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    PwC and AIESEC Partnership Overview 2011 PwC and AIESEC Partnership Overview 2011 Presentation Transcript

    • www.pwc.comPwC-AIESEC Partnership Global Overview Report 2011
    • Agenda• Key facts about AIESEC• Why PwC has been partnering with AIESEC since 1973? • Brand Awareness • Sourcing Talent • Corporate Responsibility• Global Partnership • Benefits and Concrete Involvement• National Partnerships • Concrete collaborations• Key facts of the partnership with AIESEC? • Brand Awareness • Sourcing TalentPwC
    • Why PwC has been partneringKey facts about AIESEC with AIESEC since 1973? AIESEC is the biggest student-run organisation in the world. Brand Awareness Provides Leadership Development Programmes and Global Internships for students and graduates. Founded in 1948 Sourcing Talents Offices in 2,100 Universities Corporate Responsibility Present in 110 Countries and territories 54.000 Members in FY2011 945,000 AlumniPwC
    • Global Partnership | Brand AwarenessWhy How PwC at the global level offers a financial contribution to AIESEC Brand Awareness International and work together on the following initiatives: International Congress • The biggest youth leadership conference in the world (500 delegates) • Workshop (90 min , 50 delegates) • Partership Presentation (30 min, 500 delegates) Global Leaders SummitExposure of the PwC brand as Employer • Global conference (200 delegates)of Choice among 54,000 students and • Workshop (90min, 50 delegates)graduates from 2,100 universities. WENA ER/Finance Summit • Regional conference (80 delegates) • Workshop (90min, 50 delegates) + Bonus 5-10 AIESEC Country Meetings in all events. Branding during the events. Global Alumni Awards CeremonyDevelopment of a positive bias towards • During the International CongressPwC in a large and compact network of • 700 guests Alumni and AIESEC MembersAIESEC Alumni, AIESEC Members and their Global Partners Dinnerconnections. • During the International Congress • Networking with 100 company representatives)PwC brand is associated with Global Sustainability Partnershipsustainable development. • Financial Sustainability Award Ceremony (30min, 300 members) • 6 webinary delivered monthly by PwC reresentatives on Sustainable Finances (60 members/webinar)PwC
    • Global Partnership | Sourcing TalentsWhy How PwC at the global level offers a financial contribution to AIESEC Sourcing Talents International and work together on the following initiatives: Ability to bring students and graduates on flexible internships. Access to students targeted by PwC: • Diverse backgrounds: Finance, IT, Project management, Business Administration etc. • Good academic background • Extracurricular and international AIESEC’s Global Internship Programme experience (1-4 years leadership and • Access to the centralized online platform to communicate directly with the targeted members and develop internal promotional pages (wiki, team management experience) classified) • Outstanding attitude: Open-minded, • AIESEC International involvement in developing new partnerships. proactive, socially responsible . • Through the Global Partnership PwC supports the local firms to take AIESEC interns by covering the costs with the Brand exposure in the AIESEC Network High retention ratio after the and access to the internal platform where all AIESEC members are registered. • The local PwC firm will pay only the recruitment fee to the local AIESEC branch internship which can be a sponsorship because AIESEC is registered as a charity. • 85% of the interns remain at PwC) Positive experience with previous AIESEC interns. +700 AIESEC Alumni working at PwC • We believe that aprox 1500 are PwC employee but wehave contacts from only 700 at the momentPwC
    • National Partnerships The territories have separate financial contributions to Local Offices – estimated to $450000 in FY2011. PwC local firms work with local AIESEC offices on the following initatives : Brand Awareness Sourcing Talents Corporate Responsibility 49 National and local conferences 54 AIESEC interns in FY2011 38 Boards of AdvisorsNational Partnerships • Workshops and awards. • Diverse backgrounds, good • PwC is part of the Board of • Interact with members academic background, Advisory for 38 AIESEC extracurricular and international countries. 62 Campus events in universities experience, Outstanding attitude. • Workshop, company presentation, 15 Audit Service assesment days • PwC provide Audit service to • Interact with students and graduates. Pilot projects involving 15 AIESEC countries. international exchange 21 Career Fairs participants. Mentorship and Coaching • Expose the PwC stands, deliver • Middle East and Asia regions • PwC offers mentorship and presentation, interviews. coaching for 40 AIESEC • Interact with students and graduates. countries. 10 Alumni Initiatives The leading countries in Social engagement • Sponsor Alumni events. taking AIESEC Interns are: • In Egypt PwC supports Blood • Interact with AIESEC Alumni for • Mexico, Germany, UK, Italy, US donation initiatives. recruitment and business opportunities. and Egypt. Trainings • PwC deliver 54 trainings for 53 National partnerships: AIESEC members. • Germany, Italy, China, Mexico, Oman, UAE, UK and Poland. PwC
    • Key facts of the partnership with AIESEC? | Brand Awareness Brand Awareness Would you be interested in working for this company in the future? 81% PwC is first choice for of No 16% the AIESEC members, out of all Global Partners of AIESEC Yes 84% 84 International. Survey taken at the International Congress 2010 Exposure to54,000 National Partner in students and graduates (members 53 Countries with exposure as of AIESEC from 1,200 universities) a Graduate Employer in 920 Universities PwC is officially the 362 AIESEC Supporters* Sustainability Partner of in PwC *AIESEC Supporters in PwC are PwC employees who AIESEC International in are involved in the partnership with AIESEC and who are 2011 furthering this relationship.PwC
    • Key facts of the partnership with AIESEC? | Sourcing Talents Sourcing Talents 14 PwC firms took AIESEC PwC firms take an avg. of 50 Interns in FY2011. (Austria, Egypt, interns anually (54 in FY2011) Belgium,Germany, Mexico,UK, Italy, US, Hong Kong. Ghana) 10% AIESEC Alumni working 85% retention rate of interns at PwC are part of the Sustainability Consultancy area. in PwC +700 Alumni 3 TSPs (CEO) working at PwC 32 Partners 48 DirectorsPwC
    • All illustrative charts and numbers used in this presentationare based on the Annual Partnership Survey 2011 which wasconducted with each of the AIESEC territories partneringwith PwC.For more information or support to start a collaboration between PwC and AIESEC local chapter donot hesitate to contact the AIESEC Global Coordinator who is based in Belgium:Claudia CalinescuPwC | AIESEC CoordinatorDirect: +32 2 7104154 | Mobile: +32 491 721460 | Fax: +32 2 7104299Email: claudia.calinescu@pwc.bePwC Belgium bcvbaThis publication has been prepared for general guidance on matters of interest only, and does not constituteprofessional advice. You should not act upon the information contained in this publication without obtainingspecific professional advice. No representation or warranty (express or implied) is given as to the accuracy orcompleteness of the information contained in this publication, and, to the extent permitted by law,PricewaterhouseCoopers does not accept or assume any liability, responsibility or duty of care for any consequencesof you or anyone else acting, or refraining to act, in reliance on the information contained in this publication or forany decision based on it.© 2008 PricewaterhouseCoopers. All rights reserved. “PricewaterhouseCoopers” refers to the network of memberfirms of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited, each of which is a separate and independent legal entity.PwC