Read opinions from business leaders on the state of national economies and the outlook for their companies from nine countries in CEE.
Read opinions from business leaders on the state of national economies.
Fulfilling ambitions - with great staff and use of technology
Central & Eastern European business have their say how to do it in 2017.
44% believe the economic situation in the country will improve in 2017.
Education. Science. Innovation.
Education, science and innovation should be the top priority in governments' to-do lists, according to 39% of respondents
Keeping good staff.
Retaining good employees is a key focus area, highlighted by 75% of business leaders.
62% of CEE respondents say they plan to increase headcount in the following 3 years. During the next 12 months the same will be done by 40%.
On average in CEE, 59% of respondents are using disruptive technologies.
In CEE, respondents are most concerned with regulatory (45%) and operational (37%) risks. Surprisingly, only 12% feel worried about cyber security risks.
The 2016 edition of KPMG’s survey the Pulse of the Economy elaborates on current trends in economy and entrepreneurship, to measure the sentiment among the business leaders in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE). The eighth edition of the well-received survey reached out to 759 respondents this year.
Visit www.kpmgpulsesurvey.com for the full publication.