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For many businesses the recent economic uncertainty has created a perfect storm of decreased demand, increased input costs and competitive pricing pressure. Generating profits in a low growth economy is a challenge, but not impossible if you have the right framework for cost management, pricing, sales strategy and efficiency.View a recording of the WebEx.
The world is changing faster than ever and businesses need to keep pace with managing the risks associated with change. Piers Copham from KPMG's Risk in the Boardroom team takes a holistic view of effective risk strategies for the boardroom, talking through case study examples of how business strategy can impair growth and performance if risk management is not robust. Stephen Bonner from KPMG's Information Protection & Business Resilience team explained why Cyber Security is rising to number one on the risk agenda for many organisations – are you aware of the risks and taking steps to protect your business?View a recording of the WebEx.
The latest developments and new business opportunities in the established markets of China, India and Brazil. This is relevant to businesses already operating in these markets as well as those exploring their potential. The speakers are KPMG country experts including Sanjay Thakkar and Amit Tulsian from KPMG in India, Aman Wang from KPMG in China and Eduardo Navarro from KPMG in Brazil.View a recording of the WebEx
The latest developments, opportunities and challenges in the high growth emerging markets of Africa and South East Asia. The WebEx will be introduced by Richard Reid who heads KPMGs International Markets practice and the speakers are Anthony Thunstrom from KPMG in Johannesburg and Charlie Humphreys from Asia House, the UK's leading pan-Asian organisation which provides insights into Asian business, policy, culture and education.View a recording of the WebEx
As the business environment grows more volatile and unpredictable, understanding the trends that will drive change is becoming critical to business success. In this short presentation we explore the ‘megatrends’ as KPMG sees them, the potential impacts for your business and how you might capitalise on change to drive growth. Eleanor Winton, from KPMG’s Foresight & Innovation Team, works with client boards and with the firm’s own Partners and staff, to bring a forward looking perspective and approach to the business issues they face.Please click here to view Eleanor’s presentation.
Has the UK economy turned the corner or are we still seeking those green shoots? The crisis in Europe continues to impact trade and confidence. On the international front, high growth economies offer new opportunities for export markets and joint ventures, as well as competitive threats. KPMG’s Chief Economist Andrew Smith provides an update on UK and international economics to help you consider the opportunities and threats for your business growth strategy.Please click here to view Andrew’s presentation.
One aspect of looking at markets is assessing the capability you have to enter that market and the extent to which the competition has already got there.
People issues are at the very top of the strategic agenda. How do you keep a workforce of thousands committed, productive and engaged in today's turbulent times?
Companies with global ambitions cannot afford to ignore the opportunities for profitable growth offered by mergers, acquisitions and disposals.
International Stragtegy and internationalisation means different things to different businesses - from exporting goods, to manufacturing goods for import; from supply chain management, to supplying booming consumer markets in High Growth Markets.
Customer demands and market characterisitics are constantly changing - innovation is essential to keep one step ahead of the competition. Intellectual property is what makes a company and its products stamd out in the market.
To us, handling strategic risk is not about compliance and box-ticking. It is a critical investment that can underpin an organisation's long-term growth, value and sustainability.
We live in a cost conscious culture and increasingly cost savings are being used to fund growth. Could you find savings of 15% or more?
Cyber security is now on almost all board agendas and frequently at the top. Data security breaches appear to be headline news on a weekly basis. The consequences can be disastrous as organisations' bottom line and reputation are impacted.
Are you looking to take advantage of opportunities in High Growth markets? To succeed in highly dynamic, fluid environments businesses need to be willing to adapt quickly to emerging risks and opportunities. It's now more important than ever to understand the wide range of laws, regulations, and cultural business norms.
Supply chain excellence can have significant impact on an organisation's financial performance. The inability to move the right items to the right place at the right time can cripple organisations, damage relationships and erode margins.
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