Slovenia: Europe’s closest answer to a natural paradise

Blessed with stunning mountains, lakes, rivers and coast, Slovenia is not surprisingly enjoying record-breaking levels of tourism arrivals and revenues

An interview with ENGIE Impact CEO Mathias Lelievre

We spoke to Mathias Lelievre, CEO of the newly formed ENGIE Impact, to see how the organisation is positioning itself as a go-to sustainability consultant

Opinion: Is the Euro becoming a threat to democracies?

Nathalie Janson, Economist and Associate Professor at Neoma Business School, gives her view on 20 years of the euro currency

What can CIOs learn from F1 teams?

Owen Pettifrod, SAP Architect and SAP Mentor at Syniti, looks at how F1 practice can be taken into the corporate boardroom

Q&A: Former OMV Exec Manfred Leitner discusses the future of low carbon technologies

Manfred Leitner talks about the future of alternative fuels, OMV’s low carbon technologies, political situation around NordStream 2 and his football career

Portugal's 2027 vision to become one of the most sustainable tourist destinations in the world

The 2027 Sustainable Tourism Strategy will focus on Economic, Social and Environmental framework to position Portugal as one of the most competitive and sustainable tourist destinations in the world.

John Luck on Carabao’s challenge to the UK energy drinks establishment

Carabao’s John Luck is enjoying the role of challenger to the UK energy drinks establishment, the Chief Marketing Officer revelling in the freedom to take risks and be different

Exclusive: How Tetra Pak is helping to turn the tide on plastics

Tetra Pak ups the ante by approaching the challenge posed by plastics with a progressive mindset. Erik Lindroth, Sustainability Director, explains how

How Inchcape is transforming the dynamics of the global shipping industry

By adding a global, technology-enabled layer of transparency to shipping agency operations, Inchcape Shipping Services continues to gain the trust of clients to manage their vessels and cargo the world over

Business travel guide: Lisbon, Portugal

Decimated by a cataclysmic series of earthquakes in 1755, Lisbon has been rebuilt into a national hub of economic and cultural activity on the Tagus River

Event preview: Jeddah Health 2019

What to expect from the next edition of Jeddah Health, Saudi Arabia's leading healthcare exhibition

What can a zombie apocalypse, gorilla and kids teach us about innovation?

World renowned author Carla Johnson explores how companies can and should successfully innovate by finding inspiration

Q&A: Claire Carter, Lenovo’s Marketing Director for MEA

Lenovo's Clair Carter discusses the need to encourage more women into tech roles and how her company is leading the way

UK manufacturers turn to existing people and processes to drive productivity

UK manufacturers are developing their own workforces in response to a chronic shortage of suitable people coming into the sector – a key factor hampering growth aspirations.

Expert Eye: Accenture on how Tesla got it right

Two Senior Managing Directors at Accenture spoke with a former Tesla software engineer about the automotive specialist’s rise to pre-eminence

Ask the execs: If you could offer one piece of advice for a young entrepreneur entering your industry, what would it be?

Key executives from a range of industries offer their advice to budding businessmen and women

City of Helsinki launches local sustainability programme

The Think Sustainably service empowers residents and visitors to make informed daily choices, rating the Finnish capital’s restaurants, attractions, shops and accommodation against bespoke sustainability criteria.

Opinion: Why the future of construction is modular

Why the UK is need of modular innovation in the construction industry

IBM and Wimbledon: From Data Deuce to Analytical Advantage

IBM is compiling point by point statistics to create one of the sport’s leading analytical cloud databases: the Wimbledon Information System