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Are ICOs the new future of start-ups?

The term Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is a common buzzword in investment circles these days. While these ICOs are distant cousins of IPOs (in the sense that both share the objective of helping firms raise capital from various sources), their likely timing and means of achieving funds are quite different.

Mazars | Xero

Mazars has partnered with Xero to provide clients with best in class cloud based accountancy software. Xero is a platform on which a company can manage its entire business, both for finance and accounting as well as inventory management, point of sale or project management. The seamless, cross-border experience they provide is world class – one contract, one fee structure and one software solution.

2017 Mazars Global Water Risk Survey

Is your business taking water for granted? Today's water might be tomorrow's oil. In 2016 alone, businesses may be facing water-related impacts worth $14 billion. This is more than five times the $2.6 billion reported the previous year*.

Mazars Sponsors Innovate 4 Water in Geneva

Mazars sponsored Innovate for Water, a matchmaking forum for sustainable development, co-organized by Waterpreneurs, WaterVent and the United Nations World Intellectual Property Organization’s WIPO GREEN in Geneva on 8-9 June, 2017.

The Future of Financial Services: Transforming an industry

In partnership with the Economist Intelligence Unit, Mazars has developed a unique programme of thought leadership to examine the current challenges the Financial Services industry is facing. The series of articles focuses on the current transformation of the financial services industry and its likely shape in the future from three different but related perspectives: technological, regulatory and business model transformation.

Leadership in Corporate Culture: Survey and Report 2017

Corporate culture is now at the top of today's business agenda and is cited in equal measure as the cause of success as much as failure. It is well documented that the tone at the top has an impact on corporate culture – but what does that mean? What action are boards and leadership teams taking about corporate culture and how connected are they to the ‘real situation’ within their companies and organisations?

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