Remote working isn’t for everyone, but when we’re all encouraged to work from home as much as possible, making it work is important. Whether it’s a short-term move or something you’re considering for the longer-term, we look at some of the benefits and challenges and how you can make it work for you and your business.
32% of UK businesses reported a cyber-attack in 2019, with an average cost of £4,180. Watch our video to understand how you can best protect your business and the steps can you take to respond and recover, if you do fall victim to cybercrime.
Consumers today have exceptionally high standards for the companies they interact with. They want the best products and services, but increasingly, they want to source those products from companies that demonstrate a strong commitment to their local community and the wider world.
This article was developed based on content from The Sustainability Consortium in collaboration with HSBC - “Improving Supply Chain Resilience to Manage Climate Change Risks” - June 2020.
With previously unthinkable ways of working becoming the ‘new normal’ overnight, the COVID-19 crisis is a turning point for the sustainability agenda. The pandemic has shown that rapid change is both possible – and pivotal – for recovery, and an opportunity for companies to embed resilient and responsible practices into their strategic plans.
Trade agreements are a hot topic as the UK adjusts to life outside the EU, but why are they important, what is the potential impact of negotiations and why does it matter for your business?
Iain Prince, Associate Partner and Maureen O'Shea, Partner at KPMG in the UK discuss the findings of KPMG's recent CEO pulse survey and how businesses can improve supply chain resilience.
Mark Williamson, Partner at KPMG in the UK discusses the findings of KPMG’s recent CEO pulse survey and the role of talent management in organisational resilience.
The uptake and use of technology ramped up in 2020 as the COVID-19 effect saw physical interaction limited and businesses increasingly focused on efficiency. Here’s a look at the tech trends that are here to stay and that could offer opportunities for your business in 2021.
The end of the Brexit transition period brings frictionless trade between the UK and the EU to an end.
Over three-quarters of UK CEOs say the pandemic has accelerated the digitisation of operations and the creation of a next-generation operating model. That’s according to the results of our recent CEO Outlook pulse survey. It includes responses from 50 UK CEOs, providing a glimpse of how COVID-19 has changed their priorities.
As negotiations on the UK/US Free Trade Agreement (FTA) continue, the UK’s Chief Negotiator, Oliver Griffiths, took some time out of his busy schedule to join our October Trade webinar and share some insight on the objectives of the negotiations, the process itself and where the opportunities lie for UK businesses.