CEO Summit 2014 Fit for the future?

Our flagship event was organised in Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru on 24, 25 and 28 February 2014, respectively. The events saw eminent panellists, who discussed a wide array of issues and interacted with top CEOs from across the country. The India summary of our Global CEO Survey 2014 was released at the events. Click here to view the findings and download the report.

Finding value for the consumer
The Indian mobile industry

84% of respondents feel that the mobile provides good value for money

29% of respondents aspire to own a cellphone priced greater than 10,000 INR

57% of respondents notice a big difference between various network brands

67% of respondents have never switched networks

What our leaders say

India is polio-free: Cheer with caution

WHO has declared India polio-free, but a few systemic problems persist. Read more

Generation Y: Ahead of the curve

More than half of India's population is under 30, which is also a marketer's dream segment.Read more

Water battles loom large

Let's pledge to be more action-oriented about the impending water crisis.Read more

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Companies Act, 2013 Are you ready for the new regime?

Real Estate Emerging trends in Asia Pacific 2014

Financial Services Exploring new horizons: Financial percolation to the ‘rurban’

Energy and Utilities Using solar energy to end power woes

6th Annual Digital IQ Survey

Read our latest global report on technology sector

Our global survey included 1,494 respondents from 36 countries and seeks to understand how companies can use digital technology to advance their business goals.

Bridging the gap

Handing over the family business to the next generation

PwC's survey of family business succession strategies examines how family firms plan to hand over their operations to the next generation.

5th CFO Conclave 2013

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Siddharth Vishwanath shares how P&G led the market even after Hurricane Katrina

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Devraj Doss speaks on how one wrong incident is enough to tarnish years of goodwill

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Effective change has to be driven by the top management, says Pratik Chatterjee

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Abhijit Sen explains why having the right people is essential for success

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Corporates in India are becoming more aware and emerging stronger, says Jatin Kapoor

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Hiren Israni says that one can never accurately predict risk, only learn from past experiences