Succeeding in the new reality

Build financial resilience and create operational agility now to adapt quickly to change, promote high performance, and achieve growth in the future.

 

Reaction.
Resilience.
Recovery.
New Reality.

 

Fresh perspectives for the future of business

After steering your business through unprecedented uncertainty to maintain continuity and strengthen financial resilience, it’s now time to set your sights --and strategies-- on achieving success in the new reality.

Explore the questions below to gain new insights on the latest economic developments, the advancement of growth, transformation, and talent strategies, and the benefits of integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) accountability.

 

How will a changing economy impact your business? 

Against a backdrop of ongoing uncertainty, it’s critical to be aware of changing economic conditions and their potential implications on your business. 

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Why pursue strategies to drive transformative growth now?  

Opportunities to create new business and operating models, develop new revenue streams, and enhance customer experiences may boost competitive advantage for companies willing to move fast --and first.

 

As talent strategies evolve, what workforce model is best for your company?

In the new reality, the “how,” “when,” and “where” work gets done continues to unfold. When evaluating different approaches, consider hybrid models that blend virtual work with in-office experiences. The flexibility and agility offered can be a key differentiator in attracting the right talent.  

 

When will your company realize the value of ESG? 

Business models developed with ESG components at its core have a clear growth path in the new reality. If you haven’t integrated ESG accountability into your company’s strategy for sustainability and profitability, now’s the time to consider it. 

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Tax, trade, and other authorities around the world are responding to regulatory change, relief measures, and extensions with the latest insights

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Meeting the challenges of COVID-19

When COVID-19 caused unprecedented disruption, KPMG responded. We helped our clients adapt, rethink, rebuild and position for growth.

A Tale of Two Economies: Pandemic dictates contour of GDP for 2021

COVID-19 still dictating economic outcomes.

The strength of the post-vaccine economy will depend on the quality of the economic firewall that exists between now and then.
KPMG Chief Economist Constance Hunter

KPMG’s Office of the Chief Economist is continuously monitoring key developments in this unprecedented situation and what it means for business planning and growth prospects. The Office of the Chief Economist monitors a combination of high frequency and traditional data to refine and update its forecast.

Check back regularly for updated research and reports.

Jobs Surge in February

U.S. nonfarm employment rose by 379,000 in February and the unemployment rate fell to 6.2%. KPMG Chief Economist Constance Hunter provides her analysis and thoughts on what lies ahead.

Retail Sales Surge in March 

Retail sales surged 9.8% month over month in March easily beating market expectations of 5.8%. KPMG Senior Economist Ken Kim offers three key takeaways from the report. 

 

 

Constance L  Hunter

Constance L Hunter

Principal and Chief Economist, KPMG US

+1 212-954-3396
Kenneth Kim

Kenneth Kim

Senior Economist, KPMG US

+1 212-954-6144

 

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