We Need to Talk About Smart Water: Jobs, Utilities and Global Water Scarcity
Smart water networks can and are helping combat the global water scarcity crisis, increasing productivity and efficiency. Their ability to remotely...
Smart water networks can and are helping combat the global water scarcity crisis, increasing productivity and efficiency. Their ability to remotely monitor resource use allows operators to make faster and better decisions.
Innovation has long been the beating heartbeat of the aviation industry. With air travel projected to double in 20 years’ time, I’m fascinated to see countless new and exciting products hit the market.
Hefty competition from industry giants is making hiring top talent challenging for small to mid-sized chemicals companies. But with the right processes in place, it shouldn't be so tricky.
Our Senior Business Consultant, specialising in logistics, Aaron Pearce talks us through the UPU's recent decision to reform its fee structure. He discusses why the UPU didn't want to lose the US as a member nation and what this means for the consume
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The industry is still coming around from what has been a rollercoaster cycle for the Oil and Gas market.
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Oil and Gas exploration often takes place in inhospitable environments, causing huge risks for the individuals involved.
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I might be using some poetic license in the title with soon. However, it is expected that countries and oil producers are beginning to prioritise the production of plastics...
A global leader in factory automation, working with one of the world’s biggest providers of construction solutions, Reto Berner has more than few interesting insights about Brexit.
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