Fast forward four years, and Barcelona-based travel technology startup Rentals United has developed into an advanced cloud-based technology solution for the marketing, distribution and...
Far from the spotlight, long-established manufacturers of heavy vehicles are developing zero-emission buses and trucks which could transform the sustainability of road haulage, logistics and passenger transport.
All global industries will reduce the content of labor in their processes and new, more sophisticated jobs will be created.
The benefits of electrification extend well beyond a mining company’s bottom line.
In that architectural icon of the consumer age, the shopping mall, some of the world’s largest developers are using the power of data to find new ways to attract customers and increase spending.
By 2030, Anglo American aims to halve its extraction of freshwater in water-scarce regions and take its overall sustainability performance to an entirely new level.
The 21st century heralds a change in the way of traveling. Technological innovation has changed the tourist landscape and promises to go much further.
Rising from the desert just 40 kilometers southwest of Riyadh, in Saudi Arabia, an entirely new destination is set to change the face of life and leisure in the kingdom forever.
"If you look at Riyadh alone, over seven million people call it home, rising to 10 million in the coming years." Michael Reininger, CEO, Qiddiya
Buzz speaks to Fahd-Al Rasheed, former Group CEO and Managing Director of Emaar the Economic City (EEC), leading the development of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC)—the world’s first publicly-listed city.