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Deloitte 2011 Annual Review: A borderless network

By Global blog team - November 03, 2011

Today Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited proudly debuts the Deloitte 2011 Annual Review.

The 2011 Annual Review celebrates the achievements and potential of Deloitte’s global network and showcases examples of “A borderless network” across three spheres:

  • Insightful dedication and service to Deloitte member firm clients
  • The development and deployment of Deloitte global and member firm people
  • An ongoing commitment to innovation, quality, and growth

The interactive Annual Review website illustrates these topics with messages from DTTL leaders, engaging stories, milestones from around the world, and member firm revenue results and key measurements from fiscal year 2011.

The specially designed site is also tablet- and mobile-friendly, making the 2011 Annual Review even easier to access and share.

View DTTL Global CEO Barry Salzberg’s introductory message below and visit the Deloitte 2011 Annual Review site to learn more about Deloitte member firm clients, people, and communities around the world.

In the coming weeks we will also be featuring blog articles from DTTL and Deloitte member firm leaders providing additional perspectives on stories from the Annual Review.

Share your thoughts with us by commenting here or tweet us your favorite stories.


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