PwC comments on new UK consulting market report

Published at 10:06 AM on 14 March 2017

Following a report released yesterday by Source Global Research on the UK consulting market, Marco Amitrano, UK consulting leader at PwC commented:

“The world is being reshaped by social, political and technological change - our clients are having to adapt and so are we. With the expectation that Article 50 will soon be triggered, we know there are challenges ahead, both for ourselves and our clients - but this will also bring opportunities.

“Some of the key strategic issues we see our clients facing right now include:

  • Accelerating the impact of digital technologies;
  • Growing competitive advantage to stay ahead of the curve;
  • Identifying the top priorities for profitable growth;
  • Navigating risk and regulatory complexity;
  • Making the most of deal opportunities.

“All of these factors are leading to more and more new business models, creating innovative ways of working and experiencing the world. This means organisations increasingly need to undergo large-scale transformations. Our focus is on helping clients identify the opportunities open to them and delivering results, with a combination of strategy, technology and management consulting support. It’s our role to help clients reimagine their businesses and position themselves for future growth.” 



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