Change is in the wind
The energy sector touches everyone – consumers, industry and politics. Climate change and environmental protection are the factors driving a change of direction in our attitude to power generation. As a result, wind and solar power are booming but can they satisfy our insatiable desire for energy?
New approaches to healthcare
You cannot put a price on good health. Nevertheless, the global health sector is a multibillion-dollar business that will certainly grow further as western populations continue to age. Meeting the health challenges of the future will require innovative thinking and new approaches from companies with the vision to put them into action.
Broaden your horizons – expand your mind
Tourism is the new consumerism. Experiences are taking the place of material possessions as the top priority for millennials. But cash-rich baby boomers are also travelling more than ever before. From basic to luxurious and every point in between, the choice of destinations, accommodations and activities has never been more diverse or innovative.
Most people know the name Airbus from its commercial airplanes, but Airbus Defence and Space is another division within Airbus whose ‘Intelligence’ business cluster offers a comprehensive range of geospatial data and services and provides some of the world’s professional grade imagery. The intelligence unit operates out of its 18 offices across ten countries on five continents and a headquarter located in Toulouse, France.
In this issue: Hatteland – Increase efficiency, increase performance / Vattenfall Eldistribution AB – Superior electricity service in Sweden / Volvo Entreprenørmaskiner A/S – Equipment for every construction project / Pilgrim Export Aps – Made by hand from the heart
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