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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.
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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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.
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.
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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The KPMG Office of the Chief Economist analyzes potential scenarios of recovery from the impact of COVID-19.
The KPMG Office of the Chief Economist is continuously monitoring key developments in this unprecedented situation and refinements to the economic model occur daily. Check back often for updated research and reports.
The unemployment rate fell to 6.9% in October as the economy added 638,000 jobs . KPMG Chief Economist Constance Hunter provides her analysis about what this report tells us about the state of the labor market.
U.S. retail sales growth slowed to a mere 0.3% m/m in October, coming in below consensus expectations. KPMG Senior Economist Ken Kim offers insights about the data.
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