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PwC at ‘People Matters Tech HR Summit 2018’

We recently partnered with ‘People Matters Tech HR Summit’ in August 2018, wherein a PwC kiosk was set up to introduce our People and Organisation practice. Chaitali Mukherjee, Leader- People and Organisation at PwC India spoke extensively on ‘Building the innovation mindset: Leaders in 2030’. Read the complete article here.

The summit brings together the best of businesses, HR Leaders, HR Product and Service experts, HR Technology partners and startups from around the globe. More than 3000+ leaders join the event every year to discuss future trends and policies in HR, keeping in mind the constant technological disruption and reframing perspective in the industry.


PwC India and CNBC-TV18 present GST Decoded- One Year On

We also partnered with CNBC TV18 for an exclusive industry event to mark the first year of GST roll-out. The initiative, GST Decoded - One Year On​ ​was telecasted LIVE on the channel on 29 June 2018. The event analysed the implications and implementation journey of this landmark reform and helped us further establish PwC’s thought leadership around GST.


PwC named among the top 20 companies where India wants to work by LinkedIn

We are delighted to share that PwC India has been ranked as one of the top 20 companies in LinkedIn's ‘Where India wants to work now’ listing for 2018. To be positioned as an employer of choice is a great achievement for us and we are very proud of this feat.

To see the entire list from Linkedin, click here.


PwC moves up to the 50th position in the Brand Finance Global 500 report 2018

The Brand Finance Global 500 report 2018 recently placed us as one of the top 50 brands worldwide making us the leaders in the professional services sector. Moving up from 66th position, this year, we were ranked 50 in terms of brand value.

The report is a list of the strongest and most valuable brands across the globe. It assesses organisations across two main categories - the strength, and the value of their brand. Brand strength is calculated using a number of measures, including marketing, brand perception and business performance relative to competitors. The strength score feeds into the overall brand value calculation.

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