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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.
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.