The current pandemic has changed the way many of us work, with freelance working enjoying significant time in the spotlight. Feeling nervous about taking the plunge? Let’s get a closer look at freelancing in the age of COVID.
Through original research, Prof. Vasudevan confirms the doubts raised by a recent article from the Financial Times about excessive workload in banks.
A neurodivergent professional born and raised in Verona, Italy, Tommaso Davi tells his story: how his learning difference made him a “fighter”, and acknowledging it gave him the freedom to be his authentic self.
Chiara Corazza, Managing Director of the Women’s Forum for The Economy & Society, assesses the global challenges women face today and how together we can remove the boundaries to a fairer future.
Growing up with a father who was a chef, Roxane Clément felt working for a great player in the food industry was an alternative path to have a role in this industry that is so essential to our lives.
Keep learning, whatever your age or previous experience. That’s the view of Chadi Saba, an oncologist working in one of the leading pharmaceutical companies. At 46, he has just received an Executive MBA Global Track from ESCP and ESA Beirut.
At only age 22, Elias is committed to decrypting some of society’s most daunting questions, from economics to the evolution of the pandemic. Some might call him a “disseminator of knowledge.”
Working to reduce risks & adapt our society to better control our collective destiny in the next 10, 20 or 30 years is necessary, exciting, and a source of many professional opportunities. Learn how.
While the Covid-19 pandemic has forced many entrepreneurs to close up shop, these young business leaders inspire us to see business closure not as a failure but a springboard to new opportunities.
From a highly successful banking career to the unknown land of entrepreneurship, an ex-Executive Director at Goldman Sachs shares his key success factors.