Market conditions particular to CEE countries (political environment focused on security of supply, energy prices and employment
Dostupnosť kvalifikovanej pracovnej sily už vnímajú ako limitujúci faktor ďalšieho rastu. Uspieť v odvetví je náročnejšie – až 77 % dodávateľov plánuje v najbližšej budúcnosti zvýšiť efektivitu výrobných kapacít. Vyplýva to z Prieskumu dodávateľov automobilového priemyslu 2016.
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 Slovak CEO survey 2016 conducted by PwC and Forbes.
How do top managers manage investments in digital technologies so they contribute to the sustainable development of companies? Since 2007, PwC’s Digital IQ Survey has asked this question. The survey examines the practices and performance of global companies drawn from the experience of almost 2,000 executives from 51 countries. The study analyses 25 factors and we have selected the main conclusions applicable to the Slovak and Czech markets.
In Slovakia more than one third (34%) of respondents has experienced one or more incidents of economic crime in the past 24 months. Economic crime continues to be a serious issue affecting organisations worldwide, across Central & Eastern Europe and in Slovakia.
Slovak Automotive Suppliers Survey 2015
PwC: Pocket Tax Book 2016. Thought leadership initiative that provides on a year-by-year basis a concise summary of Slovak tax rules.
PwC: Steuern Kompakt 2016. Praktischer Leitfaden durch das slowakische Steuersystem.
PwC: Effectiveness of the Finance Function in Slovakia
PwC: Transparency Report for the Financial Year Ending 31 December 2015
Prieskum slúži ako užitočný benchmarkingový nástroj pre lídrov v SSC. Ponúka pohľad na rôzne fázy vývoja SSC na Slovensku ale aj celosvetovo.
Paying Taxes is a unique study from PwC and the World Bank Group. Paying Taxes 2016 released in November 2015 provides data on tax systems in 189 economies around the world, with an ability to monitor tax reform.
PwC: Global CEO Survey
Whether its fraud, IP infringement, corruption, cybercrime, or accounting fraud, economic crime continues to be a major concern for organisations of all sizes, across all regions and in virtually every sector. But as our 2016 Global Economic Crime Survey reveals, the real story is not the persistence of economic crime, it’s the threat it poses to your business processes, your employee morale, and your reputation.
A joint undertaking of the Urban Land Institute and PwC, the Emerging Trends in Real Estate® series provides an outlook on real estate investment and development trends, real estate finance and capital markets, trends by property sector and metropolitan area, and other real estate issues around the globe.
Global Economic Crime Survey conducted by PwC is the most comprehensive survey of economic crime available to businesses.
Every two years, PwC sponsors the Banking Banana Skins survey conducted by the Centre of the Study of Financial Innovation. Each survey identifies potential sources of risks to banks and then ranks them by severity.
IPO Watch Europe surveys all new primary market equity IPOs on Europe’s principal stock markets and market segments on a quarterly basis.