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Businesses are facing an unprecedented level of disruption and uncertainty in today’s rapidly evolving world. We’re now seeing Chinese businesses operate in an age of disruption. Chinese organisations, like their global counterparts, accelerated their transformation to weather the challenges in the past three years. Following the country’s recent policy stimulus, businesses in China are anticipating economic recovery. At the same time, Chinese business leaders also see macro forces, including climate change, global supply chain crisis, geopolitical tensions, and cybersecurity, introducing more complexity to an ever-changing business environment.
To navigate challenges and uncertainties posed by external megatrends and internal business transformations, Chinese business leaders need to anticipate and respond to disruption proactively – not only to survive, but to thrive. Resilience has become a vital strategic priority in the corporate world.
‘Global Crisis and Resilience Survey 2023 China report’ analyses the views of 165 executives based in the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong. This report lifts the curtain on how organisations are directing their resources, efforts, and investments towards building resilience in order to thrive in a state of permacrisis. Please fill in the form below to download the report.
Asia Pacific Risk Services Leader, Mainland China and Hong Kong Digital Trust & Risk Leader, PwC Hong Kong
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