How do you translate data into a match-winning strategy? Deloitte’s Analytics team, led by David Blackwell, has provided professional sports teams with an innovative solution to data integration, giving them bespoke tools to allow their coaches to explore different game plans.
In recent months, we have conducted a new and in-depth study of the UK’s labour force to understand how these hypothetical models compare with actual changes in employment over the last 15 years.
As we welcome over 1,000 students and graduates joining the firm, CEO David Sproul talks about the opportunities and future career paths that lie ahead.
This report discusses the impact of demographics on the investment management industry. It looks at how a growing population, with greater life expectancy, creates substantial new assets to manage but also magnifies the problem of the long-term savings gap. We discuss the nature of the challenge, the hurdles to overcome, and the implications for the investment management industry.
European banks face significant risks in the retail payments market, as emerging fintech players and regulatory reforms pose new challenges. In this report, we explore the main scenarios which are likely to emerge and the strategies banks could follow to adapt to market changes.
We are supporting social mobility and changing the way we recruit and support our people, to enhance the service we can provide to our clients and to make an impact that matters to our clients and to society.
The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 is one of the UK's foremost technology award programmes. It is a ranking of the country's 50 fastest growing technology companies, based on revenue growth over the last five years.
The Deloitte Impact Report is a statement of what we stand for as a firm and a reminder of the many ways we make a difference to our clients, the economy and society.
Increasingly, the smartphone is taking over from the PC as consumers’ general purpose digital tool. The ever-increasing reach, reliability and speed of cellular networks are central to the growing appeal and utility of the smartphone. Our fifth annual edition of the UK Mobile Consumer survey analyses the key trends that we see happening in the mobile industry.