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Deloitte Central Europe Top 500

Insights into the heart of Europe 2008

2008 CE Top 500 rankings report

The Central Europe (CE) Top 500 is a ranking compiled by Deloitte Central Europe of the 500 largest companies in the region. The rankings are based upon publicly available information.  Read more about the methodology used in compiling the report.

The CE Top 500 ranking provides an essential map of the challenges that face enterprises and managers in the region. The rankings are accompanied by commentaries on industry trends and a series of conversations with CEOs from leading Central European organizations, who rarely have the opportunity to air their views as a group. The interviews reveal a surprising consensus among executives regarding the main problems their companies face. One particular area of concern is the quality and innovative abilities of Central Europe's workforce, which is becoming more expensive as talent grows more scarce.

Central European Top 500 report highlights:

  • Executive summary
  • Overview of regional trends and analysis of the Central European market
  • CE Top 500 rankings and commentary
  • Industry reviews:
    • Banking
    • Insurance
    • Construction
    • Energy and resources
    • Manufacturing
    • Pharmaceuticals
    • Technology, media and telecommunications
  • In-depth interviews with senior executives

To download the full report visit: www.deloitte.com/cetop500 

About Deloitte Central Europe
Deloitte Central Europe refers to a regional organization of entities organized under the umbrella of Deloitte Central Europe Holdings Limited, the member firm in Central Europe of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. Services are provided by the subsidiaries and affiliates of Deloitte Central Europe Holdings Limited, which are separate and independent legal entities.

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