Achieving the post-pandemic vision: leaner, greener and keener
HLB’s Survey of Business Leaders aims to inform and stimulate the debate on the actions business are taking in 2021 to achieve their post-pandemic vision. Findings show that, despite great...
FemTech: The women’s health revolution
As the market for female-focused health products, otherwise known as femtech, continues to grow, we explore what the future holds for this new innovation
Seeing the light, in a dark year
HLB global CEO Marco Donzelli shares early findings from HLB’s second annual survey of business leaders. Register for the launch event today for a vritual front-row seat to the report...
The modernisation of healthcare through AI
COVID-19 has accelerated the influx of advanced computing techniques into healthcare, modernising the sector through AI and other digital technologies.
Technology companies strong during the pandemic
What are the technologies and technology companies that will thrive during the pandemic and beyond?
Government bailouts and the opportunity to rebuild better
COVID-19 related bailouts pose a unique opportunity for governments to leverage their power and rebuild a better and greener post-pandemic world. The question is if they will. HLB CEO Marco...
Business as unusual: Are business leaders ready for life after lockdown?
How are business leaders around the world preparing for life after lockdown and re-opening their businesses?
The ”New Normal” for hospitality businesses
COVID-19 severely impacted hospitality businesses. As lockdown restrictions are easing up, what does the ”New Normal” look like for owners of restaurants and bars?
Tapping into the gig economy
The gig economy is expanding globally and enabling workforce models of the future
International business models for a post COVID-19 world
What will the long term impact of COVID-19 be on international business models and was will leaders focus on in a post coronavirus world?
How the Tech Community is Combatting the Coronavirus
As news of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to pour in, the tech community is pulling its resources to combat the coronavirus.