07/31/2013

What business issues in the APEC region are top of your mind?

From 5 – 7 October 2013, business and government leaders will meet in Bali at this year’s annual APEC CEO Summit, to discuss policy issues that impact business across the globe.

PwC plays an active role in the Summit. Over the years, we’ve been fortunate to survey business leaders from across the APEC economies to capture their insights into the forces changing our world and their business growth strategies. As Knowledge Partner of the Summit, we’re again working with the APEC host committee to develop a report based on this year's Summit theme: Towards Resilience and Growth: Reshaping Priorities for the Global Economy.

In order to capture the views of business across the globe, we’ve developed a short online questionnaire based on the economic outlook for APEC, as well as the opportunities and challenges companies face doing business in the region.

And here’s how you can take part. To take the survey, click on the link below and you’ll be directed to a short online questionnaire. We’ll use these findings to provide insight and direction to the APEC CEO Summit agenda, as well as informing the survey report which will be launched at the Summit.

We hope you’re able to take part. To begin the questionnaire, please click here. Please note the survey closes on Friday 9 August.


Mike Davies
Global Communications
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