Taking the route to sustainable growth
Whether your growth strategy is based on increasing profitability, mergers & acquisitions, product innovation, exploiting new sales channels or entering new markets, KPMG can work with you to increase your business prospects
Questions arise as growth slows
While the furious growth which linked the BRIC nations and others has become less of a common currency, other factors still unite them.
Overseas research and development
The days when the West was the wellspring of innovation, and emerging economies merely provided the cheap labour, are long gone. For the selective investor in corporate R&D, opportunities abound despite recent overheating, particularly in China and India.
No pain, no gain
Russian’s chicken farmers and retailers aren’t delighted about joining the WTO. But this is more about trade lanes and infrastructure, says Ben Aris.
The discerning eye of Dubai
From petrochemical consulting to unofficial UAE authorities' arts advisor, Ramin Salsali is a key Middle Eastern art world figure.
New Art makes its mark
Emerging markets have arrived big time on the global art scene. Discover where the action is, and what's driving it, from Dubai to Shanghai.
Doing business during a revolution
Putting up with political turmoil has become a fact of life for many entrepreneurs looking for high-growth markets. An overview from North Africa.
High Growth Markets Magazine
KPMG’s award-winning “High Growth Markets” magazine highlights the opportunities for and challenges faced by international investors in growth markets and emerging economies.
The Future for MNCs in China
KPMG publication focusing on issues for multinationals investing in or looking to invest in China. Contains thoughts and interviews from CEOs active in the China space, and insight from KPMG experts on considerations for MNCs when operating in China.
The irresistible rise of frugal engineering
Point-of-view piece on the rise of frugal engineering and the threat it poses to the established Western manufacturing mindset as well as to existing Western products’ market share.