INDVSTRVSMarch 20, 2018

Asia’s burgeoning population has increased daily commute times, putting pressure on metro networks. Investing in urban rail infrastructure is proven to be the most efficient solution for reducing traffic congestion, aiding population and economic growth – as well as reducing emissions-related pollution. It should come as no surprise then, that PWC estimates that investments in subway systems across Asia may exceed USD230 billion within the next 15 years.

INDVSTRVSMarch 7, 2018

This International Women’s Day, we take our hats off to India’s former Chair and Managing Director of HPCL Nishi Vasudeva. We celebrate Vasudeva’s rejection of preferential treatment or positive differentiation which saw her become the first female Chair in the history of the resources sector in India.

INDVSTRVSMarch 5, 2018

Identifying key trends in value-based health care is proving difficult, given the backdrop of decentralization, liberalization and in some cases continued privatization within the healthcare sector in Europe. Further to our recent feature US Trends Towards Value-based Healthcare we take a snapshot at what's happening in the UK/European and emerging economies’ healthcare sector.

INDVSTRVSFebruary 28, 2018

What makes a human a sentient being is the ability to ask ‘why?’ Senior Advisor to the WKUSA Board Michael Lloyd-White unpacks some of the myths of kindness and why a culture of compliance takes away our ability to exercise personal judgement – particularly in situations where kindness should usurp the rule book…

INDVSTRVSFebruary 13, 2018

The Asian film industry is on track to becoming the largest feature film production market globally. While Hollywood continues to clock revenues in excess of USD 10 billion per year, Chinese cinema is catching its tail with a total earning of USD 8 billion in 2017. South Korea, Japan and the Indian film industries’ revenues are now further ahead than established film markets in France, Germany and Britain.