One idea that science fiction has incorporated into our imagination is that science will find an energy source that can meet the needs of our civilization for ever.
But what if the literature is wrong? What if the problem is not finding new renewable energies or sources but rather optimizing available resources so that we don’t waste what we do have? The Korean company Electric Power Corporation has been excited about this idea for a while now.
“Miracles”, “the boom of this generation”, “new opportunities”: Spring is set to bring a lot of good news from the African Continent. The region that many have given up on is finally realising well deserved growth rates after a century of economic difficulties.
But nations can’t flourish on interior products alone. The Economist points out in its article Growth and other good things that Africa’s development can also be measured in indices that aren’t exclusively based on the production of goods. Dutch company Janus Services, awarded this year in Geneva by Business Initiative Directions, has much to say on the matter. Continue reading …
Being thirty, and having more than 19,000 employees in your charge is not easy. But Carlos Arroyo, Vice-President of Vips and El Porton of Wal-Mart Central America makes it look like child’s play.
Expansion magazine featured Arroyo in its April edition to honor 30 people set to shape Mexico in the coming years. If anything, there is no doubt that this young entrepreneur has already influenced the present.
Inter provides the fastest internet in Venezuela. It is so fast that they even shortened the name, it was formerly called Intercable.
However, urgency isn’t the only reason it has become the nation’s second largest network provider. Inter’s success is also thanks to good ideas, hard work and a very user friendly approach. Continue reading …