INDVSTRVS, Joanne Leila Smith, Emma Gilthorpe, Heathrow Airport expansion

Emma Gilthorpe – A People Mobiliser

After the world recovered from the shock of Britain voting to leave the EU in June 2016, socio-economic and political uncertainty still prevails. However, if the recent green light by the UK Government in October 2016 for Heathrow to proceed

HUMAGISTS
Dent Global, Glen Carlson, Joanne Leila Smith, INDVSTRVS

Glen Carlson – on Unleashing Value

SMBs take heed. There’s one take home message from COO of Dent Global, Glen Carlson – be brave. We chat with Carlson, the cofounder of Australia’s ninth fastest growing business advisory firm on why committing to your fullest self-expression is

MERCHANTS
Robert Tran, Joanne Leila Smith, INDVSTRVS, ROBENNY Corporation, Capital Investment Group Shanghai

Robert Tran – The CEO of CEOs

On the rare occasion, we chance upon an extraordinarily talented human being. We did just that when we had the privilege to chat with the rock star of the global business community, Robert Tran. As CEO of ROBENNY Corporation’s US,

THINKERS
INDVSTRVS, Big Klick Films, Kumar S, Plaban Bagchi, Prerna Siddharth

Big Klick Films Empowers Kids to Dream Big

Co-founders Plaban Bagchi and Prerna Siddharth of Big Klick Films share their journey on sponsoring disadvantaged, and abused kids from Delhi India, into a career pathway in film production, and hopefully, lead them to possess a greater personal agency over

ARTISANS

RUBE GOLDBERG

disability-friendly, urban planning, dubai, infrastructure, access, disability, UAE, INDVSTRVS, Jagdish Kumar

Dubai To Be Disability Friendly by 2020

Dubai is investing USD 3 million on an urban planning study to make access in all public spaces easier for people living with disability by

CULTURE CHOCK

social media, terrorism, propaganda, security, privacy, censorship, indvstrvs, archana khatri das

Social Media, Propaganda and Terrorism

As terrorist organisations continue to exploit social media to spread content and malcontent, social media giants face an uphill battle balancing free expression against propaganda