Universal eye health: the fight to save the world’s vision

The decades-long initiative to improve eye health worldwide has spawned a number of important milestones in recent years. But how far away are we from stamping out avoidable blindness for good and cutting visual impairment on a global scale?

What is it like to live and work in China?

Work in China, people commuting

It is one of the most dynamic, vibrant countries in the world, but moving to work in China can often seem daunting to “foreigners”. Here are some tips which could help

Do we need a robot tax?

Whether failure to tax robots indirectly subsidises automation remains contentious, but it is an issue that must be dealt with – sooner rather than later

The fight for equal access to rare disease treatment

Rare disease patients in developing countries and rural regions are often neglected, and in need of diagnosis backed up by treatment and research

Five countries shaking up tax reporting

Meet the pioneering nations leading the push to electronic invoicing

Culture is key to avoiding reputational risk

Chief executives must be flag bearers of brand reputation in the face of potentially damaging cultural risks

How modest fashion became a global trend

woman in modest fashion on the catwalk

The future remains bright for modest fashion as Western retailers realise the huge potential of this growing and lucrative market

What’s next for talent management in 2019?

blue headshot of Marc Coleman, UNLEASH

‘Organisations must carefully choose how they respond to the change that is already happening and to the change yet to come’