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PwC sets foot in Odisha promises 10 000 more jobs in India over the next 5 years

Bhubaneswar15/6/22:: PwC India is opening its new office at DLF Cyber City, Patia, Bhubaneswar. PwC aims to tap into the multi-skilled talent pool of the state and neighboring regions. This expansion is in line with the firm’s commitment to creating 10,000 additional jobs in the country over the next 5 years, as part of its new strategy, The New Equation.

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Mr. Sanjeev Krishan, Chairman, PwC in India said: ‘‘Our talent pool is no longer centered in metro cities, and we are looking to leverage the wealth of skilled professionals in other cities too. Odisha’s rich education system produces a large number of engineers, law and management graduates every year. In addition, the state is a preferred investment destination and home to some of India’s leading organizations, be it conglomerates, technology majors, PSUs or home-grown companies. Many of them are our clients who can now be locally serviced as well.”

Hailing the state’s burgeoning ecosystem for business growth, Mr. Sanjeev Krishan emphasised that the Bhubaneswar office is a testament to our commitment to India’s growth story.

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The new office in Bhubaneswar will be a flexible, multi-use office serving clients in the region. Apart from Bhubaneswar, the firm recently expanded its operations in Jaipur. It will also open branch offices in Noida and Thane in the year ahead.

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