Creating value beyond the deal: technology, media and telecommunications

Three key elements can make even successful deals more fruitful

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Viewed through the lens of value creation from mergers and acquisitions, the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) industry stands out in a critical way. The returns from 'winning' deals are higher than most, because those that are successful tend to be very successful. This is due to the transformative power of technology in shaping the winners and losers of the future.

This report from PwC seeks to understand the factors influencing performance by interviewing over 100 senior executives about their experiences in creating value through M&A, and presenting the insights gleaned from the study and the interviews.

Download it now for a roadmap of how leaders should approach value creation within their organisations to deliver the full return potential on the transaction.

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