TMT Predictions 2018
Southeast Asia Edition
The technology, media and telecommunications sectors remain as fascinating as ever in 2018. See what the future holds for technology, media and telecommunications.
In the latest edition of the Thailand Consumer Survey – Onset of the digital consumer, we explore some of the latest consumption patterns of the Thai consumers that emerged from the results of a recent survey conducted across 1,000 households via face-to-face interviews.
The 2017 ranking for Asia Pacific drives powerful connections while recognising cutting edge growth. See who made the list!
Executives today face challenges in transforming their store fleet through technology.
Deloitte recently teamed up with Legend World Wide in Belgrade to open a connected store that leverages on the full power of in-store technology and gathered insight as to the challenges executives today face in transforming their store fleet through technology.
As one of the last frontiers of growth in Southeast Asia, Myanmar possesses a large, relatively young population with a burgeoning middle class and rapid rates of urbanisation. The opportunities in this golden land are no doubt evident; what is less evident is how to harvest them.
The AEC can be a game changer – in both good and bad ways. Stripping out complexity, the AEC creates new opportunities and makes the investment case for business in Southeast Asia more compelling. But it will also bring unprecedented levels of competition.
How can family businesses thrive in today’s fluid business ecosystems while still preserving their identity as a business and their cohesion as a family?
Deloitte’s Whistleblower service is an anonymous and independent digital and integrated whistleblowing service that can help reduce the costs and risks of workplace misconduct.
The European football market has exceeded €25bn in revenue for the first time, according to the 27th Annual Review of Football Finance from the Sports Business Group at Deloitte.
2017 gave us a lesson in looking beyond the hype. On the surface, it had the appearance of a difficult and tension-filled year, with political divisions deepening and significant shifts to the right in the United States and United Kingdom just beginning to play out. But that was only one side of the story. Underneath all the bluster, the global economy was quietly recovering. In this edition of Voice of Asia, we look beyond the headlines at what 2018 will likely bring Asia Pacific economies, and what some of the possible (but unlikely) vulnerabilities may be.
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