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Valued at over €1.7 trillion the Islamic economy is big business. In this episode, Target talks to industry insiders hoping to position Dubai as a regional hub.
Rimac Automovili, just outside the capital Zagreb, has more than 600 employees, half of them are engineers, designing and building hyper sports cars as fast as a bullet train
Interplanetary ambitions are making aerospace investments skyrocket. We hear from aerospace industry experts and decision-makers at the Dubai Air Show.
As populations grow and climate change takes hold… increased soil erosion and salinisation are putting humanity’s food security at risk… especially in arid regions
Delegates set out to understand if companies betting on 'green' growth are making the right choice, what kind of support and funding is available and what challenges do they face
Cities of the future: Dreaming of a smart urban revolution
Thousands of companies are showing futuristic innovation and technology at GITEX, which is in its 39th year
With the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) hosting it's 2019global summit in Nur-Sultan, we look at how they're using tech to become a "smart city".
Apps are big business, with subscriptions continuing to grow into sizeable revenue streams for developers. Dubai is one city embracing the trend.
New tech on the block: How blockchain is set to revolutionise our lives
In Dubai, happiness is a national policy goal and the city has set at 95 percent happiness target by 2021 in the hope that it will have a positive effect on the economy. We take a look at the business of happiness as well as how it’s measured using AI technology.
Georgia's second largest city, Kutaisi, will soon launch a factory for electric cars.
Georgia stands in a strategic location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. Now one of its major sea ports is receiving a new terminal which will bring more Black Sea goods onto the European market.
The Dubai Government is stepping up its efforts to help Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, seen as the backbone of the economy.
Belarus, at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, is set to benefit from the Silk Road of the 21st Century.
The UAE has the highest concentration of university branch campuses in the world and most are in Dubai. With a 2 billion euro revenue from annual tuition fees, the education sector in the city is big business.
Under the spotlight at this years Astana Economic Forum are the challenges of ensuring sustainable urban growth in Kazakhstan and across the rest of the planet.
From football to rugby to cricket, Dubai is a hot bed for sporting academies drawing on the expertise of international talent.
It has a lot to offer to the next generation of sporting stars as contributing to the wider community.