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KPMG & Workday

KPMG has teamed up with leading cloud-based enterprise solutions provider Workday, to offer an innovative approach to providing unified HCM, and FM solutions designed for today’s dynamic and global organisations
Modified date: 03/09/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Pace of change in pub and restaurant sector will accelerate in 2014, says KPMG

Pub & restaurant operators must embrace new technologies in order to be successful in 2014 says Will Hawkley, Director in KPMG Leisure Advisory Group
Modified date: 18/08/2014
Press release
 

Italian luxury hotel chain acquires the Gore and Pelham hotels

KPMG’s Corporate Finance practice has advised the owners of The Gore Hotel and The Pelham Hotel on a sale to Starhotels S.p.A.
Modified date: 11/08/2014
Press release
 

KPMG at the Workday Rising Europe 2014 Conference

KPMG in the UK is proud to be Gold sponsor at Workday Rising Europe 2014, to be held on 31 March – 02 April 2014 at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge hotel in London.
Modified date: 01/04/2014
Business and industry issue
 

Budget 2014: Chancellor says “bravo” to the theatre as he announces tax breaks

Carol Johnson, Tax Director in the Innovation Reliefs and Incentives Group at KPMG in the UK, comments on the announcement of tax incentives for theatre productions announced in today’s Budget.
Modified date: 19/03/2014
Press release
 

Autumn Statement 2013: Creative sector relief brings cheer to film industry and raises hopes for theatres

Chris Morgan, Head of Tax Policy at KPMG in the UK, comments on today's Autumn Statement and it's implications for the creative sector.
Modified date: 05/12/2013
Press release