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How CEOs support and attract talent is changing because of the challenging global economy and CEOs’ growth goals, with fostering workforce resilience becoming a key priority, according to KPMG Ireland. Worldwide, the employee value proposition to attract and retain the necessary talent is tied as the top operational priority to achieving 3-year growth objectives (25 […]
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The pandemic revolutionised the Irish retail landscape in many ways and accelerated the growth in online shopping faster than anyone would have predicted. So, what does retail need to do to thrive, does their future depend on how they engage with the customer, and will the physical store survive? Keith Watt, Head of Retail & […]
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The 2023 budget should include measures to help in future-proofing Ireland’s economy, says KPMG Ireland in its pre-budget submission. Specifically, it should aim to reduce the impact of inflation through income tax indexation, retain Ireland’s FDI competitiveness via personal tax reform, support our SME sector by reforming KEEP and EIIS and use our tax system […]
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Over the past 30 years, Ireland has developed a significant asset management industry on the international stage with €6.6bn in total assets under management and over 8k Irish domiciled funds as of December 2021. In the KPMG Ireland report, they take stock of the industry, identify key emerging trends and outline what it means for […]
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The rising cost of living means consumers are rethinking their spending habits with hospitality and clothing the focus of purchasing cutbacks, writes Keith Watt, Head of Retail at KPMG Ireland. KPMG’s latest independent retail survey shows that more than 4 in 5 (84 percent) of consumers have already started tightening their belts when it comes […]