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  • Women at PwC: Recruitment, Resources, Diversity and Support: PwC
    of conduct Corporate responsibility Network governance Our contribution to the debate Genesis Park Diversity and inclusion Analyst relations Alumni Member firms worldwide Live events and discussions Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Dennis Nally Chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers International says Diversity is a key issue for us which is why we were keen to focus on female millennials We recruit a rich diversity of talent every year from schools across the world including thousands of very talented millennial women We want to think about the environment that will help those women succeed now so that they re primed for leadership in the future At PwC we are marking International Women s Day this year with the theme The female millennial A new era of talent To foster a broader conversation on gender diversity we are launching a number of resources for everyone regardless of gender or culture Be part of it read watch or listen The Gender Agenda Blog Visit our global Gender Agenda blog to keep up to date with our latest perspectives on corporate gender diversity The Female Millennial A new era of talent Find out how to attract engage retain and develop the femalemillennial Supporting Diversity and inclusion

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  • Analyst relations: Analyst views: PwC
    and Procurement Consulting Next Generation Sourcing Strategy PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in ALM Intelligence s evaluation of Sourcing and Procurement Consulting Next Generation Sourcing Strategy Read the PwC press release Consulting to Public and Private Healthcare 2015 Cybersecurity PwC has been rated as a advancing Vanguard leader in ALM Intelligence s evaluation of Consulting to Public and Private Healthcare 2015 Cybersecurity Read the PwC press release Internet of Things IT Consulting PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of Internet of Things IT Consulting Read the PwC press release Sourcing Procurement Consulting PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of Sourcing Procurement Consulting Procurement Operations Read the PwC press release Cybersecurity Consulting PwC has been rated as a Vangaurd leader in Kennedy s evaluation of Cybersecurity Consulting Read the PwC press release Consulting to Healthcare HC Payers Providers Digital Information for Alternative Care Models ACM PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of Consulting to Healthcare HC Payers and Providers Digital Information for Care Models ACM Read the PwC press release Consulting to Healthcare HC Payers and Providers Alternative Care Models ACM PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of Consulting to Healthcare HC Payers and Providers Alternative Care Models ACM Read the PwC press release Corporate Development Consulting Mergers Acquisitions and Divestitures PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of major consulting vendors in Corporate Development Consulting Mergers Acquisitions and Divestitures Read the PwC press release Corporate Development Consulting Joint Ventures Alliances PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of major consulting vendors in Corporate Development Consulting Joint Ventures Alliances Read the PwC press release Asset intensive Operational Excellence Consulting PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of major consulting vendors in Asset Intensive Operational Consulting Worldwide Read the PwC press release Life Sciences Supply Chain Operations and Talent PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of major consulting vendors in Life Sciences Supply Chain Operations and Talent Read the PwC press release IT Consulting to the R D Function PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of major consulting vendors in IT Consulting to the R D Function Read the PwC press release Life Sciences Supply Chain Technology Enabled and Digital Initiatives PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of major consulting vendors in Life Sciences Supply Chain Technology Enabled and Digital Initiatives Read the PwC press release Talent Management PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of major consulting vendors in Talent Management Consulting Worldwide Read the PwC press release Supply Chain Europe PwC has been rated as a Vanguard leader in Kennedy s evaluation of major consulting vendors in Supply Chain Europe Read the PwC press release

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  • Code of conduct of PricewaterhouseCoopers: PwC
    world s pre eminent professional services organisations 1 As professional advisers we help our clients solve complex business problems and aim to enhance their ability to build value manage risk and improve performance As business advisors we play a significant role in the operation of the world s capital markets We take pride in the fact that our services add value by helping to improve transparency trust and consistency of business processes In order to succeed we must grow and develop both as individuals and as a business Our core values of excellence teamwork and leadership help us to achieve this growth We conduct our business within the framework of applicable professional standards laws and regulations together with PwC policies and standards However we also acknowledge that these standards laws regulations and policies do not govern all types of behaviour As a result we also have a Code of conduct for all PwC people and firms This Code is based on our values and it takes them to the next level demonstrating our values in action and contributing to the PwC Experience The Code also provides a frame of reference for PwC firms to establish more specific supplements to address territorial issues Each of us at PwC has an obligation to know and understand not only the guidelines contained in the Code but also the values on which they are based Knowing and understanding are not enough We also have an obligation to comply with the letter and spirit of this Code and to help others do the same As individuals we are encouraged to raise any issues and concerns through appropriate channels While the Code provides a broad range of guidance about the standards of integrity and business conduct no code can address every situation that individuals are likely

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  • World Economic Forum - PwC at Davos: PwC
    the WEF on the major challenge around changing consumer attitudes towards sustainable business practices As industry advisor to the WEF we second our experts to help drive WEF industry initiatives More often than not these result in the publication of a report outlining recommendations for business government and civil society Our Chairman Dennis Nally is also active on the board of the Partnering against corruption initiative PACI and is a member of the WEF s International Business Council which acts both as a community addressing globally relevant business issues and as an advisory body providing intellectual stewardship to the WEF As a strategic partner we participate in the WEF s programme of regional and annual events We also help to shape the debate by providing PwC Insights that set the scene for event sessions PwC at Davos The WEF brings together prominent individuals from business government and academia to discuss pressing global issues and identify solutions to these challenges at their Annual Meeting The theme of the 2015 meeting was The New Global Context Each year we launch our Annual Global CEO Survey with the media and in discussion sessions with the CEOs attending the meeting Our 18th CEO Survey launched on 20 January 2015 You can watch a replay of the launch webcast here PwC at Summer Davos The WEF s Annual Meeting of the New Champions known as Summer Davos is one of the most important global business gatherings in Asia At last summer s meeting our Global Data and Analytics practice launched Big Decisions Global Data Analytics Survey 2014 a global report drawing on the perspectives of business leaders and academia As knowledge partner we provide PwC Insights for each of the WEF s programme pillars Our involvement in WEF s other communities As well as secondees

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  • About us: Our leaders at Davos: PwC
    Park Diversity and inclusion Analyst relations Alumni Member firms worldwide Live events and discussions Strategy Research insights View featured Browse by issue Browse by industry Browse by service Monthly highlights Spotlight The CEO agenda CEO insights blog Careers About PwC Technology careers Employer of choice Our history PwC Professional Employability Aspire to lead PwC s series on leadership and gender equality Country job search Explore careers with Strategy Press room Facts and figures Press contacts Analyst relations Global International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Our leaders at Davos Every year leaders from business government academia and the media get together at the World Economic Forum s Annual Meeting in Davos to talk about pressing global issues As a strategic partner PwC takes part in many of the Forum s formal meeting sessions We also launch our Annual Global CEO Survey at a press briefing on the eve of the meeting and in discussion sessions with CEOs attending Davos We spoke with a number of our leaders in the run up to the 2016 Annual Meeting Find out what they had to say about the theme of the meeting their past experiences at Davos and their expectations for this year s meeting Read short interviews with our leaders as they prepared for the 2016 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Dennis Nally Chairman PwC International Limited Norbert Winkeljohann Senior Partner PwC Germany Raymund Chao Senior Partner PwC China Ian Powell Senior Partner PwC UK Bob Moritz Senior Partner PwC US About us Global Annual Review Our leadership team Code of conduct Corporate responsibility Network governance Our

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  • About us: Our leaders at Davos – Dennis Nally: PwC
    with how to operate since the Third Industrial Revolution popularly known as the Digital Revolution how challenging do you think it will be for businesses to reinvent themselves yet again to master the Fourth Industrial Revolution The late 1800s saw the dawn of our first industrial revolution when the first machines started to produce textiles which were previously produced by hundreds of labourers by hand One century later we welcomed the age of mass production with the introduction of the moving assembly line About 50 years ago the third or digital revolution changed things yet again as we moved from analog to digital Since then emails have replaced hardcopy letters telegrams and faxes and more importantly have changed the way we live and do business With the advent of the fourth industrial revolution businesses are faced with yet another revolution We are seeing entire ecosystems and marketplaces changing and emerging organically enabled by digital platforms and technology Take for instance the sharing economy which presents both opportunities and challenges for businesses We are seeing established players struggle to maintain their traditional foothold and new and agile players spring up at breakneck speed Things are changing at an unprecedented pace and new risks present additional challenges that both established and new businesses have to navigate through in their search for growth Couple this with the interaction of megatrends between demographic and social change shift in economic power from West to East rapid urbanisation climate change and resource scarcity and technological breakthroughs and the result is a macro environment we ve never seen before Why is PwC involved with the WEF as a strategic partner PwC s purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems which fits in well with the mission of the WEF to improve the state

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  • Our leaders at Davos – Norbert Winkeljohann, Senior Partner, PwC Germany: PwC
    leaders at Davos Norbert Winkeljohann Our leaders at Davos Norbert Winkeljohann Senior Partner PwC Germany The theme of the Davos meeting is Mastering the Fourth Industrial Revolution In your view how is this shaping the future of business The fourth industrial revolution is distinct in its transformation of entire systems of production distribution and consumption creating completely new ways of doing business and new business models and ecosystems Business leaders are finding that this type of disruption is the new normal A great example of this is the sharing economy which has not only completely revolutionised the way business is done but also how businesses interact with customers The sharing economy is the result of the collision between technological breakthroughs and resource scarcity as well as rapid urbanisation and demographic shifts These colliding megatrends are shaping new business models that focus on access to products and services over outright ownership The rise of peer to peer stems directly from the needs and desires of customers and the sharing economy addresses these needs directly by bypassing ownership which is a significant advantage in terms of cost savings for both businesses and consumers In my view all CEOs and business decision makers need to think carefully about the disruptive challenges and opportunities that the sharing economy poses for their business models There are few if any sectors that will remain untouched Watch Norbert Winkeljohann s Sharing economy video In your view what are the benefits of a meeting like Davos The annual WEF meeting at Davos has come to represent the spirit of globalisation and inclusiveness as political and business gather to consider the major global issues of the day and to brainstorm on solutions to address these shared challenges In today s fast paced challenging and volatile environment where we are

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  • Our leaders at Davos – Raymund Chao
    do you think can be done to improve food trust and transparency Certainly advances in technology and communication channels can help the food industry to be more transparent about their sourcing and distribution processes and this in turn would help to build up consumers confidence in the industry The reason why organic food is gaining in popularity is because of the confidence and trust it inspires in people the word organic is associated with freshness natural sources and the lack of artificial modification processes The food industry must leverage technology and harness data in order to increase transparency and demonstrate accountability for the control and oversight of the entire food supply chain which will in turn bridge the trust gap that currently exists between themselves and consumers Watch Raymund Chao s Food trust and transparency video The World Economic Forum organises an annual meeting in China every year What were the highlights of this year s Summer Davos in Dalian The ninth Summer Davos an annual global meeting on innovation entrepreneurship science and technology set a new creative milestone in Dalian this year Nearly 1 700 leaders and entrepreneurs from 86 countries engaged in more than 150 sessions designed under the theme of Charting a New Course for Growth At the opening plenary Premier Li Keqiang reiterated his confidence in the creativity and entrepreneurial passion of the public as future drivers of growth and development a theme that echoed throughout the meeting as Global Growth Companies Young Global Leaders Young Scientists Technology Pioneers Social Entrepreneurs and Global Shapers were honoured These new champions also shared their innovative ideas and new advances on immersive and interactive technology such as robotics and presented a glimpse of the near future Stepping back and looking at things from a wider perspective how do you

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