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KPMG recently surveyed almost 100 US-based private company CEOs to find out about their growth strategies, challenges and forecasts for the future.
Venture capital investment in artificial intelligence is on the rise.
2017 personal year-end planning and the outlook for U.S. tax reform.
Learn about the 9 key business drivers that entrepreneurs, founders and start-up executives will need to consider if they hope to grow their company.
KPMG's Brian Hughes, National Private Markets Group Leader, looks at the changing Cloud marketplace and explores the five key risks that every private company decision-maker should be thinking about.
In this edition, we provide private companies a closer look at both of the recent tax reform proposals, one from the House Republicans (the blueprint) and the other from the Trump Administration.
This issue addresses recent healthcare reform proposals that may have a significant impact on the tax position, hiring plans, and growth strategy of privately held companies.
Since IPOs are complex undertakings, it is critical to acknowledge that there are many continuously moving parts that need to be managed – including the costs and the IPO itself.
A deeper look at the proposed border-adjustment tax and guidance to private companies as they plan for the future.
We uncover key findings from our CCO Survey which identified strengths,
weaknesses, and trends in compliance programs across major organizations in
Many private company boards are starting to recognize that the best cyber security response does not start with technology, but rather, the board and the business.
In this issue we introduce, The Entrepreneur's Roadmap: From Concept to IPO. This guide offers keen insights to help growth company leaders navigate every stage of the journey.
This issue explores the results of a recent KPMG survey of nearly 1,200 U.S. consumers to gain insight into the needs of the connected consumer.
In this edition, we highlight some of the key results from our survey of private market CEOs from across the U.S. to learn more about their growth outlooks and strategic priorities.
Gain insight on topics such as leadership, strategy, innovation, and culture from 40 of America’s best and brightest CEOs and founders of private companies.
This issue highlights the new proposed regulations issued June 14, 2017 that apply to all partnerships required to file a U.S. tax return.
In this issue we highlight the importance of valuations for private companies and provide insights to help business leaders understand the valuation process and techniques.
Learn about the business opportunities and challenges that private company leaders should consider when expanding into high growth markets (HGMs).
This issue highlights KPMG LLP’s 2018 Personal Tax Planning Guide and provides valuable information and tips to help privately held business owners and executives with their tax planning.
Learn about the risks private companies face when moving to the cloud and how companies can manage the risks to unlock broad cloud value.
Explore key accounting issues that pre-IPO companies should consider to make it easier to file at the most opportune moment.
The new revenue recognition standard is applicable for private companies for annual periods beginning December 15, 2018. Are you ready?
The recent tax reform package represents the biggest change to our tax system since the 1980s. Do you know how it will affect you and your privately held company?
Are you a new head of finance or CFO at a startup organization? Or have you recently hired a new finance leader? If so, you’ll certainly want to read this.
Learn the steps that private company leaders should take towards a robust innovation strategy and get tips for creating a culture of innovation.
Are you rethinking your family business or private company succession plan? If you are not, you should be. The new tax reform bill has made the topic impossible to ignore.
M&A activity is picking up and acquirers are on the hunt for great middle-market investment opportunities to accelerate their own businesses. Are you ready to make a sale?
This is not a “public company only” issue. New Revenue Recognition Standard is applicable for private companies for annual periods beginning after December 15, 2018.
Many private companies are now highly focused on creating, implementing, and maintaining their digital and social strategies. Do they have the resources to compete?
Privately Speaking tackles the issues that private and venture capital backed companies care about most. In each edition we share insights, as well as practical, actionable tips, to help boards and executive management grow, strengthen and transition their privately-held businesses.