Few people would call office life or home-working their ideal. So why aren’t we using this moment to radically rethink our working lives?
The rise of “retail-tainment” may save the high street from decline.
FDI into the Egyptian capital of Cairo has never fully recovered from the knock it took in the Arab Spring of 2011. However, the city's tech scene is thriving.
The region's two main finance hubs are moving quickly to adopt global best practice on sustainable finance. They recognise policy certainty in this area is necessary to drive investment into companies, particularly given Asia's distinct characteristics.
Tel Aviv’s thriving tech scene has continued to attract foreign investment throughout the pandemic, but labour shortages remain a big challenge.
A majority of European countries have failed to comply with the latest nearly zero-energy buildings standards, which must be revised to make them more harmonised, says the Buildings Performance Institute Europe, a think tank.
The US prime property market has largely recovered from the impact of the pandemic, but data supplied shows some cities have fared better than others.
Real estate investment trust Gecina has completed the landmark green conversion of its entire debt portfolio. Finance head Nicolas Dutreuil explains the rationale and process of the first restructuring of its type in the property sector.
A healthy innovation ecosystem is an increasingly vital element in attracting overseas investment. Creating an innovation-friendly economy is something that Abu Dhabi has placed at the heart of its future development strategy.
A strategic partnership between Abu Dhabi Investment Office and Microsoft for Startups promises to attract, support and empower B2B tech entrepreneurs from across the region.
UK biotech company Sygnature Discovery has opened a new branch in South San Francisco, one of the largest biotech clusters in the world, to better serve customers on the US west coast.
The hybrid events model is not new, but the pandemic has prompted event organisers to reconsider opportunities, trends and value in this marriage of the physical and digital. Nowhere are the possibilities more evident than in Singapore.
As we prepare for the return of business travel, a number of technology innovations in event management may offer a vision of the future for in-person conferences and events. How has Singapore leveraged its tech expertise to find answers to entirely new challenges?