Washington, Bratislava, 24 November 2016 – According to the findings of the 11th edition of Paying Taxes 2017, compiled by the World Bank Group and PwC, businesses worldwide are continuing to simplify and reduce tax obligations. The study investigates the simplification of paying taxes in 190 countries and uses a medium-sized model company and legislation applicable at the end of 2015.
PwC announced the winners of the fifth Leading HR Organisation competition, which rewards firms with the most effective HR management and best practice in staff management in Slovakia.
Bratislava, 11 November 2016 – PwC Slovakia retained its position as the largest consulting firm on the Slovak market for the fourth year running according to TREND, the economy & business weekly.With revenues of more than EUR 47 million in 2015, the firm recorded 15% growth year-on-year. PwC Slovakia is the auditor for 30 firms in the TREND TOP 200. The ranking was published in the annual TREND TOP yearbook on 10 November 2016, which is compiled by the TREND economic and business weekly.
LONDON, 26 October 2016 – The core European countries of Switzerland, Germany and Austria once again take the top three places in the PwC Young Workers Index, which compares the labour market impact and educational participation of people aged 15-24 in 35 OECD countries over the period since 2006.
According to the results of this year’s survey, almost 86% of responding firms use information taken from market surveys when reviewing their employees’ salaries. In this way, companies are able to compare their own remuneration levels with a sample of firms comparable in business or size.
LONDON, 4 October 2016 – The PwC network reported total global gross revenues of US$35.9 billion for the fiscal year ended on 30 June 2016. At constant exchange rates (local currency), PwC's total global revenues rose by over 7%.
Wednesday 7 September 2016 – London claims pole position for the second time in a row a comprehensive benchmarking study of 30 leading business centres globally, boding well for its ability to withstand post–Brexit competition on a number of fronts.
Wednesday, 8 June 2016 – Total worldwide entertainment and media revenues will rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.4% in nominal terms over the coming five years, from US$1.72 trillion in 2015 to US$2.14 trillion in 2020, according to PwC’s Global entertainment and media outlook 2016–2020.
Bratislava 7 June 2016 – Asif Nazir Khoja was appointed as an Assurance Partner at PwC from 1 July 2016 and will continue to be based at the Bratislava office. He will be the lead partner for US multinational clients in Slovakia and the CEE region.
Bratislava 12 April – CEOs in Slovak companies expressed how they see the growth of their companies over the coming years and which factors threaten the future of their business in Slovakia. 156 top representatives of companies operating in the Slovak market participated in the survey from various industries.
Bratislava, 14March 2016 - Slovak and Czech companies underestimate the importance and benefits of digital technologies to future revenues compared with Western European companies. This is a key finding of PwC’s Digital IQ 2015 survey.
DAVOS, SWITZERLAND, 20 January 2016 – Two-thirds of CEOs (66%) see more threats facing their businesses today than three years ago. Just over a quarter (27%) believe global growth will improve over the next 12 months, a decline of 10 points on last year.
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