archive-com.com » COM » E » EY.COM

Total: 2294

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • 安永企業家獎 台灣 - EY - 台灣
    健康產業 政府與公營事業 生命科學 媒體娛樂業 採礦與金屬 石油和天然氣 電力與公用事業 私募股權基金 房地產 餐旅與營建業 科技業 電信業 專業服務 諮詢服務 關於諮詢服務 績效改善 風險 資訊科技 金融服務諮詢 審計服務 關於審計服務 會計準則遵循及報告 氣候變遷與企業永續發展管理服務 財務會計諮詢服務 財務報表審計 鑑識會計與數位鑑識服務 稅務服務 關於全球稅務服務 國家稅務諮詢 跨國稅務諮詢服務 國際貿易 全球稅務法規遵循及報告 跨國調派人員稅務服務 法律服務 稅務會計 私人客戶服務 稅務績效諮詢 稅務政策及爭議 交易租稅服務 移轉訂價與營運模式有效性 增值稅 消費稅及其他銷售稅 策略及新興市場 交易諮詢 關於交易諮詢服務 交易顧問諮詢 資產分割出售諮詢服務 營運交易諮詢 企業重整 交易支援服務 交易稅務服務 評價與企業模型 特殊服務 中國海外投資業務部 氣候變遷與企業永續發展管理服務 全球商務網絡 日本業務部 人才招募 在校生 安永與眾不同之處 您在安永的角色 您的未來發展 在安永的生活 加入安永 經驗豐富人員 諮詢服務 審計服務 稅務服務 財務交易 產業 支援服務 安永與眾不同之處 您的未來發展 在安永的生活 加入安永 前員工 首頁 關於安永 企業家精神 安永企業家獎 典範傳承 永續發展 安永企業家獎 2015台灣得主 榮耀揭曉 內容 首頁 關於安永企業家獎 安永企業家獎獲獎者 董事長的話 為何參加 獎項類別 評選程序 參選資格 重要日期 贊助及協辦單位 獨立評審團 照片集 分享 活動 特力集團董事長李麗秋勇奪2015 安永企業家獎 年度大獎 特力集團董事長 李麗秋獲選為2015 安永企業家獎 年度大獎得主 以及 經營典範企業家獎 得主 2015 安永企業家獎 頒獎典禮公布各獎項 2015 安永企業家獎 頒獎典禮中除頒發 前瞻策略企業家獎 經營典範企業家獎 卓越躍昇企業家獎 突破再造企業家獎 等類別獎項 更於今年新增設 新興創業家 獎項 2015安永企業家獎論壇邀集入圍企業家 論壇由安永企業家獎入圍者們以 擁抱世界新變革 台灣企業下一步 主題分享其創新思維 並交流企業經營經驗及市場趨勢脈動 2015安永企業家獎論壇 8位入圍企業家揭曉 2015 安永企業家獎 經過獨立評審團審慎評選後 共有8位企業家入圍最後決選 分別為 依公司名筆劃順序排列 大宇資訊董事長凃俊光 立錡科技董事長邰中和 特力集團董事長李麗秋 榮成紙業董事長鄭瑛彬 穩懋半導體董事長陳進財 安永 新興企業家獎 入圍者分別為 依公司名筆劃順序排列 艾弗式農業技術總經理楊建新 喜事國際時尚執行長馮亞敏 歐萊德國際董事長葛望平 2015 安永企業家獎 邁向國際 展望台灣企業新紀元 論壇 2015 安永企業家獎 甄選正式啟動 特別邀請 安永企業家獎 歷屆得主出席 由法藍瓷創辦人暨總裁 陳立恆 樂陞科技董事長 許金龍 達爾膚生醫董事長 吳奕叡 與 今周刊 發行人 謝金河 共同以 邁向國際 展望台灣企業新紀元 為題進行論壇 新聞 典範傳承 永續發展 特力集團董事長李麗秋勇奪2015 安永企業家獎 年度大獎 2015年11月20日 典範傳承 永續發展 2015 安永企業家獎 頒獎典禮 公布各獎項 特力集團董事長李麗秋 勇奪年度大獎得主 2015年11月20日 卓越創新 展望台灣新動能 2015安永企業家獎論壇 邀集入圍企業家 擁抱世界新變革 預見企業下一步 2015年10月14日 2015安永企業家獎論壇 8位入圍企業家揭曉

    Original URL path: http://www.ey.com/TW/zh_TW/About-us/Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • World Entrepreneur Of The Year - Women in Leadership - Women in the spotlight - EY - Global
    Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home About us Entrepreneurship Entrepreneur Of The Year Women in Leadership Summit EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year TM Women in Leadership Summit Women in the spotlight Inside Overview Keynote speakers Speakers and contributors Country winners Videos Sponsors Judges and judging process Past winners FAQs Country programs and contacts Share The class of 2015 had the largest representation of women yet competing for EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year Canada Linda Hasenfratz CEO Linamar Corporation A team of 19 000 entrepreneurs is the way Linda Hasenfratz describes Linamar Corporation which has quadrupled its revenue during her tenure as CEO With her incredible work ethic Linda believes in creating strong leaders and teams throughout the company s 48 plants around the world where individuals feel and behave as if they are running their own business Peru Rosario Bazán General Manager DanPer To truly understand persistence and dedication consider Rosario Bazán who along with her husband built DanPer on the ashes of their former business They were forced to sell during Peru s economic crisis in the late 1980s Today it is the country s third largest agro export company and employs more than 6 000 people in the agricultural sector having lifted many of them out of poverty Saudi Arabia Lateefa Alwaalan Founder Yatooq Perhaps being born to a family of entrepreneurs is what drove Lateefa Alwaalan to defy her country s restrictions on women She founded Yatooq which introduced its first line of ready made Arabic coffee blends in July 2011 and today exports its products to neighboring Gulf countries as well as the US United Kingdom Rosemary Squire Co founder and Joint Chief Executive Ambassador Theatre Group Reinventing the business of live theater is all in a day s work for Rosemary Squire who the BBC ranks as one of Britain s most powerful women With her pioneering business model combining production theater management and ticketing Rosemary presides over the world s No 1 theater company Colombia Gigliola Aycardi Co founder and Executive Vice President Bodytech With her passion for sports and her entrepreneurial drive Gigliola Aycardi was inspired to build a world class gym and that idea has evolved into the largest fitness chain in South America As she studied for her MBA Gigliola teamed with classmate Nicolás Loaiza to develop the Bodytech business model for their graduate thesis and they have never looked back Slovak Republic Eva Stejskalová Co founder MicroStep Soon after the Velvet Revolution which gave birth to the Czech Republic Eva Stejskalová saw the promise of a free market and founded Micro Step with Alexander Varga The company secured a successful niche in computer numerical control CNC cutting machines By 2014 MicroStep had become a truly global business with 97 of production exported to

    Original URL path: http://www.ey.com/GL/en/About-us/Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year/World-Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year---Women-in-Leadership---Women-in-the-spotlight (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • World Entrepreneur Of The Year Award - Women in Leadership - From Downing Street to mobile nano-MBA in emerging markets - EY - Global
    Industries The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home About us Entrepreneurship Entrepreneur Of The Year Women in Leadership Summit EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year TM Women in Leadership Summit From Downing Street to mobile nano MBAs in emerging markets Inside Overview Keynote speakers Speakers and contributors Country winners Videos Sponsors Judges and judging process Past winners FAQs Country programs and contacts Share Cherie Blair It is often said that we are shaped by our backgrounds I was an unlikely first lady said Cherie Blair CBE QC who grew up in Liverpool in a working class single parent family I was the boy in my all female family An early lesson for her was that to survive in this world you need financial independence Today Blair is a barrister judge and campaigner for equality and human rights In 2008 she founded the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women which runs programs in Africa south Asia and the Middle East to help women start and grow businesses She is married to Tony Blair the former UK Prime Minister Helping women in emerging markets often isolated in remote communities gain that financial independence is at the heart of her foundation Today it has reached 118 000 women in more than 80 countries We could only have achieved this reach with the help of technology Blair said Many large companies such as Bank of America offer mentors to women who are starting and growing businesses in Africa and Asia Her foundation s online mentoring program matches mentor to mentee for mutual development But not all women in remote communities have access to computers Blair realized that mobile phones what she calls the poor person s computer could help massively increase the reach of her work Her foundation s Business Women app developed in partnership with ExxonMobil and Nokia worked by sending free text messages that add up to what Blair calls a nano MBA to more than 100 000 women The app also had 20 000 male users Partnership is at the core of Blair s work supporting women entrepreneurs in emerging markets We like to partner with local organizations so we can learn from each other she said stressing that each community has different needs and different cultural dimensions Women s entrepreneurship is so vital because it lifts whole families and communities out of poverty Blair said The community has grown up around mentoring and now includes trading relationships between mentees and mentors she added And not all our mentors are from the US and Europe We have mentors in India Tanzania all round the world The next challenge Blair said is to tackle financial literacy among the 2 billion unbanked To do this we need a three way partnership between government the private sector and NGOs Finally to succeed as an entrepreneur Blair said Resilience is important my husband may call it pig headed but I call it resilient The lesson of resilience is

    Original URL path: http://www.ey.com/GL/en/About-us/Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year/World-Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year---Women-in-Leadership---From-Downing-Street-to-mobile-nano-MBAs-in-emerging-markets (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • World Entrepreneur Of The Year Award - Women in Leadership - Never go down the same street twice - EY - Global
    Law Tax Accounting Tax Performance Advisory Tax Policy and Controversy Transaction Tax VAT GST and Other Sales Taxes Transfer Pricing and Operating Model Effectiveness Strategic Growth Markets How we help Entrepreneurship EY SGM Initial public offering Venture capital Family business services Transactions About Transaction Advisory Services Corporate Development Divestiture Advisory Services Lead Advisory Operational Transaction Services Restructuring Strategy Services Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services Climate Change and Sustainability Services CertifyPoint China Overseas Investment Network Family Business Services French Business Network Global Business Network Japan Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home About us Entrepreneurship Entrepreneur Of The Year Women in Leadership Summit EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year TM Women in Leadership Summit Never go down the same street twice Inside Overview Keynote speakers Speakers and contributors Country winners Videos Sponsors Judges and judging process Past winners FAQs Country programs and contacts Share Are entrepreneurs made and not born Martha Stewart founder of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia MSLO believes she felt the spark as a child I was always inquisitive curious I love learning new things As one of the world s most recognized entrepreneurs Stewart said she has always had faith in her abilities mainly from a father who told her she was smart talented and could do anything if she worked hard It doesn t matter if it s true but it s what every parent should tell their children if they want them to think they can someday run their own company Personal passions have always been part of Stewart s strategic plan She founded an empire based on things she loves food flowers holidays entertaining I was thinking success I wasn t necessarily thinking big she told the Women in Leadership Summit about when she took a prototype of her magazine on living to Time Inc The rest is history What s next for MSLO China beckons After a recent visit where she met with Jack Ma founder of internet juggernaut Alibaba Stewart said that China is where the US was 25 years ago with an exploding middle class We do most of our manufacturing in China now How great would it be if we could sell it in China too And since her 4 year old granddaughter speaks Mandarin there may be a potential CEO in the house Connect with us Stay connected with us through social media email alerts or webcasts Or download our EY Insights app for mobile devices Highlights from 2015 The brilliance of Monaco top CEOs and innovators from around the world and world class entertainment Read all about this year s World Entrepreneur Of The Year forum Download the highlights brochure Celebrating the best of the best Read about our country winners from 2015 and alumni from previous years here or view

    Original URL path: http://www.ey.com/GL/en/About-us/Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year/World-Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year---Women-in-Leadership---Never-go-down-the-same-street-twice (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • World Entrepreneur Of The Year Award - Women in the boardroom: by rule or random - EY - Global
    EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home About us Entrepreneurship Entrepreneur Of The Year Women in Leadership Summit EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year TM Women in Leadership Summit Business has a responsibility to close the gender gap not reinforce it Inside Overview Keynote speakers Speakers and contributors Country winners Videos Sponsors Judges and judging process Past winners FAQs Country programs and contacts Share Women in the board room by rule or random Many countries in the EU are passing legislation aimed at putting more women on corporate boards At least five countries have laws requiring a certain number of women members on boards Norway led the way with a 40 quota in 2003 France the Netherlands and Spain followed suit Germany passed a law in March 2015 requiring that some of Europe s biggest companies give 30 of their board seats to women beginning in 2016 And Switzerland has a new draft proposal that would require 30 of senior corporate managers to be women Hiroko Kawamoto opened the session by saying Japan is on a path to have 30 more women in leading corporate positions by 2020 Companies are being asked to set their own targets and create their own action plans in 2016 to measure women s progress in the workplace With such efforts in place to improve gender balance what are the ramifications for the corporate world A few panelists suggested there are better tools than the blunt instrument of quotas Rebecca MacDonald advocated growing and mentoring women into executive positions as none of us wants to be there because of our gender We want to be there because of our skills and contributions Action Question when people ask is she ready to sit on a board Challenge the assumption force the conversation There was a buzz in the room around the notion that men fake it until they make it Why not women too Doris Albisser admitted she was once against quotas but now believes it is the only way to achieve gender workplace parity We won t get anywhere unless we ask for temporary quotas to hire and move more women into middle and senior management And then rank all companies as to how they are complying Action Raise your hand Have a list of companies whose boards you want to sit on And ask Men aren t asked either Both sexes have to do the asking Gloria Serobe said I come from a country that needs quotas for everything We don t have time to grow women in the boardroom This is a war zone and we need weapons like quotas Action And then when you make it you have a mandate to advance others We need a pipeline of women coming up in the ranks Moderated by Nina dos Santos Anchor and Correspondent CNN Hiroko Kawamoto Executive Vice President and Board Member All Nippon Airways opening remarks Rebecca MacDonald Founder and Executive Chairwoman of the Board

    Original URL path: http://www.ey.com/GL/en/About-us/Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year/World-Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year---Women-in-Leadership---Women-in-the-boardroom--by-rule-or-random (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • World Entrepreneur Of The Year Award - Women in Leadership - Secrets of successful leadership: learn from the best - EY - Global
    China Overseas Investment Network Family Business Services French Business Network Global Business Network Japan Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home About us Entrepreneurship Entrepreneur Of The Year Women in Leadership Summit EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year TM Women in Leadership Summit Secrets of successful leadership learn from the best Inside Overview Keynote speakers Speakers and contributors Country winners Videos Sponsors Judges and judging process Past winners FAQs Country programs and contacts Share The buzz of the 100 delegates at the Women in Leadership Summit rose audibly as each table was invited to share three top tips capturing the wisdom and insights of the day Find your unique talent Take action be bold Speak up for yourself Find the right mentor including men Plan your career be strategic Keep building your skill set always be improving Make sure you re passionate about who you are not what you have Hire people who compensate for your weaknesses and are smarter than you Think globally develop cultural literacy Work harder and smarter than anyone else You can t always fake it til you make it be great at what you do Know what the game is and win it When success threatens your family it s time to quit Start networking early Create a life outside work and nurture it Make sure you rest eat well and get to the gym Be authentic people only want to be led by authentic leaders Be curious always ask questions Be resilient don t let setbacks derail you If you re successful reward yourself abundantly Connect with us Stay connected

    Original URL path: http://www.ey.com/GL/en/About-us/Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year/World-Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year---Women-in-Leadership---Secrets-of-successful-leadership--learn-from-the-best (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • World Entrepreneur Of The Year - IPO and Strategic Transactions Summit - News from the Street - EY - Global
    Divestiture Advisory Services Lead Advisory Operational Transaction Services Restructuring Strategy Services Transaction Support Transaction Tax Valuation Business Modelling Specialty Services Climate Change and Sustainability Services CertifyPoint China Overseas Investment Network Family Business Services French Business Network Global Business Network Japan Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home About us Entrepreneurship Entrepreneur Of The Year IPO and Strategic Transactions Summit News from the Street EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year TM IPO and Strategic Transactions Summit News from the Street A wealth of options for capital raisers Inside Overview Keynote speakers Speakers and contributors Country winners Videos Sponsors Judges and judging process Past winners FAQs Country programs and contacts Share There couldn t be a better time for companies in search of capital there are plenty of investors and plenty of investment channels That was the consensus of the panel during the News from the Street webcast The IPO markets are picking up steam after a slow start to the year and the second half of the year is looking strong And the M A market is probably in the most interesting phase in six to seven years said Simon Pearson of EY Corporate balance sheets are strong funding is cheap and for the first time in a while it s safe to say that large corporations are looking for the transformative deal There s plenty of dry powder too Add a third element the growing involvement of private investment and there s no shortage of options for high growth companies looking to scale In such an environment a dual track approach makes sense And most companies end up taking such an approach word that your company is considering an IPO can be and frequently is considered an invitation to make a bid It also opens the door to infusions of private capital that can give the company the time it needs to mature In any case the door to deals is wide open As Tom Johnson of Barclays put it the capital raising menu is very long and looking very tasty Take action Consider a dual track approach it can offer much more certainty around valuation There is no substitute for preparation regardless of your preferred approach When you re thinking about the right capital option remember to look past day one and think about the longer term Panelists Ashley Armstrong moderator M A Reporter The Telegraph Jackie Kelley EY Global and Americas IPO Markets Leader Dr Alexander Sasha Galitsky Managing Partner Almaz Capital Partners Tom Johnson Co Head of Equity Capital Markets EMEA Barclays Simon Pearson EY UK Technology Media and Telecommunications Corporate Finance Partner Connect with us Stay connected with us through social media email alerts or webcasts Or download our EY Insights app for mobile devices Highlights from 2015 The brilliance of Monaco

    Original URL path: http://www.ey.com/GL/en/About-us/Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year/World-Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year---IPO-and-Strategic-Transactions-Summit---News-from-the-Street (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive

  • World Entrepreneur Of The Year - IPO and Strategic Transactions Summit - Strategic options for growth and capital - EY - Global
    Network Japan Business Services Careers Students The EY difference Your role here Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Experienced Advisory Assurance Tax Transactions Industries The EY difference Your development Life at EY Joining EY Global Delivery Network Alumni Home About us Entrepreneurship Entrepreneur Of The Year IPO and Strategic Transactions Summit Strategic options for growth and capital EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year TM IPO and Strategic Transactions Summit Strategic options for growth and capital Let innovation not money be your guide Inside Overview Keynote speakers Speakers and contributors Country winners Videos Sponsors Judges and judging process Past winners FAQs Country programs and contacts Share When companies are on a strong growth trajectory it s not long before they find themselves on a quest for financing But CEOs should be sure they re raising funds for the right reason agreed panelists at an IPO and Strategic Transactions session moderated by EY s Demet Ozdemir The IPO is not the only gold medal said Jeff Liu of EY s Transaction Advisory Services group Companies need to separate their financing needs from their strategic goals Raising money is a vampire on your time added Steve Baxter of Transition Level Investments You need a plan It s horrible and it s hard Instead of focusing solely on IPOs start ups should consider strategic partnering Established companies are looking for intellectual property and seeking large market opportunities making M A the predominant strategic transaction today Buyers feel the need to buy and buy faster Liu said pointing to a desire for innovation that can t be developed both quickly and internally Partnering with a large corporate can help a company grow added Phil McCormack of Fujitsu This drive for innovation is behind other financing trends such as corporate venture capital Even companies outside the tech sector are using VCs to invest in ideas that may touch on their future goals As start ups get closer to a deal their needs become more practical Hot headed entrepreneurs don t care about governance and they should Baxter said But governance is more than rules and procedures the right people are just as important Companies need to consider whether they have the right board to take them from private to public And they need to understand that valuation is about more than money Investors need to see a very clear path to profitability Liu said Ten years is much too long McCormack added People will pay for blue sky if the time frame is right Take action Figure out what makes your company valuable beyond the financial Consider strategic partners Established companies are looking for your innovative IP Make sure your board members are the right people to move your company from private to public Panelists Demet Ozdemir moderator EY EMEIA Strategic Growth Markets Leader Steve Baxter Entrepreneur and investor Transition Level Investments Jeff Liu EY Global Technology Leader Transaction Advisory Services Phil McCormack Head of Mergers and Acquisitions Global Business Management and

    Original URL path: http://www.ey.com/GL/en/About-us/Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year/World-Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year---IPO-and-Strategic-Transactions-Summit---Strategic-options-for-growth-and-capital (2016-02-10)
    Open archived version from archive



  •