The European Magazine


48 hours in Barcelona

Sherrelle Jacobs shows there are plenty of ways to immerse yourself in the very best Barcelona has to offer, even if you only have a couple of days


Now we’re talking

Business schools prepare their students for a globalised digital economy by focusing on a multitude of languages, and not all of them human. Alex Katsomitros examines the current trends and opportunities


The secret to success for SMEs

Following 2014’s European SME Week, David Binks, President for EMEA, FedEx Express, reveals why SMEs will continue to miss out on growth potential unless they adopt a fresh way of thinking


The knowledge of experience

Knowledge management is becoming increasingly popular within organisations which are looking to capture the information gained through working processes. But is this just another business craze, or a crucial innovation? Len Williams finds out


One size never fits all

With its unique consulting approach, future-proof products and services portfolio, Alphabet International has already found the answer to current changes in fleet management


SSHL: A history of inspiration

Sigtunaskolan Humanistiska Läroverket is regularly regarded as one of the world’s leading boarding schools as it continues to
develop students ready for the challenges ahead


South Africa: An economic vision in progress

Luyanda Joxo, CFA, Head of Institutional Business, Argon Asset Management, examines the challenges the South African economy
faces and outlines the strategic alliances required to achieve progress


Education on a higher plane

Surrounded by stunning mountain scenery, the Swiss Alpine Secondary School inspires its students to reach for even greater peaks than those on the horizon


Banca March: Excellence by tradition

Banca March has established its leadership in Spanish private banking by providing a unique model that creates long-term value


Supporting the Royal Marines family

The Royal Marines continue to face dangers and challenges most people can’t even imagine. Courage and self-reliance in the face of adversity are part of the Commando spirit, but sometimes it’s not enough, can you help?


Balancing power

Mark Carney arrived at the Bank of England with a reputation for achieving results under difficult circumstances. So how’s he getting on? Finbarr Toesland looks back over his opening period in office, and assesses the challenges that lie ahead


Danish delights

The essence of Copenhagen is the city’s ability to combine total style and sophistication with a heart-warming atmosphere. The food’s pretty good too. Sherelle Jacobs explores