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Doing business in Armenia Doing business in Armenia
This guide provides a general idea about Armenia, its economic factors and other important areas which will be helpful in implementation of projects in Armenia.
Cost Cutting What Companies Should Consider
Grant Thornton experts suggest ideas on what to consider regarding cost cutting in a difficult time for the business and what is important for implementing effective cost optimization.
Communication during crisis The power of our words
In this publication Grant Thornton Armenia has summarized key aspects that will help leaders and communication professionals design a smooth response in critical situations or test their existing communication plan.
Publication COVID-19 Response:The paradigm shift in data management
With this publication the advisors of Grant Thornton Armenia present to your attention the importance of business transformation, big data processing and analysis of various aspects of business operations in the modern world as one of the key success factors in defining business strategies and risk management policies.
Blog UK referendum on EU membership: Four big issues
The time will soon come when the UK electorate will vote in a referendum on whether or not to the UK should remain a Member State of the European Union. In many respects British politicians are failing to give the electorate the information they need to make an informed decision.
IBR Europe resolute for New Year as US optimism wobbles
New research from Grant Thornton’s International Business Report (IBR) reveals that going into 2016, EU businesses remain surprisingly resilient in their outlook despite risks posed by the migrant crisis, terrorism etc. Yet 2016 also brings fresh questions as US firms report a dent to their confidence amid concerns over export markets and the strength of the Dollar.
GrowthiQ Age is no barrier
India’s young, growing workforce and China’s ageing population put Asia’s two great economies at either end of the age dividend. Partners at Grant Thornton discuss the consequences for each of their countries.
Blog Tourism overcoming adversity
I recently finished an Asian tour to connect with our firms in the region and to meet some of their clients. The trip has been an eye-opening experience and a great opportunity to focus on this high-growth region.
Consumer products Black Friday offers golden opportunity
But as more commerce moves online, retailers need to be aware of cyber-attacks – only 46% are prepared, despite the $86bn cost in attacks annually.
IBR The future of Asia-Pacific
Drawing on interviews from our IBR and other sources this report explores the opportunities and challenges for business growth in Asia-Pacific. The slowdown in China, regional tensions and ageing populations emerge as key threats to regional growth prospects, while businesses are excited by the Trans-Pacific Partnership and increased ASEAN cooperation.
IBR China slowdown hits trading partners
New research from Grant Thornton’s International Business Report (IBR) reveals the extent to which contagion caused by China’s economic slowdown is spreading to businesses around the world. Business confidence and expectations for revenue and exports are down, not just in China’s near neighbours, but in several major economies which count on the world’s second biggest economy as a major trading partner.
GrowthiQ The new customer mindset
To succeed in the B2B sharing economy, businesses need to understand what drives customers who are willing to use crowdsourced and automated services LiquidSpace specialises in renting out spare office space in existing businesses by the hour, the month or longer. Users can hire space via the company’s app and be sitting in a business’s boardroom within minutes. They can add their own office space to the inventory too.