NAIROBI, Kenya, September 8 – Private Company Services (PCS), a business unit of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has renamed its Africa unit to PricewaterhouseCoopers Private (PwC Private).
Offering the same service, the new name differentiates “Private” as a community of trusted business advisors who provide tailored advice, solutions and experiences for small, medium and large businesses.
The need to rebrand was driven by the growth that many famous companies and brands have experienced, having started as small family businesses, growing from humble beginnings to the giants they are today.
“There’s never been a better time to take things to the next level and at PwC Private, we help our clients always look to the future by connecting them with the right people, the right capabilities and the right technology to get them wherever they are “for them,” said Michael Mugasa, PwC Private Leader for the East Market area.
PwC Private’s distinctive approach to its clients ensures that their business is not just a job, but a life and a future that must be maintained to stay ahead of others.
The firm has further invited entrepreneurs from various organizations regardless of their size and business owners in Africa to be part of the PwC private team.
PwC is a network of companies operating in 155 countries, 32 of them being African countries with more than 327,000 people committed to providing quality assurance, advisory and tax services.