• Top of the Class, Elite Capital & Co

    After being awarded Infrastructure Project Finance Provider 2018, Henry Martin sits down with George Matharu President and CEO of Elite Capital & Co. Elite Capital & Co’s services are suitable for all types of Infrastructure Projects in either Greenfield (Pre Operations Stage) or Brownfield (Operations Stage) including but not limited
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  • The Rise of Tax Technology

    As new tax rules proliferate and governments call on companies to demonstrate greater tax transparency, corporate tax functions need to strengthen their tax determination, tax data management and tax reporting capabilities. This need drives more chief tax officers to weigh investments in cloud-based tax technology solutions. Getting the highest returns
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  • Economic Factor

    As an international and cosmopolitan city, Berlin attracts founders, entrepreneurs, investors and talented individuals from all over the world. James Brown interviews the CEO of Berlin's economic development organisation, Berlin Partner for Business and Technology, Dr. Stefan Franzke, regarding Brexit, the election of Trump and a city where the spirit
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  • Lisbon Hits the Top Spot

    1st Lisbon Forget London or Stockholm - everyone is upping sticks to the new capital of cool. Lisbon, once regarded as a second class city, promotes an enviable can-do entrepreneurial spirit and lays claim to the most exciting creative scene in mainland Europe right now. Undervalue Western Europe's oldest city at
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  • Direct Access

    Henry Martin interviews Michael Sturm, Managing Director at Invest in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern GmbH (Invest in MV) Henry Martin: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern has a very established and reputable knowledge and skills base with both a solid research base and established clusters in advanced industry sectors. How do you consider these factors to influence potential
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  • Hamburg: Gateway to Europe

    Henry Martin spoke to Rolf Strittmatter, managing director of the HWF Hamburg Business Development Corporation. The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has led to insecurity and relocation considerations in the corporate world. It is widely anticipated that companies that generate their revenue mainly within the European Union will
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  • Leader of the Pack

    We speak with Mikael Spuhl, CEO at 3D Interactive Sthlm AB James Brown: Could you give us a brief introduction to AR and its benefits? The usual technical description of augmented reality (AR) is “a technology that layers computer generated enhancements on top of an existing reality”. I would introduce
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Winter 2018
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Adding value to existing drugs

SOM Biotech, a company established at the Barcelona Science Park in Catalonia generates new and additional value for old drugs.

Drug repositioning (also known as drug repurposing, drug reprofiling, therapeutic switching or drug retasking) is the application of known drugs and compounds for  new indications/diseases. Drug repositioning has been growing in importance in the last few years since an increasing number of pharmaceutical companies see their drug pipelines drying up and realize that many promising technologies have failed to deliver as expected.

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Ten reasons to Invest in the Balearic Islands

  1. A privileged geographical location with excellent worldwide connections
    Thanks to their geographical location, the Balearic Islands are an ideal business platform to access both the European markets and the rest of the world’s growing markets. The Islands boast a strategic position in Spain’s most dynamic area.

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Business is Blooming in Bogotá

Bogotá, originally called "Bacatá" (planted fields) by the native Muisca people, is an original, trendy and relatively unexplored destination that is emerging as an increasingly important business hub. The Colombian capital has become one of the most important cities in South America, with a creative and innovative spirit that has seen it become the financial centre of the Andean region. Its venues for business, events and conventions confirm it as a favourite destination for executives worldwide. Its public spaces include plazas, numerous parks and modern avenues. It has a permanent cultural agenda that is reflected in its more than 60 museums and art galleries.

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Balearic Islands and Barcelona: 24-hour Business People

Renowned for 24-hour party people and iconic sunsets, the Balearic Islands are the top tourist destination in the western Mediterranean and a thriving business hub. This island of Ibiza is peppered with multi-million dollar mansions and villas owned by royalty and celebrities, and it is the centre of the world’s clubbing scene for four months of the year. More than just an idyllic holiday spot where the party is very much on, however, the Balearic Islands are also an ideal location to access both European markets and the rest of the world’s growing markets.

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Montserrat Makes its Move

Think sunshine, think vibrancy, think blue seas, think business opportunities, think Montserrat. Montserrat, a beautiful island in the Caribbean Sea, south east of Puerto Rico and this month’s cover story, deserves to be mentioned again. Seventeen years ago the island of Montserrat was ‘the Emerald Isle of the Caribbean’, an upmarket getaway for anyone lucky enough to have the cash to splash. After the devastation of Hurricane Hugo, and the subsequent Soufrière Hills volcanic eruption in 1995, the island has begun to restore and rebuild. Several fierce eruptions demolished Montserrat’s only town and harbour, Plymouth, the airport, and the majority of the industry and agricultural areas. Two-thirds of the 12,000 population left the island, but now there is optimism in the air.

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