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How to use IoT and data to transform the economics of a sport

Cycling has a monetization problem. Velon, with the help of EY teams, is changing this through realtime data and the Internet of Things (IoT).

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15 women selected for EY’s 2019/20 entrepreneurial winning women programme

Johannesburg, South Africa, 23 October 2019. EY today announced its selection of 15 women who will take part in its Entrepreneurial Winning Women programme, South Africa.

23 Oct 2019 Johannesburg ZA

Southern Africa’s top entrepreneurs announced in Johannesburg, South Africa

Southern Africa’s top three entrepreneurs were named at the 22nd Annual EY World Entrepreneur Awards gala dinner in Johannesburg on Wednesday 13 November 2019.

21 Nov 2019 Johannesburg ZA

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Global M&A appetite at 10-year high fueled by portfolio reshaping

Johannesburg, South Africa, 15 April 2019. Despite mounting geopolitical complexities, the appetite for global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) is at a 10-year high, according to the 20th edition of the EY Global Capital Confidence Barometer (CCB), a biannual survey of more than 2,900 senior executives across 47 countries.

15 Apr 2019

Africa’s fintech landscape has grown at an annual rate of approximately 24% over the last 10 years

Johannesburg, South Africa, 17 January 2019. The EY report “FinTechs in Sub-Saharan Africa: An overview of market developments and investment opportunities” reveals that the FinTech landscape in Africa has grown at an annual rate of approximately 24% over the last 10 years — fueled by the continent’s three main hubs of South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria.

17 Jan 2019

South Africa's banks report reasonable growth despite weak economy

Although GDP growth in 2018 remained weak (at 0.8% for the second year consecutively), South Africa’s banks reported double-digit profits growth, and the highest returns (ROE’s) since the global financial crisis.

14 Mar 2019

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