day 2021, learn about our initiatives around the world to help young people develop the skills they need for the future.

 

Hopes and Fears 2021

PwC is committed to highlighting the issues surrounding the digital divide and the societal and economic benefits of greater private-public collaboration on upskilling and reskilling. There’s a lot more to do to create more diverse, inclusive workplaces that allow everyone to give their best.

Humanity, Innovation and Radical Progress in the Post-COVID World

“Upskilling” or “reskilling” employees to enable their full participation in the workplace means creating more inclusive and sustainable economies and societies that pull people along and catalyse deeper connections between humanity and the economic marketplace.

Contact us

Eddy Rintis

Eddy Rintis

Senior Partner, PwC Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 509 92901

Ay-Tjhing Phan

Ay-Tjhing Phan

Markets Leader, PwC Indonesia

Tel: +62 21 509 92901

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