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The Entrepreneurs, 269

7 December 2016

In 2003, after a globetrotting career as a broadcast journalist, Nancy Durham and her philosopher husband planted a lavender field on their Welsh farm. What began as a passion project evolved into a much-loved company that…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 113

4 December 2016

We focus on potential political risk ahead for Europe: the likelihood of further successes for anti-establishment politics, the impact of more populism (and maybe more anti-EU sentiment) for the bloc and how investors can…

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The Entrepreneurs, 268

30 November 2016

It’s a tough time to be a wristwatch business. Swiss watch exports have plunged, global demand has sunk and the industry is in a slump. But is it all doom and gloom? Where are the opportunities? This week Daniel Giacopelli…

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Does wealth make us rich anymore?, 3

30 November 2016

The younger generations have a unique perspective on what constitutes quality of life and what kind of impact they want their careers to have. Here we sit down with four entrepreneurs who have decided not to pursue personal…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 112

27 November 2016

We explore UBS’s longstanding and very special relationship with Art Basel, especially at Art Basel Miami Beach. We’ll consider the impact and importance of this fair and how the city has changed since it began. Plus we’ll…

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The Entrepreneurs, 267

23 November 2016

It’s sold in more than 140 countries, served in more than 100,000 outlets and almost seven million cups of its product are consumed everyday. But with an evolving coffee scene, a rise in Asian demand and the threat of…

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The Bulletin with UBS, 111

20 November 2016

The perfect opportunity to unpack some of the most complex questions dominating the thoughts of everyone from investors to strategists. We focus on the idea of arresting the next recession and discuss what more monetary and…

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One step ahead

The new year brings new opportunities – if you know where to look. With our tips and foresight and a little forward planning you’ll be in prime position to ring in the business changes.

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Work flow

The Netherlands’ fourth-largest city is attracting young entrepreneurs in droves. They come for a slower pace of life and to work in one of Europe’s friendliest and best-connected mini hubs.

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Retail renewal

Storied department store Engelhorn has clothed generations of Mannheim shoppers. Its top-drawer displays are enticing new visitors – and offering them an all-round experience.

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Healthy trade

Bulent Eczacibasi heads the industrial group with a focus on pharmaceuticals that bears his family name – and he’s been creative to maintain success. In London for the Design Biennial, he tells us why patronage is key to…

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Child's play?

Being the head of a toy company is most people’s dream job but keeping up with rapid changes in technology and staying ahead of your rivals is not all fun and games. Monocle visits Japan, Canada and Germany to meet the…

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