What does it take to fast-track your business from inspiration, to growing enterprise, to major market force?
At EY, we know what it takes to drive sustainable growth because we’ve guided thousands of dynamic, ambitious businesses on the journey from start-up to market leadership.
Our Strategic Growth Markets (SGM) network is dedicated to serving the unique challenges and changing needs of fast-growth companies around the world. We make a difference to your business by accessing and adapting our global organization’s experience, industry capabilities and resources to work for you.
Our SGM professionals thrive on guiding companies through successful initial public offerings (IPOs). In fact, on average, we take a company public every business day of the year.
And, with our SGM network stretching across more than 100 countries, you’ll never outgrow us. Whether your business expands across the country or across the world, we’ll be with you every step of the way.
Find out more about Strategic Growth Markets
Get the most from your IPO
At each stage – whatever your sector, location or chosen market – we have the knowledge, experience and global reach to help you get the most from your IPO.
Supporting youth entrepreneurship across the G20
Our G20 report highlights recommendations and actionable guidance based on best practices adopted by governments.
The EY G20 Entrepreneurship Barometer 2013: UK Spotlight
The UK is one of the top five G20 countries for entrepreneurs, but needs greater collaboration between Government, business and entrepreneurs to retain this spot.
The EY G20 Entrepreneurship Barometer 2013
Together, governments, entrepreneurs and corporations can spur growth across the G20. Find out which countries are getting it right, and which have lessons to learn.
Global VC insights and trends report 2012
2012 was a challenging year for venture capital investment but early signs for 2013 suggest a better year ahead. Read our latest report.
2013 will see improved IPO activity
In the year to date, the amount of capital raised globally as well as the number of deals are both down. But in 2013, we expect a better outlook, with a strengthening US economy leading the recovery, followed by Europe and Asia.