World renowned author Carla Johnson explores how companies can and should successfully innovate by finding inspiration
Lenovo's Clair Carter discusses the need to encourage more women into tech roles and how her company is leading the way
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.
Two Senior Managing Directors at Accenture spoke with a former Tesla software engineer about the automotive specialist’s rise to pre-eminence
Key executives from a range of industries offer their advice to budding businessmen and women
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.
Why the UK is need of modular innovation in the construction industry
IBM is compiling point by point statistics to create one of the sport’s leading analytical cloud databases: the Wimbledon Information System
A platform built to enhance technological cooperation and accelerate financial progression, the FinTech Alliance is upholding a thriving digital environment
An interview with Gianluca Di Tondo, Senior Director, Global Heineken Brand
A partnership now 30 years in the making, IBM and Wimbledon have made huge strides in how information is obtained and distributed. We went behind the scenes at SW19 to find out more
MINEX Europe Forum will bring together delegates from the countries of the Balkans region as well as wider Europe and overseas
As technological advancements in the financial sector continue to excel, a fine line between competition and collaboration is emerging. Igor Pejic discusses
In the eyes of thyssenkrupp Elevator and MULTI, circular elevator systems will be crucial if we are to effectively sustain rapidly rising urban populations
Munich Airport’s upcoming innovation centre LabCampus is looking to produce a blueprint for the city of the future
Mining Investment Europe, set to take place in Frankfurt, Germany between June 18-19, will see 250 attendees from 20 countries come together to develop new partnerships, new business and new opportunities.
As the UK’s departure from the European Union continues to be delayed, research into the possible impact of Brexit on automotive and technology sectors reveals varying sentiments