PwC: PwC: on the road to sustainable procurement


With a commitment to do what is right for clients, people, communities and the environment, corporate social responsibility is at the heart of the business, and in particular it is important to the people who make decisions about what to purchase and who to purchase from – the procurement more

PwC: AI Could Boost UK GDP by 10% by 2030


Research shows that AI demand could boost the UK GDP by up to 10% by 2030, with job gains in retail, healthcare and finance sectors.The evolution of artificial intelligence is likely to make the UK GDP almost 10% higher by 2030, which adds an extra £232bn to the current more

PwC: Hogan Lovells launches financial regulatory consultancy with PwC director appointment


Hogan Lovells is set to offer advice through a new financial services regulatory consulting practice, hiring former PwC regulatory consulting practice director Steve Murphy to lead the business. Aimed at dealing with regulatory finance issues arising in relation to Brexit, the practice, launched today (4 July), will provide financial services companies with comprehensive legal, regulatory strategy and compliance more

PwC: PwC reports 13.7% gender pay gap


PwC has reported a 13.7% mean gender pay gap in information released under the government’s new regulations, which require companies with more than 250 employees to publish their gender pay dataread more

PwC: Technological Breakthroughs


Digital change is constant, ubiquitous and fast. Little wonder that 51% of CEOs are now making significant changes in how they use technology to assess and deliver on wider stakeholder expectations[1]. There have been periods of intensive change in history before, of course. But unlike other periods of significant upheaval – the agricultural or industrial revolutions, for example – the digital revolution has no boundaries or borders. read more

A small step for PwC, a double-jump for consulting?


Consultants often talk about pain points, but it’s hard to find one that’s either more painful or more pointed than Diabetesville, the name given by the media to Cameron County, Texas, where almost a third of the population has Type II diabetes, writes Fiona Czerniawska of Source Global Research. read more

PwC: Work longer and study more to fight the robot revolution, says PwC


The Government must do more to keep older workers in jobs if Britain is to combat the twin challenges of an ageing population and increased automation, according to a new report. PwC analysis showed the UK lagged behind countries such as Mexico and Chile in terms of keeping older workers in employment, closing the gender pay gap and helping workers to seize new opportunities through more

WeAreTheCity Reveal Top 100 Female Rising Stars Across 20 Industries


Today WeAreTheCity released the names of its top 100 female Rising Stars as part of its Annual Awards Programme, to celebrate the female talent pipeline across the UK. The prestigious Rising Star awards, now in its third year, aim to showcase the sheer volume of female talent that exists across our industries and to create role models for the future.

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PwC: PwC launches technology degree in attempt to future-proof the UK workforce


PwC today launched a technology degree apprenticeship to give young people from a broader range of backgrounds the chance to secure a career in technology. Some 80 students will start the 2018/19 academic year by combining university life with practical work-based technology projects at PwC. The four-year course will be taught out of the University of Birmingham and the University of more