PwC’s five strategic priorities for becoming ‘the leading professional services firm’
Will the firm achieve its strategic aim of becoming synonymous with innovation?
PwC released its annual results earlier this week, with the firm reporting a record revenue of £3.6bn for the year ending 30 June 2017. The figure represented a 5% increase on the £3.44bn revenue recorded in 2016.
PwC UK chairman and senior partner Kevin Ellis commented on the results that the firm’s priority was to support clients, and that investment in “innovative new services”, such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality and cloud technology, would enable clients to “tackle their immediate and longer term challenges and opportunities”.