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In this edition of Latest insights from KPMG Private Enterprise, we are pleased to share our recent content from our COVID-19 blog series, Business Matters and our latest webinars.
In this edition of Latest insights from KPMG Private Enterprise, we are pleased to share our recent content from our COVID-19 blog series, Global Energy Institue energy webinar and more.
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in both business leaders and owners having to mobilise quickly, making short term decisions with long-term implications. Currently, many business owners are focusing on resilience measures, ensuring risks are anticipated and managed for both employees and clients in terms of production in the future. We have recently issued this overview that may be helpful: Understanding the implications of COVID-19 for private companies
Additionally, we have listed information below that may help guide you in reducing the impact on your business during these uncertain and troubling times.
We are pleased to share the latest insights from KPMG Enterprise for October.
Inside you will find the 2019 Global CEO Survey which highlights what is top of mind for leaders around the world and the key focus points for their organisations. The other topics we cover are the latest developments in the transportation sector, life sciences and geopolitics to name a few.
Welcome to the summer edition of Latest insights from KPMG Enterprise. Inside you will find our latest thought leadership which includes change readiness, global construction, and the findings from the 21st Annual Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO survey.
In this edition of Latest insights from KPMG Enterprise, we are pleased to share our recent reports on Caribbean hospitality financing, anti-bribery and corruption, financial disclosures, and insights for the future of ethics and compliance, and more.
Consumers have become more educated about the value of data and the cyber risks associated with it. As their awareness increases so does their expectations of trust and digital security. This has resulted in a ‘trust gap’ between consumers and enterprises. For forward-thinking organisations, this presents an opportunity to redesign their relationship with their consumers by putting trust at the heart of it.
2019 is poised to be a transformational year for retail. Technology continues to change the rules of engagement, consumers are more demanding than ever, and getting them to notice your brand amid all the noise in the market is an even greater challenge.
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