Informed perspective on issues faced by the global business community.
Universities are currently facing a multitude of internal hurdles including uncertainty over their future funding model. This conferences addresses concerns and challenges facing higher education in South Africa.
Increased competitive pressures, emergence of fast evolving digital technologies and global economic uncertainty are key factors in the current risks landscape.
KPMG’s annual Technology Innovation publication, “The changing landscape of disruptive technologies,” provides an outlook of emerging technology trends on a global scale.
Capital management in the global telecommunications sector
More and more mining transactions are likely to be driven by a need to innovate.
How can mining supply chain professionals devote more time to strategic planning and supplier relationships?
This publication focuses on the top 10 considerations that private equity firms should consider as they evaluate their strategies and make investments, as well as ways Internal Audit can help.
The South African energy industry is being transformed by the Department of Energy’s (DoE) Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Procurement Programme (REIPPPP).
Crude oil prices in July and early August continued in a downward trajectory – with both the Brent and WTI benchmarks falling below a key psychological support level at 50 US dollars (US$) per barrel (b).
Latest results from the 2015 “Top of Mind” survey by KPMG International and The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) published in advance of the CGF’s 59th Annual Summit held in New York.
In this edition, we bring you a focus on the US chemical industry, including what the recent fall in the oil price means for the shale boom, as well as how activist investor pressure is affecting business strategy in many companies across the industry.
Over 500 industry business leaders share global viewpoints as part of the incisive new KPMG 2015 Global Consumer Top of Mind survey
The latest 2015 KPMG and SAVCA Private Equity Survey covers the 2014 calendar year, reflects an expanded industry with R171.1 billion in funds under management as at 31 December, a slight increase from the start of that year.
Key findings from KPMG Global Manufacturing Outlook 2015 which surveys manufacturers across the world on challenges, key issues and future strategy in supply chain, cost and performance management and innovation and R&D.
The global nutraceuticals market is predicted to be worth $250 billion by 2018 as a result of increased uptake by health savvy consumers.