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  • Experienced careers | PwC Ireland | Careers
    Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Come home to pwcireland How Claire Drennan brought her international experience to our growing business Read more Explore further Understanding our business areas Find out more about which of our key business areas might best suit your experience Read more Hearing from our people Explore what our people say about what it s really like to work here Read more Rewarding you We reward and recognise hard work Check out some of the key elements of our reward package Read more Start your application View Assurance opportunities View Tax opportunities View Advisory opportunities View Support Services opportunities Read more on data protection here So we can consider you for future positions the personal data in your application may be retained by us for up to 3 years from the date of your application You hereby agree to that If you don t want us to store your details on our recruitment system email us and we ll ensure that your information is only used for the purposes

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/careers/experienced.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Student careers | The opportunity of a lifetime | PwC Ireland | Careers
    Publications RSS feeds Careers Experienced careers Student careers Executive search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Our 2016 graduate programme is still open The opportunity of a lifetime Taking your opportunity We re looking for smart motivated passionate people We re keen for you to be part of our lively challenging and fun culture We re looking forward to giving you lots of exposure to the best opportunities Current openings We are currently accepting applications in the following areas Graduate recruitment 2016 Actuary graduate recruitment 2016 pwcirl careers Student careers Graduate recruitment Our business areas Audit and assurance Consulting Deals Tax Risk assurance solutions Recruitment process Training and development Application and interview tips FAQs Apply here Chat live Summer internship What does it involve Recruitment process Blogs Apply here Co op placement What does it involve What do we look for Recruitment process Blogs Apply here Working with us Who we are What we do What we can offer What our people say

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/careers/student-careers.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Executive search | People consulting | Human resource services | PwC Ireland | Services
    South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Executive search What s new 2015 Global CEO survey New take on talent Selected vacancies Director of Academic Affairs Chief Executive Officer Chairperson Buyers Talented people drive an organisation s growth and are an organisation s greatest asset To support you in maintaining competitive advantage through your people our experienced Executive Search and Talent Management teams have developed a suite of services that can be customised to your needs We provide high quality bespoke executive search services across the range of C Suite senior management and Non Executive Director appointments We focus on the combined power of innovative and thorough research together with our judgement understanding and experience of a wide range of sectors and functions to deliver our services Potential issues Maintaining competitive advantage through your people Establishing maintaining a talent pipeline that is aligned to strategic financial and operational objectives Attracting identifying and approaching talent both nationally and internationally Developing detailed job descriptions competency frameworks and candidate profiles Assessing screening and testing of potential candidates Contract and salary negotiations Sustaining a transparent and robust recruitment process Accessing a global network of industry insights expertise and intelligence How we can help The best candidate for your organisation can be located anywhere in the world and is highly valued by the organisation he she is with Our Executive Search team enjoys the challenge of identifying and delivering these talented people To bring the talent you want on board we advise across all aspects of the search and selection process and can assist you with each of the challenges mentioned above Of course the talent you need can exist within your current management team therefore our tailored approach ensures a solution that is right

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/services/human-resource-services/people-consulting/executive-search.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Business leaders gaining on cybersecurity risks, according to the PwC, CIO and CSO new report | Media centre | PwC Ireland | Press release
    based security services to help protect sensitive data and ensure privacy and the protection of consumer information Connected to the emergence of cloud based systems Big Data and the Internet of Things are technologies that present a host of cyber challenges and opportunities In the case of Big Data often considered a cyber liability 59 of respondents are leveraging data powered analytics to enhance security by putting real time information to use in ways that create real value As the number of internet connected devices continues to surge the Internet of Things will inevitably increase the stakes for securing cloud based networks Investment intended to address these issues doubled in 2015 but at this point just over a third 36 of survey respondents have a strategy specifically addressing the Internet of Things Ciarán Kelly Advisory Leader PwC Ireland said There is no one size fits all model for effective cybersecurity It s a journey toward a future state that starts with the right mix of technologies processes and people skills With those components in place cybersecurity potentially serves as an indispensable ongoing business enabler Over the past three years the number of organisations that embrace external collaboration has steadily increased Sixty five percent of respondents report they are collaborating with others to improve security As more businesses share more data with an expanding roster of partners and customers it makes sense that they also would swap intelligence on cybersecurity threats and responses Bob Bragdon VP and Publisher CSO said An advanced and enhanced information security program will not only enable companies to better defend against cyber threats it will also help create competitive advantages and foster trust among customers and business partners Other key findings include Information security spending increases Respondents boosted their information security budgets by 24 last year significantly reversing the previous slight drop in security spending Evolving Cybersecurity Roles 54 of respondents have a Chief Information Security Officer CISO in charge of the security program The most frequently cited reporting structure is the CEO CIO Board and CTO in that order Increasing Board Involvement 45 of boards participate in the overall security strategy This deepening of Board involvement has helped improve security practices in numerous ways Mobile Payments Going Mainstream 57 of respondents have adopted mobile payments systems but the ecosystem continues to rapidly evolve as new partnerships are formed amongst technology financial retail and telecommunications firms Investing in Insurance Technically adept adversaries will always find new ways to circumvent security safeguards That s why many businesses 59 are purchasing cybersecurity insurance to help mitigate the financial impact of cybercrimes when they do occur Government Surveillance Impacting Buying Decisions Purchases in certain countries are either under review 34 or happening less frequently 22 as a result of hearing about reports that the government is conducting surveillance on hardware software and or services from certain countries To explore the survey findings by industry and region visit www pwc com gsiss Notes to editors Please reference the study as

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/media-centre/press-release/2016/2016-pwc-ireland-business-leaders-gaining-on-cybersecurity-risks-according-to-new-report.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Emerging Trends in Real Estate Europe 2016 | PwC Ireland | Media centre | Press release
    Lisette van Doorn They take more risk on the short term to fulfil their long term objective for core assets At the same time more and more players in the real estate industry are starting to address the needs of occupiers who are seeking harmony between their workplaces and their lifestyle needs Some of the industry s biggest challenges right now are how to become less about brick and mortar and more about service and the implications this may have for the traditional business models of real estate operators Low interest rates and the weight of capital bearing down on European real estate mean that most remain bullish about the industry s business prospects in 2016 said Enda Faughnan PwC Ireland Real Estate Partner But they acknowledge that the global field for real estate is increasingly competitive and if the current wall of capital recedes there will be an even stronger focus on underlying market fundamentals active asset management and operational skills According to the report the five leading cities for investment prospects in 2016 are Berlin at the top spot followed by Hamburg Dublin Madrid and Copenhagen Many interviewees expect the German capital to thrive well beyond 2016 based on its young population and its growing reputation as a technology and cultural centre as well as the land available for development Notably London has slipped from the top ten suggesting that investors are seeing better growth prospects in regional UK and European cities in the short term In the long term however the UK capital remains the first choice in Europe for many international investors focused on wealth preservation with liquidity and the scale of the market together with relatively robust economic performance Top Investment Markets for 2016 The top five European real estate investment markets in 2016 are predicted to be 1 Berlin Maintaining last year s number one position Germany s capital tops the table for both investment and development prospects in 2016 An influx of the creative industry and the technology sector has led to the strongest office uptake the city has ever seen A young international and diverse employee base and a lower cost of living have also driven the city s progress Berlin s status as a cultural centre and a trendy location has boosted housing and retail prospects as well 2 Hamburg Hamburg which has taken the second spot from Dublin has proven a dynamic city that responds to the needs of future occupiers With more than 5 billion in investments over the year to Q3 2015 over half of which originated from foreign buyers Hamburg is the sixth most active market in Europe The city boasts a diverse occupier base with demand for offices coming from the media business services and trade sectors including many SMEs Office vacancy is at a historic low and construction is expected to increase in 2016 delivering 127 000 square metres of new office space to ease the current limited supply 3 Dublin While Dublin is still

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  • 2015 Digital IQ Survey Ireland
    PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites 2015 Digital IQ survey Ireland Business leaders in Ireland are fairly confident their companies understand the value of digital technology and weave it into the fabric of their organisations When asked how they define digital and selecting up to two definitions respondents in Ireland are most likely to see it as being almost synonymous with IT 49 compared with 37 globally and incorporating all technology innovation related activities 51 compared with 53 globally Executives in Ireland say creating better customer experiences is their number one priority for digital investments 44 compared with 25 globally They also hope to grow revenue 35 in Ireland compared to 45 globally Our analysis of insights from nearly 2 000 business and IT executives globally reveals that Irish respondents are more cautious in their spending plans than companies globally Only 11 of companies in Ireland are spending more than 15 of their revenue on digital investments compared with 31 of companies globally Archive Press release More to do

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/survey/2015-pwc-ireland-digital-iq-survey.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Finance Act 2015 | Irish Budget 2015 - 2016 | Budget | PwC Ireland | Campaigns
    careers Student careers Executive search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Download Finance Act 2015 Our specialists take a look at how Finance Act 2015 affects you your business and Irish Tax Law

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/campaigns/budget/irish-budget-2015-2016/finance-act-2015.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Start-Ups go head-to-head in Enterprise Awards battle for expansion funding prize | PwC Ireland | Media centre | Press release
    innovators who will create jobs and play a key role in our economy s growth Supporting innovation and young entrepreneurs is exactly what these Awards are all about and which PwC is delighted to be part of We wish all the candidates every success Since 2001 DIT s Hothouse which is based in Docklands Innovation Park has supported over 300 entrepreneurs at the early stages of their business development Previous participant companies have included Movidius Sigmoid Pharma DecaWave Mick s Garage and Smarter Surfaces Hothouse firms have created over 1 450 jobs and attracted over 150 million in external investment This year s finalists are all recent graduates of the DIT IADT New Frontiers Programme which is an Enterprise Ireland funded entrepreneur development programme The New Frontiers Programme is co funded by the European Regional Development Fund ERDF under the National Strategic Reference Framework NSRF 2007 2013 DIT Hothouse deliver the New Frontiers Programme in collaboration with the Institute of Art Design and Technology Dun Laoghaire END Notes to editors Richard Spence Founder CEO BEUTiFi BEUTiFi was established in 2015 and is headquartered in Dublin BEUTiFi com is a subscription based online marketing platform that connects salons professionals and consummers enabling them to recruit new clients fill empty timeslots grow revenue in off peak times capture client reviews and take online appointments Salons urgently need more new clients On average they have 35 unused capacity each week 70 have no online presence and 85 are not equipped to offer online booking Salon owners are time and cash poor and are generally not tech savvy BEUTiFi com makes it simple and affordable to get their business online and connect with their target customers In 2015 BEUTiFi Ltd processed over 30 000 online bookings and facilitated over 2m in service revenue to its 1 500 salon customers in Ireland and UK For consumers BEUTiFi com is a trusted online marketplace and community that makes it simple and convenient for them to discover the best vetted salons and professionals and to book them online in real time 24 7 BeuTiFi com is a recent graduate of the DIT IADT New Frontiers Programme and an alumni of NDRC Launchpad In July 2015 the company received CSF funding of 50 000 and is now an Enterprise Ireland High Potential Start Up client Richard was previously Head of Sales in CarTrawler the global car rental aggregator and technology company Joining at an early stage Richard was instrumental in growing the business internationally and taking it to over 180 countries worldwide prior to it being sold Richard holds a Degree in Marketing from Trinity College Dublin and has also completed DIT s International Selling Programme with Enterprise Ireland Shane Lynn CEO KillBiller KillBiller provides analytics products for the telecommunications industry specialising in tariff pricing and generating customer offers KillBiller provides a free mobile phone application that allows users to compare every mobile plan on the market with their exact usage The app has been used over 50

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/media-centre/press-release/2016/2016-pwc-ireland-start-ups-go-head-to-head-in-enterprise-awards-battle-for-expansion-funding-prize.html (2016-02-18)
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