You cannot have a digital revolution without a democratic revolution, and that is what we are trying to do in Barcelona.
Such has been the success of the business model that BlaBlaCar has become one of the fastest growing transport companies in Europe.
One of the greatest challenges discussed by delegates at Davos in recent times has been how to decouple economic growth from increased energy consumption. After the two hottest years on record, the environmental and economic imperative is now greater than ever before.
Happiness impacts on so many things. If you want to promote innovation in a city, happiness can be the vehicle you use to achieve this.
A shining example of how a private-sector partner can illuminate future urban development in collaboration with local leaders took place in Sweden's fourth largest city at the start of 2015.
As freelance workers proliferate, the “gig economy” gathers pace and project-based working becomes the norm, the real estate and office management industry is reinventing the traditional workspace for the digital age.
While other countries are still struggling to come to terms with the possibilities of blockchain, in Dubai the technology is already a tangible reality that is starting to make a concrete difference to the lives of ordinary people.
As national leaders and the global economy’s most prominent business people arrive in Davos for the World Economic Forum, they are reeling from one of the most turbulent years in recent political history.
As he prepares for the biggest revolution in the 125-year history of the car industry, SEAT president Luca de Meo has no doubt about the best place to be: in the driving seat.
As massive two-way flows of electrons and data, of electricity and information, reshape whole industries and transform contemporary society, energy companies are preparing to change the face of urban living in the 21st century.