Now that many workers have realised that they don't have to live within an (often sweaty) commute of their workplace, the importance of a location's liveability is surging in importance, writes eutopia's Judith O'Doherty.
Investments in green buildings, smart transportation and smart city technology can make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable, which is the UN’s 11th Sustainable Development Goal.
Social media would have you believe that snowflakes, Karens and TikTokers can't work together, but, as Ruth Strachan describes, there is more that unites the generations than divides them.
The UK is reported to be experiencing a post-Covid and Brexit labour shortage, but a closer look at the data shows that these twin factors are not necessarily the culprits.
Many manufacturers are keen to embrace digital transformation, but which technologies should they invest in and which countries are winning the 'digital race'?
Finland has emerged as a prime destination for research, development and innovation, but how is the country going to new lengths to incentivise foreign investors to choose Finland as a base for innovation – and which sectors stand to gain the most?
Sub-Saharan Africa wasn't hit as badly by the Covid-19 pandemic as many had feared, and now rising commodity prices have raised hopes of a better-than-expected rebound.
Putting socio-economic diversity at the forefront of recruitment selection can be a game changer for multinational enterprises.
Remote working has taken centre stage during the Covid-19 pandemic, and a new generation of digital nomads has emerged. This could have serious ramifications for companies and investors.
The Finns consistently rank ahead of their larger neighbours when it comes to attracting inward investment, but changing investor priorities mean a new set of challenges and opportunities in the FDI space. How is the country overcoming preconceptions about the Nordic economies, and continuing to build upon past success?