Locked content PwC: CEOs salaries up 11% y/y

Salaries of members of the boards of biggest companies traded on the WSE increased by 10 percent y/y in 2015, while salaries of members of the supervisory boards declined by six percent y/y, according to consultancy PwC. “CEOs earned PLN 1.66 million on average in 2015, 11 percent more than in...

Locked content PwC: Media & entertainment market up to PLN 42 bln by 2020

Poland’s media and entertainment sector is expected to grow to $10.8 billion (approx. PLN 41.8 billion) in 2020 from $9.2 billion (PLN 35.6 billion) in 2015, according to PwC’s Global entertainment and media outlook 2016-2020. Online advertising will be the fastest growing segment, expanding b...

Locked content PwC opens start-up accelerator

International consultancy PwC has opened Startup Collider in Poland, a seed accelerator tasked with supporting start-ups in the region of Central and Eastern Europe. The first cohort will include fintech start-ups. “PwC will provide the supervision of mentors and will assist with shortening th...

Locked content PwC opens shared services center in Opole

Global consultancy PwC has opened a shared services center in Opole with the aim of providing financial-accounting services for German speaking customers, the company informed. As many as 100 people will find employment in the facility. PwC has eight regional offices in Poland – in Warsaw, Łód...

Locked content Q2 IPO’s value places WSE at 8th spot in Europe

According to a report “IPO Watch Europe Q2 2016” by PwC, Warsaw’s bourse ranks 8th in Europe in terms of the value of IPOs. As many as 8 companies debuted on the WSE, of which three began trading on the NewConnect Market. The total value of the IPOs on the WSE amounts to €92 millio...

PwC opens global drone center in Poland

PwC, a professional services company, has opened its first global center of excellence, named Drone Powered Solutions, to focus on the use of drone technology and data analysis in business.

Locked content PwC: 55% of Poles shop online

According to a PwC report – “Client in the digital world”, 55 percent of Poles (out of >1000 respondents) buy goods and services via electronic sales channels. The survey found that the most common reasons Poles choose electronic channels for shopping are the opportunity to purchase a...

Locked content Every third Polish company is a victim of economic crime

According to PwC’s Global Economic Crime Survey 2016, more than 1/3 (36 percent) of companies surveyed in Poland, confirmed they had been victims of fraud in the last 24 months. About 65 percent of the offenses were asset robbery, and 32 percent were   cybercrime.  “There is a favorable ...

PwC: less IPOs on WSE, but more valuable

The number of initial public offerings (IPOs) on the Warsaw bourse continued to fall last year, however its value increased by €127 million on a yearly basis and amounted to €440 million, according to a report compiled by PwC consulting company.