As well as liberalizing legislation governing foreign investment and visas, Dubai’s government support for digitization is also turning the city into a magnet for tech entrepreneurs.
In many respects, the ProCeed represents the culmination of more than a decade’s worth of focused investments in high-end car design at Kia.
In their reluctance to embrace the freedoms of cloud-based computing, many organizations are inflicting on their employees a demoralizing series of inefficiencies and frustrations.
ERES’s ambitions for transforming real estate procedure extend well beyond its home city.
Under the Care by Volvo program, consumers no longer have to buy their vehicles outright.
In 2018, Hyundai signed a landmark contract to provide 1,000 hydrogen trucks in Switzerland.
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.
If data is the fuel powering the Globalization 4.0 trend in focus at Davos in 2019, then no city is better positioned for this new era than the bustling trade and services hub of modern-day Dubai.
The benefits of electrification extend well beyond a mining company’s bottom line.