David Mills, CEO Ricoh Europe, with Nicola Downing and Carsten Bruhn

SMEs Leading Digital Maturity, Says Ricoh

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Rufus Pollock, Open Knowledge

Digital Gold. “Turn Data Into Knowledge,” says Rufus Pollock

Every day we face challenges – from the personal, such as the quickest way to get to work, or what we should eat, to global ones like climate change and how to sustainably … [Read More...]

Amnesty International - Mediterranean - SAR

Rising Tide Of Death, As Europe Looks Inland

A year on from the Lampedusa shipwrecks, which claimed more than 500 lives, a new report by Amnesty International highlights how, what Amnesty called the “shameful inaction of … [Read More...]

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Digital Gold. “Turn Data Into Knowledge,” says Rufus Pollock

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Sustainable Cities, Citizen Investors

Sustainable Cities and Investor Citizens – Making Urban Life Liveable Again?

Riots in the most important cities of Brazil started when taxes on public transport started to rise, just as Brazilians' rights were going down. Mobility, and moreover, … [Read More...]

Catalan Fashion

Catalan Fashion, An Industry With Expansion Stitched Up

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European News & Comment

Herman Van Rompuy, Presisdent of the European Council

The Vision Thing. Europe Needs A Real Coalition For Digital Jobs.

What is at stake today is the safeguarding of our European social model through innovation, writes by Herman Van Rompuy, Presisdent of the European Council. Innovation, that is more than just R&D; … [Read More...]

Kaj Hed, Chairman of Rovio Entertainment

“Make awesome products, awesome services, for your awesome fans,” says Rovio’s Kaj Hed

In 2009, a small independent video game studio in Finland called Rovio is on the brink of bankruptcy. It employs a dozen young people, one of them is my own son; one my nephew; none of them have any … [Read More...]

Saskia van Uffelen, Digital Champion for Belgium, CEO of Bull and CSB Consulting

Super-High-Speed Internet and the Smart-School Generation

A few years from now, half the world’s population will have access to super-high-speed Internet. In Belgium, and in other European countries, different operators are focusing ever more on making … [Read More...]

Capgemini Digital Expertise

Social Media Impact Dropping In Consumer Markets, Says Capgemini

A global report by consulting tech firm Capgemini, reveals that consumers consider social media a less important part of their customer journey – from awareness, through to post-sale activity – … [Read More...]

Sir Martin Sorrell, Founder and CEO of WPP

Sir Martin Sorrell Tells Europe’s Leaders ‘Get Coding Into Classrooms’

Sir Martin Sorrell, founder and CEO of WPP, challenges European leaders to bring coding into the classroom, and suggests other top tips for the digital age. "Business leaders like to complain that … [Read More...]

Zaryn Dentzel, Founder and CEO of Tuenti

Europe Faces Major Digital Market Challenges, And Risks Serious Failure

Founder of Tuenti - Spain's largest social network and mobile multiplatform - Zaryn Dentzel sets out why he thinks Europe should become more entrepreneur - friendly and how it should look beyond its … [Read More...]

Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga

The Liberating, Life-Threatening Digital Age

The digital age is upon us and already it has created more social change than anybody might have dreamt of even a few decades ago. Both hardware and software have come light-years away from their … [Read More...]

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