Q&A with Vinicius Lummertz, President of Embratur, the Brazilian Tourism Board: "According to the World Economic Forum, no country has natural resources with more potential for tourism than Brazil."
Government reforms in Brazil are making the economy more competitive and productive and helping the country attract a new wave of foreign capital.
Against the stunning backdrop of the skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty, New Yorkers this month enjoyed a privileged preview of the motorsport of tomorrow when Formula E came to town.
With air quality in cities deteriorating over recent years, sustainable mobility solutions are coming into focus. We are at the outset of an eco-cars era.
In response to the ever-changing environments in which we do business, I strongly believe companies have to innovate constantly, not only to survive but to thrive.
Just as the steam engine has come to symbolize the industrial revolution of the 19th century, perhaps no single object represents the democratic, consumer-centered economies of the 20th century better than the mass-produced automobile.
Interview with Carlo Ratti, Director of the MIT Senseable City Lab: " You still want to build a beautiful space, but the important thing is really the new interaction within that space that you create with technology."
Carla Gohin, Head of Innovation, PSA Group: "Today, more than 90 percent of accidents are due to human failure. Implementing these new autonomous functions will lead to improved safety on the roads."
Such has been the success of the business model that BlaBlaCar has become one of the fastest growing transport companies in Europe.
As automakers around the world race to reinvent the car for the 21st century city, Spanish brand SEAT has one major competitive advantage that has put it firmly in pole position.