First of all, I would name internationality - I wanted connections, an international team, being able to see a wider context at work. Secondly, I was very tempted by the technology aspect. In law firms, work was more or less related to legal matters, while here, I have the opportunity to offer our clients various technological solutions, to use different digital tools. Of course, PwC's reputation as a big4 firm in the tax field also contributed to the decision.
I'm just curious. When you see the meaning in something, it is easy to do things. For the last few years, it has been a challenge to choose the “most interesting” of the all interesting initiatives, because time resources are not unlimited.
For example, academic initiatives are extremely motivating for me, because it is fun not only to share knowledge, but also to expand my horizons on various topics. In order to teach others, you have to have a very good understanding of what you are talking about, so you always learn something new when preparing for lectures.