PwC NextGen Survey: Almost 90% of the next generation family business owners in Central and Eastern Europe believes in businesses digitization

The next generation family business owners in Central and Eastern Europewants to bring value to their companies by implementing a digitization strategy, according to PwC NextGen Survey 2019 undertaken in Romania, Russia, Poland, Bulgaria and Albania. So, almost 90% of… Read morePwC NextGen Survey: Almost 90% of the next generation family business owners in Central and Eastern Europe believes in businesses digitization

PayWell 2019: 25% of companies consider importing employees to cover their workforce shortage. On the long-term, other solutions are needed

A quarter of the companies that participated in the PayWell 2019 survey conducted by PwC Romania are considering workforce import to cover the shortage of employees, in particular in low skilled and seasonal workers. Companies that have expressed this intention… Read morePayWell 2019: 25% of companies consider importing employees to cover their workforce shortage. On the long-term, other solutions are needed

PwC Report: Over the next ten years, 600,000 jobs in Romania, affected by digital transformation

Over the next ten years, the digital transformation generated by new technologies will affect 600,000 jobs in Romania, according to the PwC’s Workforce Disruption Index, presented on July 2, 2019 at Workforce for the Future. Upskilling for Era 4.0 event,… Read morePwC Report: Over the next ten years, 600,000 jobs in Romania, affected by digital transformation

PwC report: Entrepreneurs in Romania are the most advanced in the use of digital technologies in Central and Eastern Europe

Romanian entrepreneurs are the more advanced in the use of digital tehnologies than their peers in the other 14 countries in Central and Eastern Europe, according to PwC Central and Eastern Europe Private Business Survey 2019. So, 64% already designed… Read morePwC report: Entrepreneurs in Romania are the most advanced in the use of digital technologies in Central and Eastern Europe

Strong values drive growth for family business amid disruption fears, finds PwC global survey

– PwC’s Family Business Survey 2018 reveals that the evolution of family business (69%) over the past financial year has been positive – First-generation family business clearly outperform their subsequent generation peers – 53% of businesses reporting double-digit growth have… Read moreStrong values drive growth for family business amid disruption fears, finds PwC global survey

PwC study identifies over 65 ways blockchain technology can fix global environmental challenges

● Blockchain applications could disrupt how the world manages environmental resources, helping to drive sustainable growth and value creation ● This opportunity remains largely untapped by developers, investors and governments as the majority of projects are currently focused on areas… Read morePwC study identifies over 65 ways blockchain technology can fix global environmental challenges

The average wages in private sector increased by 6.4% in 2018, according to PwC’s PayWell survey

The overall private labour market salaries in 2018 were slightly higher than the planned levels. Nationwide, salaries increased by 6.4% higher than the planned adjustment (5.7%), according to the 20th edition of PayWell Salary and Benefits Survey conducted by PwC… Read moreThe average wages in private sector increased by 6.4% in 2018, according to PwC’s PayWell survey

PwC study shows four out of five executives (84%) surveyed report blockchain initiatives underway

● China to overtake US as leading blockchain developer within three to five years. ● Trust and regulatory uncertainty identified as biggest barriers to business adoption 84% of executives surveyed by PwC report blockchain initiatives underway – 15% fully live…. Read morePwC study shows four out of five executives (84%) surveyed report blockchain initiatives underway