Our 2017 Good growth for cities report presents the findings of our index on the economic wellbeing of UK urban areas based on how the public views success.
We explore the latest trends and issues affecting the UK economy and share our insights on the prospects ahead.
A potential revolution for the energy industry is being led by advancements in smart home technology, real time data becoming available and evolving customer expectations. The door is wide open for truly innovative companies.
We believe that cities hold the key to sustainable development. So, as developing countries seek to uncover the full benefits of urbanisation, they face an important question: how can they make sure that the growth generated by cities is sustainable and productive, with the benefits shared widely across society? PwC works alongside donors and governments worldwide to answer this question.
Cities of opportunity analyses the development of 30 global cities across 10 key indicators.
Transformation of capital projects through the use of digital technologies
Engineering and Construction entities need to act now to secure a leading position in tomorrow’s complex industrial ecosystems.
A series of fundamental economic changes have significantly altered the near-term capital projects and infrastructure landscape, making it more important than ever for companies to understand the potential range of scenarios they might face and remain agile in their business approach.
The six steps set out in this Talking Points publication represent a clear programme of action that all housing associations can undertake in order to meet the challenges of the next five years and lay secure foundations for the future.
PwC’s latest global analysis of working capital performance looks at how it affects company value.
This Global Construction 2030 paper was specially written for the ENR Global Construction Summit.
Being ready & able to rise to your challenges is what makes PwC a leading professional services provider to Engineering & Construction sector clients.