EBR’s Editor-in-chief N. Peter Kramer is among the 100.000 visitors from 200 countries to MWC 2017. The annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is the largest gathering of the mobile industry in the world
3,000 people converge on a small town in the Swiss mountains for the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting 2017, running from 17 to 20 January. What are they doing there? Who are they and what do they hope to achieve?
Brexit brought an enormous excitement in the discussion about EU's future. The unexpected election of Trump as US President another one. The Pavlov reaction by many of the EU leaders was twice the same old song: we need more Europe, more budget, more buildings, more staff, more member states
E-commerce turnover forecast to reach the €500 billion mark in 2016
Views and opinions from the recent ECNAIS conference
What comes next after UK's decision for leaving the EU?
EBR’s Editor-in-chief N. Peter Kramer was among the 101.000 visitors from 208 countries to MWC 2016. The annual Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is the largest gathering of the mobile industry in the world.
European Business Review, also this year media partner of EBS, selected, for its traditional EBR special report, five interesting performances during the summit.
Once, the European Community was invented to solve economic problems in and between European countries; nowadays it is the European Union itself that is the problem...
EBR's editor-in-chief N.Peter Kramer was among the more than 85.000 visitors to MWC 2015 as a special guest of Huawei Technologies. EBR publishes its new webdossier: ''Digital, data and the day after tomorrow".
Five interesting views regarding EU institutions' needed and well-accepted reform.
A review of the opinions and theories regarding the Greek financial crisis and its characteristics. The history behind the collapse and the current situation.
ThinkYoung and Google organized the second edition of the Entrepreneurship Summer School which was held from the 9th to the 13th of July.
In this European Business Review dossier we put the spotlight on Think Young, an interesting think-tank: recent graduates and engaged students lobbying to make Europe a better place for young people; conducting research, surveys, conferences, documentaries on and about young people.
Lagging productivity, public deficits, a Euro in the danger zone, an ageing population and rising unemployment levels make that the position of Europe in today’s world economy is under pressure. Is the Indian professor Dipesh Chakrabarty right with his book: ‘Provincializing Europe’?
The European Commission has just published its Digital Agenda, one of the seven flagship initiatives of the EU 2020 Strategy. The success of the Digital Agenda - namely creating a Digital Single Market - is linked to the political and economical success of the European Union.
In this special feature European Business Review shines a spotlight on the financial, economic and Greek crisis. It is time to be courageous and draw conclusions, it is five to midnight! If the EU doesn’t act now we will end up playing second league and no longer with big boys like the US and Asia.
Leading businesses recognize how involvement in the EU policy making process alongside other parts of civil society and other interests is crucial to shaping their operating environment, but it is still surprising how often businesses are unaware of legislation and how it can affect them.
The landmark skyscraper 'Taipei 101' has been for a long time the highest building in the world, dominating the skyline of Taipei, the capital of the Republic of China (Taiwan) until it was surpassed in height by the Burj Khalifa in Dubai on October 1, 2009.
The combined effects of financial crisis, climate change and energy concerns mean that we must overhaul our ideas on governance and harness public opinion, argues Jacqueline McGlade, executive director of the European Environment Agency.