4 December 2020: This year has been tough for hospitality, and the first half of 2021 won’t be easy either. But Shepherd Neame’s CEO sees reasons to be optimistic.
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5 November 2020: Recovering, rebalancing and revitalising – the three themes on the mind of Marcus Scott, Chief Operating Officer of TheCityUK. He explains what they mean for the profession.
20 October 2020: Things are very precarious for construction across the globe, but there are opportunities to shake things up, embrace tech, and reach for public sector investment.
15 October 2020: 2020 has not been kind to the retail sector, but there are opportunities for those that embrace online platforms.
8 October 2020: The United Arab Emirates, like the rest of the world, is re-imagining its economy post-COVID. What might the UAE economy look like once we turn a corner? Increasingly diverse is the answer.
7 October 2020: Hospitality has been hit particularly hard for survival – new technology has been the only way to build back business.
7 October 2020: The Cyprus funds industry has been described as Europe’s newest investment fund hotspot. Andreas Yiasemides, partner head of fund services at PwC Cyprus, outlines the opportunities the region can bring potential investors and fund managers.
30 September 2020: Ruth Tsim, Group CFO of Hutchison Ports – which has a presence across Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas – talks to Insights about COVID, technology, the environment, freight flows and the movement of the vaccine by sea.
25 September 2020: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is quite clear that the movement of cargo by air relies on open economies. However, it is also facing up to Brexit and conjuring with some huge questions.
25 September 2020: For a century, global trade has been enabled by air transport. In 2020, COVID has made it tough for airlines to deliver on their promise to shippers. Nevertheless, they have done so.
25 September 2020: Stavros Pantzaris, Partner and Chairman of the Board at EY Cyprus, says that Cyprus’s economy is battling through the impacts of pandemic and is squaring up to Brexit.
25 September 2020: All countries are counting the cost of pandemic and trying to understand the role trade will play in recovery. For some, foreign direct investment is the answer. Cyprus is a case in point.
22 September 2020: It was no good making assumptions. The Port of Rotterdam had to prepare for no UK/EU trade agreement early and now, with just a few weeks to go, it has already built a community of consensus, through stakeholder buy-in, to its new procedures.
17 September 2020: Alkis Hajittofis, executive director and head of portfolio management Resolute Investment Management a leading Cyprus-based alternative Investment Fund Manager, shares his insights on benefits and opportunities within the Cyprus funds industry.
14 September 2020: ‘Building back better’ is all very noble but delivering ’better’ is hard to imagine. Ceri Humphrey is Finance Director at engineering and construction firm VolkerFitzpatrick and has very clear ideas what this could mean.