In this webcast, panelists discuss the impact of global business trends on multi-hub operating models.
Global business trends including digital or technology-driven transformation, growth in direct-to-consumer models, hybrid working models and resilient supply chain initiatives are challenging traditional highly centralized single entrepreneur tax models. These challenges build on pressures from global tax reforms following the BEPS project which have seen a surge in tax controversy and increasing costs to support such models. A “race to the middle” on global tax rates reinforced by the new global minimum tax proposals is adding further impetus to change.
In this 60-minute webcast, our panellists discuss:
- Future vs. current state business models
- Why and when multi-hub models can bring value as a response to current trends
- Practical experiences of how multi-hub models can contribute to a more sustainable long-term model and deliver a range of business benefits