This week: what is the future of universities? As the sector navigates disruption and uncertainty, special guest Professor Mark Scott joins us to discuss the future of higher education.
Without new films, audiences and revenue, will there be any cinemas remaining to show films by 2022?
Everyone eats. Grocery shopping will never vanish, but how we transact the action of buying food in store will evolve after the pandemic.
Influencers in a pandemic: from struggling after travel lockdowns and marketing cuts to thriving in a world of online experiences.
The business of vaccines: investment, research risks, pricing, manufacturing, and distributing a COVID-19 vaccine.
12 valuable lessons from the 2008 financial crisis and how to apply those lessons to the upheaval of COVID-19.
How COVID-19 accelerates the polarisation in the global watch industry. What does it mean for luxury brands, and will smart watches continue their takeover of the consumer market?
How the pandemic is changing the movie industry and cinemas: from delayed releases to extended releases, and from cleaning to streaming an uncertain future looms.
With travel ground to a halt tourism has the opportunity to rethink its ways. As the world reopens will recovery lead to more sustainability or will old patterns return?
During the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine looks like it could lead to a more permanent shift to become a more mainstream part healthcare.
The fashion industry: the standstill, a window of opportunity and the future of the industry in the wake of the pandemic.