Mazars' unique, integrated, international partnership continues to grow. In early January, two new countries - Colombia and Uganda - joined the partnership, which now includes 86 countries and territories. The group aims to achieve more than 2 billion euros in revenues by 2020, up from 1.5 billion euros today.
Members of the last two cycles of “The Next MBA, pioneered by Mazars”, recently received their diplomas. The graduation ceremony took place during the 20th edition of La Cité de la Réussite, which was held on 18-19 November at the Sorbonne University in Paris.
The 20th edition of La Cité de la Réussite was held on 18-19 November at the Sorbonne university, bringing together 150 participants around 50 debates on the theme of Transmission.
Mazars keeps developing digital transformation services with the acquisition of prescriptive analytics specialist Zettafox
Mazars, an international group specialised in audit, consulting and accounting, tax and legal services, is proud to announce the acquisition of prescriptive analytics and data science specialist Zettafox. Zettafox’s three co-founders and managers, Patrick Zerbib, Marc Atallah and Luis Belmar Letelier, are to become Partners within Mazars France.
Geneva, 21st March 2017 - On the occasion of the 2017 edition of the Africa CEO Forum, Mazars, the integrated and independent international organisation specialising in audit and advisory services, reveals the findings of its latest study “Unleashing Africa’s Corporate Innovation Potential: Navigating intrapreneurship and open innovation paths across the continent”. Propelled forward thanks to intrapreneurship and innovation, Africa is today at a turning point in its transformation. Throughout this study, Mazars set off to meet both entrepreneurs and companies that have developed local, innovative and pragmatic initiatives.
70% of the Millennials in Africa expect to achieve a role in the C-suite during their working life. How can today's leaders leverage the Gen Y's ambitions and sustain them over the long-term?
Singapore, October 30, 2015 - Mazars is proud to announce the winners of the #MazarsforGood Innovation Challenge 2015 in its 3 categories: "How can companies do better for employees?", "How can companies do better for society?" and "How can companies do better business?". Each team wins USD 20,000 to develop and scale their initiative. Launched at the end of January 2015, the #MazarsforGood Innovation Challenge symbolizes Mazars' principles of innovation, sustainability and entrepreneurship while engaging and supporting the leaders of tomorrow for the future of good business.
A new report published by Mazars and The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) shows that a large majority of executives (83%) believe that human rights are a matter for businesses, not just for governments.
Singapore, February 9th, 2015: The #MazarsforGood Innovation Challenge is an opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs from 20 to 30 years old to make an impact with an innovative product, service or process that can transform companies for good. Participants are asked to team up and choose a category for which they want to change corporates: “you, the employee”, “society” or “business”.
Mazars has commissioned The Economist Intelligence Unit to conduct a survey on Business and Human Rights
An alliance of organisations, of which Mazars is a part, has commissioned The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) to carry out a global programme of research to build understanding of business awareness, commitment and progress regarding human rights.