Malta and Cyprus lead the way for growth in tourist arrivals in the Eurozone

Tourism’s share of global economic output rose to more than 3% in 2016 Peripheral Eurozone economies such as Malta and Cyprus are particularly dependent on tourism Malta and Cyprus experienced double digit growth in tourist arrivals in June 2017 But… Read moreMalta and Cyprus lead the way for growth in tourist arrivals in the Eurozone

Workers facing up to completely retraining or reskilling to tackle technology’s impact on employment

Workers believe personal skills will remain in demand despite automation Almost three quarters (74%) of people surveyed by PwC are ready to learn a new skill or completely retrain to keep themselves employable, seeing it as their personal responsibility and… Read moreWorkers facing up to completely retraining or reskilling to tackle technology’s impact on employment

Deloitte Romania and The Faculty of Energetics team up to revamp the energy sector

Bucharest, 11 September 2017. Deloitte Romania and the Faculty of Energetics of the Politehnica University have signed today a partnership agreement that allows the Faculty to work with the company on its energy projects and offers students access to internships… Read moreDeloitte Romania and The Faculty of Energetics team up to revamp the energy sector

World Economic Forum and Deloitte – Beyond Fintech: A Pragmatic Assessment of Disruptive Potential in Financial Services

Bucharest, September 4, 2017. World Economic Forum and Deloitte Global’s latest report, Beyond Fintech: A pragmatic assessment of disruptive potential in financial services, studies the transformative role of fintech and other disruptive forces on the financial services industry as a… Read moreWorld Economic Forum and Deloitte – Beyond Fintech: A Pragmatic Assessment of Disruptive Potential in Financial Services