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Big Four Company KPMG to Investigate New Business Models in the Metaverse – Metaverse Bitcoin News

KPMG, one of the “big four” consulting and auditing firms, appoints new head of metaverse futures. The new position, which will be filled by Alyse Sue, will be dedicated to implementing technologies such as metaverse and cryptography to find new business models for the company, as other big four companies are already doing.

KPMG focuses on the metaverse

The metaverse attracts the attention of many large institutions, which are currently studying the future of this technology to offer services based on it. KPMG, one of the largest firms in the audit industry, has appointed a new Head of Metaverse Futures, with the aim of launching new business models based on cryptocurrency and Metaverse technology.

The new position will be filled by Alyse Sue, who has a background in software engineering and has already been involved in the creation of two Web3-related startups: Transhuman Coin and Futrdao. Sue will be responsible for developing this new area in the business, analyzing customer ideas and needs around the metaverse.

Sue believes that we are at the beginning of the demand for this type of service and that companies are still investigating the applications of these technologies. She said:

Companies are looking for subject matter expertise to guide them on how they can use the metaverse to discover new use cases or new revenue generators for their business and how they can engage new target markets.

A metaverse goal

While Sue is primarily responsible for future Metaverses, the company already has an idea of ​​what tasks this new division will explore. According to James Mabbott, head of the future of KPMG, the company is receiving an “ever-increasing number of requests” regarding clients and the use of metaverse and Web3 technologies, so it expects more new business models arise from these interactions.

KPMG is optimistic about the future of metaverse technology and how much revenue it could make from offering these services in the future. Sue said:

My goal is to build a multi-million dollar business for KPMG by 2025. What that exact number means remains to be seen, but we are looking to build a sustainable business by then.

Other big four companies have already jumped on the metaverse bandwagon. On October 26, EY announced that it was introducing metaverse functionality for its Wavespace group utility app, allowing customers to meet in the metaverse.

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Sergio Goschenko

Sergio is a cryptocurrency journalist based in Venezuela. He describes himself as late in the game, entering the cryptosphere when the price spike happened in December 2017. Having a background in computer engineering, living in Venezuela and impacted by the cryptocurrency boom at the social, it offers a different point of view. on the success of crypto and how it helps the unbanked and underserved.

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