It was a wonderful night at Makedonska Filharmonija, spent together in the great company of PwC’s clients, friends and team-members.
The magical atmosphere was largely due also to the special guests of the night for the entertainment part, the band Kalevala and Ljubojna, and the host Ognen Janeski.
Digital Transformation is one of the buzz-phrases of the past couple of years, and Mr. Dejan Ljushtina, Southern Cluster Technology, Media and Telecoms Leader devoted a few words on PwC’s focus on going digital, and presenting the global and regional trends in technology, media and digital.
PwC Macedonia has always been striving to be a charitable company putting the stress on positive social changes and corporate social responsibility. The famous local artists, Vane and Meri Kosturanovi were our special guests for the Anniversary, and contributed to our charity auction, centered around their works of art. Most of the funds raised will be donated to build Macedonia’s first Sensory Garden at the Dimitar Vlahov School for sight impaired children in Skopje. This project is realized in collaboration with the American Chamber of Commerce.
The PwC Global Chairman, Mr. Bob Moritz and the PwC CEO for CEE, Ms. Olga Grygier – Siddons also sent their video-greetings, with a special word of congratulation to Mr. Ljube Gjorgjievski, Country Managing Director and General Manager, for his personal 25th Anniversary in PwC Macedonia. They also wished warm welcome to Mr. Petko Dimitrov, who recently took over the role of a Managing Partner for Macedonia, Albania and Kosovo.
Everyone at PwC Macedonia is proud to be part of this 25years long journey, and we are all grateful to all our clients and friends having trust in us. Trust, which we would aim to maintain for many decades ahead.
About PwC Macedonia:
In 1992 Price Waterhouse and Coopers & Lybrand established their office in Macedonia and this created the foundations of a successful business story that we are proud to present today.
PwC Macedonia is a recognizable company and partner of the largest domestic and multinational companies operating in our country. More than 70 experts, including partners, are working daily on solving complex business issues in Macedonia, focusing on providing innovative tips and solutions for specific customer needs, and thus at the very top of the intellectual services sector in the country, and beyond. Our client portfolio includes some of the biggest companies on the Macedonian market and in the region as well.
At PwC, our purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems. PwC is a network of firms in 158 countries with more than 236,000 people who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, advisory and tax services.
PwC has been active in Central and Eastern Europe for the past 25 years. PwC Central and Eastern Europe (PwC CEE) is a network of firms, consisting of separate legal entities in accordance with applicable local laws and regulations. We work to help our clients in local markets become more successful and globally competitive. Today we have more than 9,500 people, including 275 partners, working in 56 offices across 29 countries in the region.