PNG business leaders urged to do survey

BUSINESS management consultant PwC is calling on Papua New Guinea business leaders to take part in the APEC CEO survey for 2017.
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In the light of PNG hosting the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in November 2018, PwC invites participants to answer a simple question: What's on the mind of Asia Pacific business and policy leaders?
"The APEC CEO Survey shapes on-going discussions between business and Asia Pacific policymakers and as a senior business leader with interests in this thriving region, your contribution and perspective on doing business is highly valued and much appreciated," PwC said.
The APEC CEO Survey is an annual survey of business leaders operating in the 21 Asia-Pacific economies. It has been jointly produced by PwC and the organising committee for the annual APEC CEO Summit. 
Last year, more than 1000 business leaders participated and this year, the survey will be expanded to include what's on the mind of global business and policy/government leaders. 
"Key findings will be publicly released at APEC CEO  Summit, an event attended by economic leaders and senior executives, in Danang, from 8-10 November."
PwC said that participation in the study would take 15 to 20 minutes and all views would be held in the strictest confidence. Responses will not be attributable to any individual or organisation.
"If you would like to compare your views against that of your peers, you can waive your anonymity and request for a dashboard report that will benchmark your responses to key questions against final results for your economy and/or APEC members," PwC said.
The deadline for participation in the survey is July 14 and to begin the questionnaire, follow this link:
PwC said the online survey was available in six languages - English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean and simplified Chinese - and any queries about it should be directed to



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