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  • Key findings: 18th Annual Global CEO Survey: PwC
    concerns across a range of business risks and recognition from many that their industries face upheaval Read more Competition As CEOs navigate their way through new competitive landscapes they ll require a simple but committed concentration on doing what they do best Drawing on their differentiating capabilities they ll then need to create new value in new ways through digital transformation developing diverse and dynamic partnerships and finding different ways of thinking and working Read more Technology CEOs are in no doubt about the role information can play in gaining insight about customers and how to engage with them The sheer ubiquity of mobile devices today has revolutionised customers ability to obtain information which has in turn transformed how they perceive value and the type of relationships they want to have with companies Read more Partnering Who CEOs are partnering with might surprise you While many still work mainly with traditional stakeholders more than half of CEOs are also partnering or have considered partnering with business networks firms from other industries academia and even competitors Then there are the new customer relationships Read more Diversity Talent diversity and inclusiveness are no longer seen as soft issues but rather as crucial competitive capabilities Of the CEOs whose companies have a formal diversity and inclusiveness strategy 85 think it s improved the bottom line And they also see such strategies as benefiting innovation collaboration customer satisfaction emerging customer needs and the ability to benefit technology Read more More insights from the CEO Survey Taxing times for global business Despite evidence that governments around the world are reducing tax costs and compliance burdens these efforts aren t being felt by CEOs What s behind the mismatch CEO capabilities What s needed to be tomorrow s CEO What did CEOs in our 18th Annual

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  • CEO interviews: 18th Annual Global CEO Survey: PwC
    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 CEO interviews What do world business leaders think about today s issues CEO interviews What do business leaders think about today s issues We conducted in depth interviews with 33 CEOs View the CEOs from your location and industry or browse from the full list of CEOs below to see what they had to say on key events trends and issues shaping business decision making today All CEOs By industry By territory Watch more CEO videos from the extended US interview programme The

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  • Industry focus: 18th Annual Global CEO Survey: PwC
    technologies developing diverse and dynamic partnerships and finding new ways of thinking and working Banking capital markets Banking capital markets CEOs current thinking about critical industry issues include digital transformation innovative partnerships diversity and regulatory compliance Capital projects infrastructure Infrastructure CEOs are seeing growth opportunities in the global need for adequate infrastructure They plan to expand capabilities invest in technology and build partnerships Chemicals Chemicals CEOs are wary but optimistic To grow they are partnering in new ways seeking value from digital technologies and using diverse talent strategies Communications Communications CEOs are thinking in exciting new ways about where they can offer value They re looking to hire cut costs and are optimistic about 2015 Engineering construction Engineering construction CEOs are building on their strengths to enter new sectors They re also using digital technology and new alliances to deliver value Entertainment media Entertainment media CEOs are increasingly concerned about digital disruption but are actively pursuing new talent technologies and partnerships as a result Forest paper packaging Forest paper packaging CEOs say they re operating in a more extreme environment To cope they are fusing new and old ways of competing and restructuring Government public services Concerned about over regulation and fiscal deficits CEOs see tax reform a skilled workforce and adequate physical infrastructure as government priorities Healthcare Healthcare CEOs are coping with colliding megatrends and disruptive forces To compete they are using digital and focusing on creating value in new ways Industrial manufacturing Manufacturing CEOs are slightly more pessimistic about the economic outlook than other CEOs but they re less worried about the prospect of major disruptions Insurance Insurance CEOs see more opportunities than they did three years ago but also see more threats Are they prepared for both Metals Metals CEOs worry about the economy their prospects and

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  • Country insights: 18th Annual Global CEO Survey: PwC
    in different countries are responding to disruption and looking for new ways to compete Note We ll launch our CEO Survey in more countries over the coming months In the pipeline are launches for Romania and Taiwan in June 2015 Please check back for updates during the year Argentina 93 of Argentinian CEOs are confident of long term growth Australia 43 of Australian CEOs feel very confident about their own organisation s ability to grow Brazil Brazilian CEOs are confident about revenue growth in 2015 but they are less optimistic with the global economy perspective Canada Competition is everywhere Close to 60 of Canadian CEOs see cross sector competition in the next three years China 71 of China s CEOs say there are more growth opportunities for their company now than there were three years ago Denmark Strategic alliances and agility is part of the Danish CEOs recipe for growth Also a record breaking number of companies will hire new employees over the next 12 months Finland Finnish CEOs are more optimistic about the global economic growth than their colleagues but lack confidence in Finland s growth India CEOs in India are more positive about their own growth prospects than their global peers They were also the most bullish about the prospects of the global economy Italy In Italy only 27 of CEOs think global economic growth will improve however 80 is confident in their ability to achieve revenue growth for their companies Latvia 77 of CEOs in Latvia are confident about their company s prospects for revenue growth over the next 12 months Mexico In Mexico 83 of CEOs mentioned increasing tax burden and social instability as potential economic and political threats New Zealand 94 of CEOs in New Zealand are somewhat or very confident about revenue growth over

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  • Explore the survey data: 18th Annual Global CEO Survey: PwC
    how CEOs in different geographies and industry sectors responded to questions in the 18th Annual Global CEO Survey Questions are grouped into five themes displayed above the charts Click on a theme to display the associated questions and select the one you d like to see Expand the Filter data panel to select your choice of industries and or geographies to build your own customised chart Icons at the base of the chart allow you to print download or share your charts Note A maximum of 9 industry and geography options can be selected for display on each chart About the survey For PwC s 18th Annual Global CEO Survey 1 322 interviews were conducted in 77 countries during the last quarter of 2014 Further details on the survey methodology are available in the full report Note Not all figures add up to 100 due to rounding of percentages and exclusion of neither nor and don t know responses Draw your own conclusions Our interactive data explorer allows you to compare how CEOs in different geographies and industry sectors responded to each of the survey questions Expand the Options panel to select a survey question and build your own chart Growth Competition Technology Partnering Diversity Q Question 4 of 6 Next To add a filter Select up to 9 industries and or geographies from the options below Industries Asset management Automotive Banking capital markets Business services Chemicals Communications Consumer goods Energy oil gas Engineering construction Entertainment media Forest paper packaging Healthcare Hospitality leisure Industrial manufacturing Insurance Metals Mining Pharmaceuticals life sciences Power utilities Retail Technology Transportation logistics Geographies Africa South Africa Asia Pacific Australia China Hong Kong India Japan New Zealand Taiwan CEE Croatia Romania Russia Serbia Latin America Argentina Brazil Mexico Peru Venezuela Middle East North America Canada USA

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  • Downloads: 18th Annual Global CEO Survey: PwC
    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 Downloads Download report 18th Annual Global CEO Survey A marketplace without boundaries Responding to disruption It s clear that in 2015 disruptive change will affect all global markets But while CEOs are less confident overall about the prospects for the global economy many believe that there are significant opportunities for their own business to grow in the year ahead Download a PDF View in browser Select to create a single customised PDF 18th Annual Global CEO Survey Country reports Argentina Australia China English China Chinese Denmark Finland India Italy Latvia Mexico New Zealand Russia English Russia Russian Slovakia Switzerland United States Industry reports Asset management Industry snapshot In depth analysis Automotive Industry snapshot Banking capital markets Industry snapshot In depth analysis Capital markets infrastructure Industry snapshot Chemicals Industry snapshot Communications Industry snapshot Engineering construction Industry snapshot Entertainment media Industry snapshot Forest paper packaging Industry snapshot Government public services Industry snapshot Healthcare Industry snapshot Industrial manufacturing Industry snapshot Insurance Industry snapshot Insurance In depth analysis Metals Industry snapshot Mining Industry snapshot Oil gas Industry snapshot Pharmaceuticals life sciences Industry snapshot Power utilities Industry snapshot Retail consumer Industry snapshot Technology Industry snapshot Transport logistics Industry snapshot Note If you select all the checkboxes the file you download will be approx 54 mbs in size

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  • Report archive: CEO Survey: PwC
    Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Report archive See how CEOs confidence outlook and business strategies have evolved over the years in our archive of CEO Survey reports from 2007 to 2014 Visit our 18th Annual Global CEO Survey campaign site for 2015 Visit our 19th Annual Global CEO Survey campaign site for 2016 Download 17th Annual Global CEO Survey 2014 The global economic recovery continues to be fragile but with immediate pressures easing CEOs are feeling more optimistic and gradually switching from survival mode to growth mode View in browser Download 16th Annual Global CEO Survey 2013 As economic volatility and disruption escalated to unprecedented levels risks that once seemed improbable and even remote became the norm Explore the strategies CEOs adopted to survive and thrive in this turbulent environment Download epub Download 15th Annual Global CEO Survey 2012 In 2012 CEOs faced rising uncertainty in the global economy as developed economies struggled to sustain recoveries Yet we found a growing sense of preparedness and a surprising optimism among the CEOs we spoke to Download epub Download 14th Annual Global CEO Survey 2011 Just two years after the depths of the worst economic crisis in 75 years CEOs showed a renewed sense of optimism This survey explores where CEOs saw growth coming in 2011 and just how they planned to achieve it Download 13th Annual Global CEO Survey 2010 Following the worst recession many business leaders had ever seen our 13th Annual Global CEO Survey found some global CEOs shifting from crisis mode to a growth agenda while others cast a wary eye on new regulations and the volatile consumer Download 12th Annual Global CEO Survey 2009 Amidst a confusing haze of risks regulations and recovery packages our 12th Annual Global CEO Survey explored how company

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  • CEO pulse: Pulse on state-owned enterprises: PwC
    current perceptions of how they impact their businesses Sowing national seeds for success SOEs globally still have some work to do in winning the trust of the private sector The majority of CEOs in our pulse 83 had concerns that government ownership distorts competition to some degree In addition 67 felt that government ownership influences regulation and enforcement in industry We believe however that SOEs can take concrete steps to win the trust of the private sector and citizens delivering real public value by being more actively owned and transparently managed But their owners the state at different levels need to be mindful of allowing SOEs to compete unfairly in markets where private and third sector enterprises can deliver services to the public more efficiently and effectively Strength in times of crisis CEOs may have complaints about the preferential treatment they believe SOEs receive but they do also see the value of this relationship in times of economic and social upheaval Forty percent of our pulse respondents believe that government ownership can help stabilise an industry during a crisis while 54 said that protectionist policies have ensured ownership of essential strategic assets remain within national control In addition 72 believe that government ownership helps discourage the entry of foreign competitors a benefit for domestic private companies in times of economic crisis but also an obvious barrier to global trade As Ian Bremmer president of Eurasia Group has observed post 2008 some emerging economies are employing a policy of guarded globalisation where they treat multinationals with suspicion and seek to protect local interests From health to infrastructure providing the backbone for economic growth As PwC s new report State owned enterprises Catalysts for public value creation makes clear SOEs have a different purpose mission and objectives to the private sector which relate to some aspect of public service and or social outcomes Indeed private sector CEOs are clear that government ownership can have advantages when it comes to furthering social outcomes Societal value in terms of public services such as healthcare and education were areas where 37 of CEOs in our pulse agreed that SOEs have a positive influence There was even greater agreement that SOEs have a role to play in building the physical infrastructure needed for a modern economy Over half the CEOs in our pulse believed that to be true though far less just 36 felt the same with regards to digital infrastructure Better together In terms of innovation and talent both key levers for growth nearly a quarter of the CEOs in our pulse 24 agreed that SOEs can help with innovation and technology development while 26 believed that SOEs could help develop a talent pipeline for the regional or national economy But a spirit of collaboration between private and public sector is going to be crucial for future growth According to PwC s recent Government and the Global CEO report based on the findings from this year s Global CEO Survey 44 of CEOs and 49

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