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.
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 Individual Restaurants Group ramped up its online presence and turned to collection and delivery during lockdown, the company wanted an innovative solution for its guests. But with HSBC’s brand-new pay-by-bank account solution, the group is not only impressing customers, it has improved cash flow and cash management as well.
Quality engineering services, a network of contacts and a wealth of experience saw high demand for Staffordshire-based Xtrutech’s products and services. Meeting that demand whilst managing the company’s cashflow proved challenging, but the right funding has supported the company’s ongoing growth.
Late payments can be a challenge at the best of times, but when business is uncertain and cash flow is squeezed, getting paid on time is critical. Find out how to lessen the risk of late payments, how to handle payments that are late and how to reduce the impact of late payments on your business with our top tips.
2020 has been a year of continual change and uncertainty, but how you respond to and manage that change can help determine your resilience now and in the future. Read our top tips for how to make you and your business more resilient.
A community pulling together and an opportunity to spread a little joy has encouraged local cake-maker, Annette Miller to push ahead with a new business venture despite tough trading conditions
Reconciling its decentralised model of operating with optimising cash management was proving frustrating for Marlowe Plc. A cash concentration structure with reverse sweeping from HSBC proved just the solution the company needed to boost efficiency and support its quest for new opportunities.