PwC r2i finalists for International Research at MRS awards

06 October 2016

Congratulations to Research to Insight's (r2i) CEO Survey team in being a finalist in the International Research category at the MRS Awards! This project is a major annual undertaking for r2i working closely with the PwC Global Thought Leadership team.

PwC’s Annual Global CEO Survey is a truly distinctive programme of thought leadership. Now entering the 20th year of research, it examines how CEOs respond to prolonged disruption in the market. Each year, we track CEOs’ views on the global economic outlook and the challenges they face in building a business ready for the future. This is not a static, traditional longitudinal study – but a programme which innovates year on year, using online reporting, social media and data visualisation to best engage our myriad audiences. Our aim is to contribute to the debate around the CEO agenda and provide the PwC network of over 200,000 people in 157 territories common insights around the forces shaping the global economy. The scale of the research has grown every year – we now interview over 2,400 CEOs in 83 countries and 26 languages. The results are launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos in front of major press organisations to give global business leaders real insight into today’s (and tomorrow’s) key economic, social, technological and political issues as they shape their business strategies for the years ahead.

Click here to view the full CEO Survey report. 

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