Real Madrid returns to the top of the Deloitte Football Money League, as matchday and commercial revenues surge across Europe
The 20 highest revenue generating clubs in world football earned a record-breaking €10.5bn in the 2022/23 season, according to the 27th edition of the Football Money League published by Deloitte’s Sports Business Group. This sum, a 14% increase over the previous year, comes as Money League clubs reported record commercial and matchday revenues of €4.4bn and €1.9bn.
New research from Deloitte reveals the top barriers to implementing and monetising digital technologies such as Cloud, AI and machine learning; Three-quarters of UK organisations believe that digital transformation is the single most important investment they can make; But, 30% of UK organisations lack a transformation strategy, while nearly a third lack understanding of new technology.
High prices continue to come at a cost to the planet, but sustainable products are a priority for consumers
Cost is a barrier to adopting a more sustainable lifestyle, with the majority of those not doing so saying it is too expensive (62%); One in three (30%) stopped purchasing certain brands and products because of sustainability-related concerns; However, one in four (26%) are still prepared to pay more for sustainable products; Consumers concentrate on ‘at home’ sustainable behaviours such as…
Against a backdrop of elevated interest rates, Deloitte’s Q3 CFO survey shows finance leaders continuing to focus on defensive balance sheet strategies. UK CFOs now rate bank borrowing as being more unattractive as a source of corporate financing than at any time since the survey began, with a net -37%1 rating it as attractive.
Deloitte has opened applications for up to 40 charities and social enterprises to join the third cohort of Deloitte Digital Connect, a programme that helps charities scale their digital impact.
Deloitte estimates that 35% of people with access to a subscription-video-on-demand (SVOD) service are sharing at least one of their subscriptions with other households; One-in-four users (25%) are sharing the cost of an SVOD platform they use, rising to 34% for 16-24 year-olds; More than half (57%) of respondents who share a paid SVOD service say they would stop using the service if…
Deloitte’s Cambridge and St Albans practices have announced promotions for this year.
26th edition of the awards recognises the fastest growing technology companies in the UK.
Confidence among the finance leaders of the UK’s largest firms has dipped in the second quarter, partially unwinding the sharp rise in sentiment seen in Q1 2023, according to Deloitte’s UK CFO Survey Q2 2023.
Deloitte’s annual survey of the UK’s digital behaviours looked at Generative AI for the first time.
University students get first-hand experience of the world of work through Deloitte’s Summer Vacation Scheme
Deloitte’s flagship Summer Vacation Scheme will welcome just over 450 university students from across the UK this week. In its fourteenth year the scheme gives 452 students first-hand experience of what they can expect from a career at Deloitte, working closely with the audit & assurance, consulting, tax & legal, risk advisory and financial advisory business areas.
Sharpest rise in CFO optimism since 2020; Survey shows biggest decline on record for CFOs’ perceptions of external uncertainty; Brexit and energy risks ease; CFOs see artificial intelligence driving investment and productivity, but are divided on impact on jobs within the workforce.
Deloitte is celebrating ten years of Spring into Deloitte, a two-day programme that introduces undergraduate students to the world of work. Since first launching in April 2013, Deloitte has welcomed over 1,000 students from Universities across the UK to learn about the firm and a career in professional services. Attendees can be fast tracked onto Deloitte’s Summer Vacation Scheme or…
"Accelerating the UK’s global computing capacity” – Deloitte comments on Spring Budget technology announcements
Sarah Lord, partner in Deloitte’s Global Investment & Innovation Incentives team, said:
CFOs rate borrowing as less attractive now than at any time since the financial crisis, with demand for credit flagging CFOs rate credit as being the costliest since 2009 Finance leaders’ perception of risks related to inflation and energy fall CFOs say cost control and cash accumulation are their top balance sheet priorities over the coming 12 months but, on a three-year timeframe,…
Deloitte announces the winners of the 2022 UK Technology Fast 50 awards. The awards recognise and rank the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in the UK, based on average revenue growth over a three-year period, and are sponsored by Multiverse, Oracle NetSuite and BGF.
An estimated 24 million smartphones were kept as spare by UK consumers over the last three years, with a collective value of over £1 billion; Deloitte’s Digital Consumer Trends survey of 4,160 consumers found that two in five phone buyers hold on to their unused phones; In 2022 alone, seven million smartphones, worth over £500 million, will be retained as people upgrade to newer models…
CFOs of the largest UK corporates rate credit as being more costly than at any time since 2010.
Deloitte has opened applications for 35 charities and social enterprises to join the second cohort of Deloitte Digital Connect, a programme that helps charities scale their impact.
Amanda Tickel, head of tax and trade policy at Deloitte, commented:
Flat screen: lockdown tech glee ends as device fatigue and cost of living hit device usage and adoption
Deloitte’s Digital Consumer Trends survey of 4,160 consumers reveals UK digital device ownership and media consumption habits.
With A-Level results now releasing, Deloitte’s BrightStart higher apprenticeship programme is a smart choice for school leavers leaping into the world of work. The BrightStart apprenticeship is an earn-while-you-learn apprenticeship, with the chance to gain professional and degree level qualifications, and was recently ranked in the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employer list.
CFOs expect interest rates to almost double to 2.5% by June 2023, with the majority (86%) anticipating inflation to exceed 2.5% in two-years’ time.