Cybersecurity at the Qatar 2022 World Cup: The threat and response

Why cybersecurity must be taken as seriously as physical security at the next FIFA World Cup, to be held in Qatar in 2022

Why Helsinki is a destination that impresses

With its east-meets-west aesthetic, artistic neighbourhoods and stunning natural surroundings, Helsinki should be on your bucket list

Bordeaux: A feast for the senses

An elegant city with a great gastronomic scene, world class wines and a fantastic urban energy – what’s not to love about Bordeaux?

Expert Eye: Qatar’s quest to innovate for the future

Yosouf Abdulrahman Saleh, Executive Director of Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP), discusses the country’s drive to become a world leader in research and innovation

European Mining Convention: Where European mining meets the world

EMC 2019 is an inaugural event that will bring together mining ministries and associations, CEOs, key decision makers, mining leaders, policymakers, investors and innovators

Q&A: Mapping out the prospects of driverless vehicles

Mobica’s Wolfram Ries and Stefan Marxreiter map out the prospects of autonomous vehicles – the benefits, the challenges and the current timeline

How AgrosMilk is ensuring farmers across Western Europe are paid properly

AgrosMilk’s portal is used by companies all over Western Europe to ensure proper management of payments to suppliers, vital for farmers who often work on narrow margins

DORIS: Powered by people, synergy and a fit-for-purpose approach

Working with some of the world’s largest energy players, DORIS has become a well-established and critical engineering support partner on landmark projects across the globe

Naples: A slice of Italian culture

A soulful city stretching from the sea to the volcano, Naples offers a wealth of cultural attractions, from catacombs to churches

How Finland and the UAE are pursuing happiness

For the second year in a row, Finland has been awarded the coveted title of being the World’s Happiest Country, outranking neighbouring Nordic countries

Why the shipping industry must bridge the gender divide

Just two percent of shipping industry employees are women, and 94 percent of them work in the cruise subsector. Sylvia Boer presses the case for levelling the playing field

Prague: A fairy tale city steeped in culture and romance

Home to a blossoming business environment and booming tourism industry, the Czech capital equally remains a fairy tale city steeped in culture and romance

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