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LEADING YOUR BUSINESS IN A TIME OF CRISIS Grant Thornton has embraced agility and you should too
In a world shaped by COVID-19, agility differentiates the winners from everybody else. Here we describe the concrete steps that Grant Thornton has taken – and
LEADING YOUR BUSINESS IN A TIME OF CRISIS Six agile ways to prepare your business for 2021
Businesses need a clear plan of action to regain momentum in a COVID-19 world. Here we present six recommendations to help you embrace agility and business
LEADING YOUR BUSINESS IN A TIME OF CRISIS 3 ways to rescue your failing business: Strategy, structure, and formal protection
Strategy, loans, and formal protection can help businesses adapt to the new normal under COVID-19 – leading to a far more successful overall recovery.
BUSINESS PROCESS SOLUTION Reorienting digital strategy for the COVID-19 recovery phase
To take full advantage of the recovery phase, businesses must focus their digital strategy, digital transformation, digital supply chains, remote work, online
LEADING YOUR BUSINESS IN A TIME OF CRISIS How to make the most of technology for COVID-19 recovery: 3 key moves for business leaders
New technology will be an essential component of COVID-19 recovery, but effective leaders must also empower their people.
AUDIT Accounting for change: How COVID-19 affects TFRS 15
Entities must consider the implications of TFRS 15 when accounting for revenue generated from contracts with customers during COVID-19.
TAX AND LEGAL Thailand’s Immigration Dilemma
Thailand’s visa rules create major inconveniences for certain categories of foreigners. As a provider of Thai business advisory services, we explore these
TAX AND LEGAL CPTPP – Thailand puts on the brakes yet again
The Ministry of Commerce recently withdrew its endorsement of Thailand joining the CPTPP over concerns that the trade deal may harm farmers.
LEADING YOUR BUSINESS IN A TIME OF CRISIS Has COVID-19 accelerated the decline of conventional offices?
The office of the future may have already arrived, thanks to COVID-19. But what should organisations expect when their employees get used to working from home?