The communications sector in Mongolia is facing significant transformations arising from new global trends in technology, changes in consumer needs, local drivers, and tendencies.
The regulatory framework reforms for the mobile market and other segments initiated by the government imply changes in the communications business. In particular, the recent demonopolization of the wire communications market and the creation of new, competitive conditions drives new market strategies and related organizational changes.
To operate efficiently in the new environment, and to adapt to changes, companies need to introduce a new management model to consider required changes in the organizational structure, work practices and even current corporate cultures. Those companies able to adapt to changes quickly will have a competitive advantage.
PwC offers the experience and knowledge of its Mongolian and international specialists to solve this problem. We help clients around the globe successfully navigate the challenges similar to those which Kazakhstan operations are beginning to face.
PwC has an insider's view of key trends and developments driving the industry. With thousands of entertainment and media practitioners around the world, we are always close-at-hand to industry specialists and resources. While PwC is widely known for the breadth and quality of our Assurance and Tax advisory services, we also help companies develop strategies to leverage digital technology, position themselves in the marketplace in industries characterized by consolidation and convergence, and identifying new sources of financing.
Our Entertainment and Media practice publishes the annual Global Entertainment and Media Outlook that covers almost every segment, every region and is the first source of reference for devising strategies and planning in both industries.