"Welcome to our UK Annual Review for 2022.
"It reflects a year characterised by an increasing responsibility for business to respond to society’s challenges.
"Life-changing events, including the pandemic, the war in Ukraine and the cost-of-living crisis, continue to shape our firm’s direction.
"Over the last year we’ve strengthened our business to make an even more positive impact for our clients and society - supporting technology-enabled transformations and sharing digital skills and climate expertise. And our regional connections in businesses and communities have guided investments that will support economic growth across the UK.
"Our Annual Review brings to life our firm’s purpose - to make an impact that matters – through stories of the clients and partners we collaborate with, the ambitions we support, and the way we care for our people and planet.
"In the year ahead, we’ll keep leading with our values, helping to transform our clients and contributing to our communities. Because how businesses grow is as important as how much."
Senior Partner and CEO, Deloitte UK
How are we making an impact that matters?
Supporting UK growth is about enabling people and places to reach their potential. Learn more about how we’re boosting skills and opportunities in Manchester and on Teesside, how our midlands-based catalyst is transforming health-tech as part of the Vodafone Centre for Health with Deloitte, and how our new Newcastle office is bringing our and clients together at the quayside.
Technology is helping us to re-imagine how we live and work. It can bring us together, re-shape public services and open up opportunities to learn. Find out how tech is helping the LTA to open up tennis, how we’re nurturing UK cyber entrepreneurs, and learn about our work supporting our clients’ digital transformations.
To create a better future, we need to make changes now. Learn more about how our people are volunteering in communities to help create brighter futures and how we’re staying connected while hybrid working. And find out about our work supporting the government’s net-zero vision for COP26, the planet innovators who won the first Earthshot Prizes and our work with Virgin Media O2 on its ambitious ESG strategy.
Building a firm for the future
Some of our stories
More businesses than ever have committed to a net-zero future. But what does that actually look like?
It’s amazing what can happen when you open things up for everyone. That applies to society and business as much as it does to sports. A good example? Tennis.
Self-checking for breast cancer can be awkward to talk about. Even if we know we should check regularly, it can be easy to bury our heads in the sand – or even forget. But the power to take positive action lies in our own hands. Literally.
There are lots of reasons to feel positive about our potential to make progress on climate change. Not least of which, the inspirational people and ideas that are already making a difference.
Sometimes, the best way to understand something, is to immerse yourself in it completely.
The relationship between people and the workplace is always evolving. But over the last couple of years, it’s completely transformed.
It’s not every day that the Mayor of Greater Manchester asks you to share your ideas with him on how to help the region recover from the pandemic.
“Entrepreneurship can be lonely,” said Deloitte partner Stephen Wray. “So for cyber startups, and especially their CEO’s, being part of a community that shares similar ambitions is important.”
The future belongs to all of us. The more we come together, combining our expertise and ambition, the greater chance we have of making the changes in society we want to see.