Big Tech Platforms

The Power of Big Tech Platforms Has Gone Too Far

By Andreas Kornelakis The shift in the regulatory context globally compels tech giants to become more responsible There is a global shift in policies to curb...
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The Wheelchair Industry in Europe: A Comprehensive Overview

As the population of Europe ages, the wheelchair industry is growing. In this blog post, we will take a comprehensive look at the wheelchair...
Lenzing

Lenzing welcomes clear positioning of the EU Commission in the fight against plastic waste

Guidelines of the EU Commission to implement the Single-Use Plastics Directive have been published  Uniform labelling obligation for wipes and feminine hygiene products...
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6 Sustainable Businesses in France with Innovative Approaches 

According to Statista, Paris is among the greenest capitals in Europe since the tree cover rate in urban areas is about 20%. Although it’s low...
Executive Education

How Can We Put a Stop to Period Poverty?

The issue of Period Poverty has been picked up by many campaigners who are pushing to eradicate the financial barriers between girls and menstruation....

Stadium Build by Spurs Chairman Daniel Levy Showcases Club Growth

Daniel Levy has served as Tottenham Hotspur Chairman since 2001, making him the longest-serving chairman in the Premier League. His tenure has been a...
Stakeholders

How enterprises can create meaningful purpose together with their stakeholders

By Nicholas Ind and Venkat Ramaswamy Before the onset of COVID, there was a seeming shift in the idea of why business organizations exist....

The Craziest Superstitions & Why They Exist

Superstitions are a crazy thing. Some of us swear by them, others will purposely step on the cracks, walk under ladders and generally just...

6 Reasons Why Ancestry Kits Make a Great Gift

Researching your lineage is not only fascinating but, as a hobby, it is beneficial to your health and wellbeing too. Family Tree Research not...

Corporate social responsibility – does sustainability come into it?

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) means businesses operate in a way that benefits both society and the environment at large. Some debate that business sustainability,...

Building the Future on a Century of Heritage: A family business on the move–for...

Interview with Max Viessmann, CEO of Viessmann Group If knowledge is power, then shared knowledge must surely be the way for a company to maximise...
Providing Equal Opportunities to Youth

Eyal Edry, Moshe Edree, and Rafi Edry Bridging the Societal Gap and Providing Equal...

Israel has leaped in the development of modern technological innovation. Israel is becoming an entrepreneurial hub of the Middle East. The endless possibilities and...
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Ukraine to Convene Crimea Platform Summit: Why Zelensky’s “Day of Triumph” May Come Back...

Today begins the Crimea Platform international summit, which will be convened by Ukraine in the capital Kiev. It took more than a year for...
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How the Russian War Against Ukraine Influences On Climate Change

Climate change and global security compete with each other to shape the future. This is especially noticeable in the first spring week's events related...
Gerry Zack

The Cycle of ESG and Compliance

By Gerry Zack, CEO of Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics® (SCCE) & Health Care Compliance Association® (HCCA) Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues have...
HR Development

Sustaining Non-profits: HR Development, Succession Management, and Leadership Continuity

By Nils Geib Non-profits are at a loss in their quest for professionalisation without competent leadership personnel and their ongoing development. This article draws on...

Ragnar Horn’s Philanthropic Journey With Right To Play And Fueling A Dedicated Humanitarian Path

During these unprecedented times, we are innately reminded of the transformative power of humanity, and the need to continue to collaboratively work together to...
Going Green

Go Green, or Soon You Shall Reap

Warm weather always gives a good day outside, but no one realizes that rising temperatures have caused the Arctic to melt at an appalling...
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Disease Outbreaks Are Exacerbating Inequalities

There is something about the Covid-19 pandemic, which has probably never been seen in the history of humanity. Usually, whenever there is a disease...
Conscious Capitalism

What Is Conscious Capitalism?

Business leaders are driven to choose the best course of action for their organizations. When you learn about purpose-driven businesses, or conscious capitalism, you'll...
ESG

Developing a Strategy for Managing Non-Financial Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) Risks and Opportunities

By Tim Bovy, Ian Hodges, and David Ryan In Business, everything flows from strategy. Strategy requires that organisations prepare detailed assessments of risks and opportunities,...

The Hidden Costs of Our Fast Paced Consumer Culture

By Felix Yim We have become wild in the way we consume products and items nowadays. It has become literally competitive, as survival has remained...

Towards A Visionary Prescriptive Transformation of Education: Part I: New Paradigms, New Reality, and...

By Mario Raich, Kristine M. Kawamura, Simon L. Dolan, Paweł M. Rowiński and Claudio Cisullo This paper is Part I of two articles to be published...

Sovcombank becomes a Founding Signatory of the United Nations Principles for Responsible Banking

Sovcombank becomes the first Russian bank to become a Founding Signatory of the UNEP FI Principles for Responsible Banking, committing to strategically align its...

5 Smart Ways to Make Your Business More Environmentally-Friendly

Creating an environmentally-friendly business is not only responsible, but it can also help grow your consumer base. Studies have shown that as many as 66%...
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New Leadership for a Sustainable Future

By Matt Gitsham At the close of COP26, an article in the Financial Times reported that although global executives welcomed the deal reached at the close...
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Finding Ways to Make it Easier for Consumers to Recycle Product Packaging

One of the biggest drawbacks to using shrinkwrap is that it is not easily recycled. However plastic film materials play a bigger part in...
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Workplace Drug Testing — Useful Need-to-Knows

Workplace drug testing is an important and useful practice that helps to ensure a safe and productive work environment. It can also provide employers...

Emergency Call Systems A Potential Weapon To Boost The ROIS In Medical Facilities

It is an inevitable fact that the navigation of the landscape of medical facilities can be backbreaking if smart strategies and the latest tools...
Plants Contribute to Biodiversity

Which Plants Contribute to Biodiversity?

Biodiversity: you help nature by making a contribution yourself. For example, by consciously choosing certain plants in the garden or on the balcony. And...

Developing Nations Need a Better Internet to Develop Their Economies

Did you know that only 44% of the global population had Internet access today? Thus, technology is unequally distributed and not accessible to everyone...
Electric Bikes Eco Friendly

Are Electric Bikes Eco Friendly? Is It Safe For The Environment?

We are thriving in a scientific breakthrough, in which we are going to witness the most latest advancements. Even so, there had been an...

OCP Group, A Company With A Mission On The Front Line Against COVID-19

As individuals and as a society, there is a need for not only resilience but, crucially, solidarity in the face of the many challenges...

The benefits for Africa of satellite constellations like Elon Musk’s are unclear. It would...

Access to the internet and information continues to be one of the major problems in African countries. In many parts of the continent, coverage...

Business and Governments and Civil Society and a Healthy Planet

By Sylvain Guyoton and Hervé Legenvre The following discussion took place In April 2020. We aimed at confronting our points of views on the contradictory...

Small Business Owners Guide to Commercial Gas and Electricity

Businesses will normally be consuming a lot more gas and electricity compared to the average household. However, price isn’t the onlㄎy factor when choosing...
Beauty Industry's Green Commitment

Nicolas Krafft, Former L’Oreal Executive, and the Beauty Industry’s Green Commitment

The environmental footprint of the beauty industry is a substantial one, but a focus on sustainability is now becoming more significant. With the realization...
Organisational Purpose

The Importance of Protecting and Driving Organisational Purpose

By Fiona Logan We’re continuing to experience incredible disruption – from the Covid-19 legacy to the climate crisis, and from the war in Ukraine, to...
#EmbraceEquity on International Women’s Day 2023

#EmbraceEquity on International Women’s Day 2023

In honour of International Women's Day, The European Business Review wants to recognise all the strong women who have not just broken the glass...
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Farmer Protests Erupting Across EU Should Be a Wakeup Call for Brussels

After pressing pause on weeks of disruption for negotiations with the federal government, Farmers’ Association President Joachim Rukwied cautioned on 18 January that the...

Two Women, One Mission: Joey Horn and Nalini Malani – On Empowerment, Humanity, and...

Across the globe, women around the world continue to experience hardships, inequalities, and contention. Fighting to champion the rights and privileges of all,...
shoes you dont own

Heavy (Carbon) Footprints: can Subscription Shoes Create a Sustainable Footwear Industry?

By Patrick Reichert and Oscar Vosshage Sneakers (or “trainers”, as they are known in the UK) are big business – and leave a heavy environmental...
Where Healthcare is a Pet Subject

Where Healthcare is a Pet Subject: Interview with Junko Sheehan, Founder & CEO of...

It’s no surprise that the healthcare sector has huge potential for making a positive social impact. But it’s not only humans that have health...
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Sustainable Solutions for a More Efficient and Environmentally Friendly Work Space

Did you know that buildings account for a staggering 39% of global energy consumption according to the International Energy Agency?  Within those buildings, HVAC windsor...

COVID-19: Business and Legal Impacts of the Virus

The current Covid-19 pandemic is, above all, a human tragedy. At the time of writing, we know that the virus has led to at...
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The Most Exciting Eco-Friendly Startups in 2021

For the past few years, we have seen influential names in various industries announce bold statements of significantly reducing their carbon emissions in an...
Digital Intelligence into Sustainable Development

Fulfilling Corporate Social Responsibilities and Injecting Digital Intelligence Into Sustainable Development

17 June 2022, Shenzhen, China - ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the mobile...
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Rachel Delacour: “Climate Leaders will be Next on the CEO Seat. And They Will...

By Rachel Delacour In 2020, only 5% of FTSE 100 CEOs were women, at the current rate of growth, its predicted that it would take...
Zero-Waste Living A Beginner's Guide

Zero-Waste Living: A Beginner’s Guide

Zero-waste living is becoming increasingly popular as more people recognize the importance of reducing our impact on the environment. While the transition to a...

The Landmines and Explosive Devices Shaping Today’s Warzones

Explosive attacks have long been a part of warfare. However, during the twentieth century, landmines have emerged as a much feared and, unfortunately, increasingly...

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