It sounds cliché, but the world really is getting smaller. In an increasingly globalised marketplace – helped greatly by the internet – it’s never been easier for businesses to tap into the international – not just local – community. Businesses in the UK may use Skype to communicate with their sister company in China, and e-commerce has helped small local business open their doors to the world.
Schofield has worked for PwC for 26 years, during that time he has completed three international assignments, one in Australia, Russia and the Czech Republic. As a Partner at PwC he offers both HR and Global Mobility related advisory services.
Voted the top graduate employer for a record-breaking ninth consecutive year, PwC is welcoming the last of the 1,200 new graduate joiners through its doors this October. With over 22,000 applications received for graduate roles starting this year, the aspiring accountants faced stiff competition to secure their place. Across all student programmes, the firm received…