PwC Insights
26 January 2021

Building agility in Manufacturing

2020 was a year that even Nostradamus would have struggled to predict accurately as Brexit unfolded and a global pandemic emerged. With a new trading relationship now agreed between the UK and the EU, and the COVID-19 vaccination programme underway, we hope to see some level of optimism and positivity return in 2021. We’ve seen manufacturers adapt their production processes, increase their investment in digital and green technologies, as well as embrace new ways of working, with around 47% of people already doing some form of home working. Although this year will bring with it new challenges, businesses must recognise that supporting their people and customers, and innovating to remain competitive - all while improving agility in an environment where shocks are increasing in frequency - will be imperative to remain competitive and build market share.

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PwC Insights
26 January 2021

Making the UK fairer: Where we live

Where people live has a big impact on their view of fairness in UK society, transcending factors such as income and race. Our research shows that 'levelling up' the UK will take more than just increased spending. Across towns, cities and rural areas, the public told us the 'liveability' of their place is almost as important as jobs and income. People want to feel safe and welcome. They want attractive town centres, open green spaces and community facilities – and they want more say over how decisions are made in their local area.

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PwC Insights
26 January 2021

CBI/PwC Financial Services Survey

2020 required huge efforts just to keep operations running. But all the time, the shifts in customer expectations and impact of technological disruption continued to gather pace. As we move into 2021, the need to rethink business models and accelerate transformation is more urgent than ever.

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PwC Insights
07 January 2021

Beyond change

Whatever disruption your organisation faces, we’re here to help. Whether you need to refine or completely reinvent what you do, we’ll work with you to unlock the opportunities transformation presents and deliver change that will make a difference to your organisation, your communities and society. Together, we can see beyond change.

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PwC Insights
07 January 2021

Customs Intermediary Service

With the Brexit Transition Period ending a new customs border has been created between the UK and the EU and changes have come into effect from 1st January 2021. Critically, to move goods across this new UK-EU border, a customs declaration for your imports or exports will have to be submitted to HM Revenue & Customs. PwC will manage all of this complexity for you. We will complete and submit your customs declarations to HMRC on your behalf and can help you get ready for these changes, understand exactly what you need to do to navigate the new border, and cope with the wider challenges of moving goods in a post Brexit environment. The accuracy, completeness and submission of your customs data to HMRC, as part of this process, will be critical to keeping your goods moving and mitigating your risk of non-compliance with rapidly changing border regulations.

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