CEO Survey – Economic Perspectives and Labour Market Tendencies in Romania in 2012

PwC released earlier this year, within the World Economic Forum at Davos, the 15th edition of the Global CEO Survey 2012, a report that analyzes the views and forecasts of over 1,200 CEOs from around the world, making it one of the most important instruments for testing the future trends of the global economy. This year is the second time that PwC Romania launches a separate edition based on the answers of local CEOs, thus providing local business leaders with the opportunity to share their vision, priorities and concerns regarding the evolution of the local and global economy.

PwC Romania has the pleasure to invite you to the launch of the results for Romania from the 15th edition of the Global CEO Survey 2012. The launch will take place within an event organised jointly with Ziarul Financiar, CEO Survey – Economic Perspectives and Labour Market Tendencies in Romania in 2012, scheduled for 28 May, at Radisson Blu Hotel (Atlas Hall) in Bucharest, starting with 9:00 am. Please find the agenda below:

Agenda of the event:
9.00 – 9.30        Welcome coffee and networking
9.30 – 9.40        Introductory address Sorin Pîslaru, Head Editor, Ziarul Financiar
9.40 – 10.00      Keynote speech Mariana Câmpeanu, Minister of Labour, Family and Social Protection
10.00 – 10.30   Presentation of the main results of Romania CEO Survey – Vasile Iuga, Country Managing Partner, PwC Romania
10.30 – 12.30   Round table and Q&A attended by Mariana Câmpeanu, Vasile Iuga, Sorin Mândrutescu, CEO Oracle Romania and President of AmCham Romania , Robert Arsene, CEO Agricover, Dan Şucu, CEO Mobexpert, and Sorin Pîslaru, Ziarul Financiar

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2 thoughts on “CEO Survey – Economic Perspectives and Labour Market Tendencies in Romania in 2012”

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    Almost one in two Romanian employers (45%) says they have problems recruiting for their jobs because of the “lack of technical skills,” a percentage significantly higher than the global average, of 34%, shows a ManpowerGroup survey.

    http://www.zfenglish.com/companies/hr/romania-in-top-10-by-talent-shortage-but-employers-don-t-invest-in-training-people-9684320

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    Five of the 40 most important shopping centers in Romania account for almost 40% of total turnover, but together only make up 21% of the country’s gross lettable area, according to a study by Portuguese developer Sonae Sierra in partnership with consultancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.

    http://www.zfenglish.com/companies/real-estate/five-of-romania-s-top-40-shopping-centers-make-up-40-of-total-turnover-9681449

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