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Doing business in Boston

The city of Boston deftly combines New England’s charm with a thriving business scene, making it a well-rounded destination for business travellers

For digital nomads, home is where they lay their laptops

With the world of work now more flexible than ever, many young people are upping sticks and packing their businesses into their backpacks. It may be the trip of a lifetime, but it can pose issues for the cities they’re leaving behind

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The concerns facing female business travellers

A recent survey has found that, when travelling for business, women are most concerned about safety issues and only half knew if their employer had a duty of care policy in place

Paris is undergoing a small business revolution

Not content with its ‘City of Light’ moniker, Paris is establishing itself as a start-up superpower. President Macron’s pro-business stance is easing the transition

The trials of air travel

Going abroad is supposed to be relaxing, but navigating the pitfalls of the airport experience can undo any holiday’s good work

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As globalisation changes, we must retain its benefits

Globalisation is no longer the much-praised force it once was. Whole countries are turning their backs on global openness in favour of more authoritarian policies

President Trump destabilises transatlantic relations

With President Trump placing the US’ relationship with its historical allies at risk, Europe must reassess how it deals with the superpower

Top 5 conference centres in California

As California strengthens its reputation as a first-rate place to work and travel, Business Destinations lists the best venues in which to hold a business event

The hidden costs of unmanaged business travel

With business becoming increasingly global, more employees are travelling for work. However, without proper management, these trips can be time-consuming and expensive

How nudge theory is changing the way people travel

People make mistakes, especially when travelling. Based on the insights of Richard Thaler, a Nobel-Prize-winning economist and the father of nudge theory, Business Destinations takes a look at just how predictable human fallibility is

The challenges posed by India’s urban awakening

With India fast catching up with the world’s urban heavyweights, the country must decide which strategy to pursue to make the most of its economic renaissance

China’s cities are competing to develop hi-tech industries

As oil and steel suffer, hi-tech industries are coming to China’s economic rescue. But with the rise of new sectors comes greater competition between the country’s new tech hubs