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About Deloitte

Deloitte is the brand under which tens of thousands of dedicated professionals in independent firms throughout the world collaborate to provide audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk management, tax, and related services to select clients.

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Latest Deloitte News

Deloitte: Leisure Travel to Take Off This Summer

May 24, 2022

More Americans plan to travel this summer, even as financial concerns replace health concerns for the first time since pandemic began. Key takeaways Travel intent takes off as 6 in 10 Americans plan to travel this summer, up from 5 in 10 last year. Overall travel spend will increase. Among travelers, 28% plan to spend more than in 2019, up 6% compared to 2021, even as consumers grow wary of higher airfares and lodging rates. COVID-related concerns continue to influence travel decisions, although financial concerns are now the top reason among Americans planning to stay home. Although international travel has become significantly more convenient over the past year, only 1 in 8 Americans plan to go abroad this summer as COVID-19 requirements remain unpredictable. Private rental adoption continues to grow. Among the 20% of travelers planning to stay in private rentals, 1 in 7 will use this lodging type for the first time this summer. Spurred by flexible work arrangements, 1 in 5 travelers plan to work during their longest summer trip. “Laptop luggers” plan to take more trips and spend more and exhibit distinctive preferences across travel decisions. Why this matters Summer travel makes a comeback, for many Americans While leisure travel appeared to be on the rebound last summer, the Delta and Omicron variants slowed its comeback. Now, with traveler confidence on the rise, summer 2022 travel will likely surpass both 2021 and pre-pandemic levels, with a desire to spend time with family and friends the main driver for travel. However, financial and health concerns will continue to impact where and how Americans travel. Six in 10 Americans will travel this summer, an increase from last year when 5 in 10 Americans planned the same. Travelers will take an average of two trips this summer with most (83%) planning to stay in hotels and/or rentals. Half (51%) plan to fly, while slightly more plan to take road trips (57%). Only 7% plan to take a cruise. More than one-quarter (28%) of travelers plan to spend significantly more this summer over their 2019 travel budgets for marquee trips, due to higher prices as well as accumulated savings. Meanwhile, 15% plan to spend significantly less; half of those travelers cite financial concerns. Spending time with family and friends is the top motivator for summer travel at 47%, up 13% from 2021. Beaches continue to lead all destinations (32%), followed by cities (29%) and the great outdoors (16%). About two-thirds of travelers (65%) are planning their longest trips for June and July, but roads and skies should be busy all summer with 45% of all trips slated for August or September. Further, trip durations will shrink compared to 2021; for one-third of travelers (32%), the longest trip will last less than one week, up from 22% in 2021. Travelers spread their spend across a variety of travel products Travelers have a variety of options for their summer trips. As trust in the safety of lodging and air travel rises, they are willing to pay for comfort and space, signaling further optimism for travel providers. Nearly half (46%) of Americans will travel and stay in paid lodging, up from 41% in 2021. ·While hotels remain more popular (79%), private rental demand is strong (20%). More than one-third (34%) of summer rental travelers booked a private rental or plan to for the first time, up from 28% in 2021. Further, 7 in 10 of these new rental guests expect to continue staying in rentals for at least half of their trips going forward. ·Younger travelers (18-34 years old) are almost twice as likely to stay in private lodging (26%) as travelers 55 and older (14%). Safety perceptions for air travel are at their highest since the pandemic began. More than half (54%) of Americans feel safe taking a flight this summer, compared to 31% in 2021. ·Nearly half (47%) of travelers will fly for their marquee trip, and 54% are willing to pay for a more comfortable flight experience including first or business class (17%) or other upgrades (37%). One-quarter (27%) of air travelers will fly overseas, with Europe being the most popular destination (49%); followed by Mexico and the Caribbean (28%); Asia (8%); Central/South America (7%); EMEA (6%); and Australia/Oceania (2%). Among international travelers age 55 and older, 6 in 10 plan to visit Europe, versus 4 in 10 younger travelers. Geopolitical developments factor into travel decisions for 6 in 10 travelers. With the rise in air travel, fewer Americans will hit the road this summer: 62% will drive for at least one part of their trip, down from 76% in 2021. Nearly half (48%) are driving shorter distances (four hours or less), up from 33% in 2021. Further, 8 in 10 of these trips will last for a week or less, which could contribute to the rise in shorter-distance road trips. Key quote “This summer, Americans are more ready to travel than they have been since the pandemic began. As they take to the roads and skies, this pent-up demand is driving spending across a variety of travel products. Air travel is set to soar, and demand for both hotels and private rentals is strong. While COVID-19 transmission and financial concerns still factor into travel decisions, travel providers who remain flexible to consumers’ shifting preferences will find new opportunities for their businesses to take off and thrive.” Eileen Crowley , vice chair, Deloitte & Touche LLP and US transportation, hospitality and services attest leader Health concerns decrease as financial worries rise COVID-19 transmission remains an important factor in travel decisions, although its influence is waning. However, financial concerns are high with nearly half of those not traveling citing money as the reason why they will stay home. This summer, finances (44%, up 13% from 2021) replace health as travelers’ main concern (33%, down 10% from 2021). Travelers with a household income under $50K are twice as likely to say they significantly cut travel budgets from 2019, compared to those at higher income levels. Although still a consideration, health factors that play a role in destination selection are all down in influence compared to last year, including crowd avoidance (68%, down 7%), CDC guidelines (65%, down 9%), and social distancing norms (61%, down 13%). Travelers this year are more likely to participate in activities involving sharing space with others, such as dining (up 6%) and visiting attractions (up 2%). Summer travel climbs higher due to workplace flexibility Work-from-home and location-flexible work arrangements are contributing to a new type of leisure traveler—“laptop luggers.” Those who plan to work at least partially when they travel this summer attribute at least one trip to the ability to work remotely. Further, laptop luggers tend to spend more, take longer trips, and travel with larger groups. One in 5 travelers are “laptop luggers” who plan to bring some work along on their vacation, spurring more frequent and longer trips. Among laptop luggers, 3 in 4 say their longest trip will last one to three weeks. In addition, 4 in 5 are extending their trip due to the ability to work remotely, with one-third extending their trip by three to six days. The majority of laptop luggers are younger and wealthier: 18-to-34-year-olds are five times more likely to work on vacation, and those reporting income of more than $100K per year are twice as likely to do so. Four in 10 laptop luggers say their trip budget exceeds pre-pandemic levels, compared to 25% of disconnectors. Laptop luggers will travel in larger groups: 3 in 10 will travel with three to five people, often including children. Laptop luggers, who are twice as likely to stay at private rentals for the first time during the pandemic, are nearly 1.5 times as likely to continue using them in half or more future trips. Overall, the remote work experience surged as a factor in lodging choice. For hotels, the remote working experience increased 12% in influence from 2021, while the space to work inherent in private rentals increased 19% in influence since last year. Key quote “With traveler confidence increasing and health concerns declining, Americans are packing their bags and upgrading their summer trips. However, a rise in financial concerns for some will keep them grounded. At the same time, flexible work arrangements are creating a whole new world of opportunities for travel suppliers to build loyalty among laptop luggers. These travelers are willing to take a meeting and a stroll on the beach during the same trip—and extend their time away in the process.”

Deloitte Investments

15 Investments

Deloitte has made 15 investments. Their latest investment was in Satori Cyber as part of their Incubator/Accelerator on April 4, 2022.

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Deloitte Investments Activity

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Round

Company

Amount

New?

Co-Investors

Sources

4/5/2022

Incubator/Accelerator

Satori Cyber

Yes

1

4/29/2019

Corporate Minority

Fractal

Yes

1

6/19/2018

Biz Plan Competition

More Than One Perspective

$0.01M

Yes

1

6/19/2018

Biz Plan Competition

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$99M

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10

2/8/2018

Seed

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10

Date

4/5/2022

4/29/2019

6/19/2018

6/19/2018

2/8/2018

Round

Incubator/Accelerator

Corporate Minority

Biz Plan Competition

Biz Plan Competition

Seed

Company

Satori Cyber

Fractal

More Than One Perspective

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$99M

$99M

New?

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Deloitte Portfolio Exits

11 Portfolio Exits

Deloitte has 11 portfolio exits. Their latest portfolio exit was GoldenSource on May 17, 2022.

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Exit

Companies

Valuation
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5/17/2022

Acq - Fin

1

2/16/2021

Divestiture

3

12/17/2020

Divestiture

3

12/6/2019

Acquired - II

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10/7/2019

Divestiture

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Date

5/17/2022

2/16/2021

12/17/2020

12/6/2019

10/7/2019

Exit

Acq - Fin

Divestiture

Divestiture

Acquired - II

Divestiture

Companies

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Deloitte Acquisitions

107 Acquisitions

Deloitte acquired 107 companies. Their latest acquisition was Advanced Analytic Service on May 18, 2022.

Date

Investment Stage

Companies

Valuation
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Total Funding

Note

Sources

5/18/2022

Series A

$99M

Acquired

2

5/10/2022

$99M

Acquired

2

5/9/2022

$99M

Acquired

1

4/28/2022

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4/12/2022

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$99M

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10

Date

5/18/2022

5/10/2022

5/9/2022

4/28/2022

4/12/2022

Investment Stage

Series A

Companies

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$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

$99M

Total Funding

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Acquired

Acquired

Acquired

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Deloitte Fund History

2 Fund Histories

Deloitte has 2 funds, including Deloitte Innovation Fund.

Closing Date

Fund

Fund Type

Status

Amount

Sources

8/5/2017

Deloitte Innovation Fund

1

11/17/2014

Deloitte Employee Startup Fund

$99M

10

Closing Date

8/5/2017

11/17/2014

Fund

Deloitte Innovation Fund

Deloitte Employee Startup Fund

Fund Type

Status

Amount

$99M

Sources

1

10

Deloitte Partners & Customers

10 Partners and customers

Deloitte has 10 strategic partners and customers. Deloitte recently partnered with CubicFarm Systems on May 5, 2022.

Date

Type

Business Partner

Country

News Snippet

Sources

5/17/2022

Partner

Canada

07:30 EDT CubicFarms and Deloitte Join Forces on New Carbon Commercialization Program

VANCOUVER , BC> , May 17 , 2022 / CNW / - Building on university research confirming greenhouse gas emission reductions from using its indoor growing technologies , CubicFarm ® Systems Corp. , a leading local chain agricultural technology company , today announced that its HydroGreen division has entered into an agreement with Deloitte LLP to develop a carbon commercialization program designed to provide high-quality carbon credits to a fast-growing global market .

1

5/16/2022

Partner

United States

Palo Alto Networks (PANW) And Deloitte Expand Existing Strategic Alliance

Palo Alto Networks and Deloitte have announced the expansion of their existing strategic alliance .

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5/16/2022

Partner

United States

Palo Alto Networks, Deloitte Offering Managed Security Services

Deloitte and Palo Alto Networks announced their strategic alliance last July .

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5/6/2022

Partner

United States

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5/5/2022

Partner

United States

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Date

5/17/2022

5/16/2022

5/16/2022

5/6/2022

5/5/2022

Type

Partner

Partner

Partner

Partner

Partner

Business Partner

Country

Canada

United States

United States

United States

United States

News Snippet

07:30 EDT CubicFarms and Deloitte Join Forces on New Carbon Commercialization Program

VANCOUVER , BC> , May 17 , 2022 / CNW / - Building on university research confirming greenhouse gas emission reductions from using its indoor growing technologies , CubicFarm ® Systems Corp. , a leading local chain agricultural technology company , today announced that its HydroGreen division has entered into an agreement with Deloitte LLP to develop a carbon commercialization program designed to provide high-quality carbon credits to a fast-growing global market .

Palo Alto Networks (PANW) And Deloitte Expand Existing Strategic Alliance

Palo Alto Networks and Deloitte have announced the expansion of their existing strategic alliance .

Palo Alto Networks, Deloitte Offering Managed Security Services

Deloitte and Palo Alto Networks announced their strategic alliance last July .

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Deloitte Service Providers

1 Service Provider

Deloitte has 1 service provider relationship

Service Provider

Associated Rounds

Provider Type

Service Type

Acquired - III

Investment Bank

Financial Advisor

Service Provider

Associated Rounds

Acquired - III

Provider Type

Investment Bank

Service Type

Financial Advisor

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Deloitte Team

117 Team Members

Deloitte has 117 team members, including current Chief Executive Officer, Chief Information Officer, John Powers.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Lisa Ethans

Founder

Current

Jan Niklas Keltsch PhD

Founder

Current

Florian Quarré

Founder

Current

John Powers

U.S. Army, and LexisNexis

Chief Executive Officer, Chief Information Officer

Current

Jim Quigley

Chief Executive Officer

Current

Name

Lisa Ethans

Jan Niklas Keltsch PhD

Florian Quarré

John Powers

Jim Quigley

Work History

U.S. Army, and LexisNexis

Title

Founder

Founder

Founder

Chief Executive Officer, Chief Information Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Status

Current

Current

Current

Current

Current

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