The European Magazine

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Building for a smarter future

The rapid advance in digital technology has brought the city of the future sharply into focus. Len Williams meets the innovators making it happen and analyses the issues shaping the smart city vision

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Pay transparency: What have we got to hide?

Despite the digital age giving rise to a far more open and sharing society, the subject of who earns what within a company remains a sensitive one. Finbarr Toesland looks at whether it’s time for a change

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Thinking big

Alex Katsomitros talks to technology innovator Salim Ismail about the strategies driving exponential organisations

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The call of the wild

Covering more than 40,000 hectares the Balule Nature Reserve offers access to an incredible world of lions, leopards and elephants. Mercedes Amézola went in search of big game, enjoying a little luxury along the way

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Davos 2016: technology takes centre stage

With the world economy refusing to settle, business leaders and politicians in Davos had much to debate. Everyone agreed that technology would continue to shape everything, although exactly how seemed to divide the room. Alex Katsomitros rounds up the discussions

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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2016

International Women’s Day (IWD) has been celebrated since 1911 with activities to mark the economic, political and social achievements of women. Now celebrated annually on 8 March, this year’s campaign theme is Pledge For Parity

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Ensure your business moves with the times

Smart multifunction printers offer an intelligent solution to changing SMB workplace pressures. Tetsuya Kuri, OKI Europe Ltd, outlines how the technology can work for you

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Urban elegance in Milan

Milan may be famous for its fashion scene and football clubs, but this stylish city promises so much more to visitors willing to dig a little deeper. Finbarr Toesland explores

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Not enough hours in the day?

Research linking excessive working hours to poor health is nothing new, yet we continue to push ourselves to the limit. Something doesn’t add up. Finbarr Toesland looks at the argument for a shorter workweek

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Unblocking the future

Alex Katsomitros speaks to Don Tapscott about innovation, leadership and the economic and social impact of technology

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A New Year lift for mind & body

Jo Roberts takes her pick of the world’s luxury spa resorts and looks at the different ways they can see you begin 2016 at the peak of your powers

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Cities of distinction

Ever since 1985 when Athens became Europe’s first Capital of Culture, the award has generated great anticipation for hosts and tourists alike. In 2016 two cities will receive the honour, Gillian Birch checks them out

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RCB Bank Ltd: Banking you can trust

By combining its core values of trust, responsibility and excellence with a solid business model, RCB Bank Ltd has gone from strength to strength to emerge as one of Europe’s most dynamic banks

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Transforming lives across Tanzania

Covenant Bank for Women Tanzania creates innovative products and services to ensure that women, micro and junior entrepreneurs in Tanzania can realise their dreams

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Providing Romania with the energy to grow

As the third biggest energy producer in Romania, Nuclearelectrica is testament to the viability of nuclear to contribute clean, safe power into a nation’s energy mix

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Is Europe creating a digital lottery?

David Mills, CEO, Ricoh Europe, discusses the EU’s Digital Single Market and examines whether standardising Europe online will have
the intended benefits

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