With a long road to recovery ahead, the Covid-19 pandemic has presented the opportunity for companies to reconsider their business travel habits and develop sustainable travel policy guidelines.
What can we learn from an over 300-year-old family business? Interview with Francesco Barberis Canonico of Vitale Barberis Canonico and member of the Henokiens.
As we slowly move towards a post-Covid recovery, how can the office, co-working and working from home come together? Leonid Goncharov, the founder and CEO of Anticafé, a network of coworking café spaces, provides some answers.
Profs. Alisa Sydow and Francesco Rattalino teamed up to explain why and how entrepreneurs can steal a page from the European family firm book to transform the Covid-19 crisis into opportunities and write a more sustainable future.
Prof. Francesco Rattalino comments on an article reasserting the established fact that family firms tend to do well in disasters and explains how their example could help.
“Everything is so hectic. Why would you run on your day off?” That’s the question Berta Luise Heide is asking. The founder of WALK THIS WAY explains how she started her business, survived 2020, and what she sees for the future of her industry.
For months, cinemas have been closed, raising concerns about the future of these popular cultural institutions. For The Choice, Elisha Karmitz, CEO of MK2, assesses the state of the industry today and how to meet the challenges ahead.
“We’re still social animals despite these pandemic scars.” Co-founder of La Belle Assiette, Giorgio Riccò shares the strategic vision that has led to more than one successful food business and allowed them to withstand a global pandemic.
As a result of the pandemic, cultural organisations have had to focus primarily on the digital space. Stéphane-Arnaud Roisin, Deputy CEO of France Muséums, talks about the major changes occurring in the way we engage with culture.