Nearly all of the fastest growing economies in the world are in Asia and Africa. So how can multinationals reap the benefits of these emerging markets?
With a steady GDP growth rate, India will have 140 million new middle-class households by 2030. How will the consumer-facing industries respond to these new customers?
Consumer analysis has revealed how specific our spending patterns are - we like to pick specific products from supermarket shelves. This represents how niche our consumption has become.
Available on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC, 'Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey' lets players travel back in time and play through the evolution of the human race.
There is no credible recycling concept for the billions of tonnes of fast fashion items sold every year.
With impressive growth rates and a youthful population, Ethiopia could be an economic powerhouse if it overcomes its structural problems.
For the second year in a row Vienna, Austria, has been voted top of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index.
Digital business allow innovative firms to meet unmet demand – which is why Africa provides especially fertile ground.
Africa's state of economic development is similar to when internet giant Alibaba started out in China 20 years ago – raw and ripe with potential.
Working with multiple partners, including recyclers, NGOs and schools, the soft drinks corporation is also helping to create income opportunities in the continent.
A new study from the Harvard Business School has shown that increased productivity and lower organizational costs are among the benefits to companies who let their employees work remotely.
In the last year, the UK has dramatically reduced its plastic bag consumption. In 2015, a 5p charge was introduced for every bag used.
From learning when to say no to eating some frogs - here's a few tips to help you manage your time better, according to Dr Travis Bradberry.
Converting just 20% of plastic packaging into reusable alternatives is not just good for the planet - it represents a huge business opportunity. Here are some major benefits for companies...
Artificial intelligence is always evolving. Robots are able to talk, walk, see, hear and smell but they are struggling to feel touch, despite research from MIT and Harvard.