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September 2013

From the best schools for useful degrees to tips from leaders who've lived it, Monocle meets the people shifting fresh products, services and experiences.

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Life cycle

A master who was making Tour de France bikes in the 1980s and an apprentice with a background in skateboarding – together they are ensuring that the renowned Zullo name lives on for cycling aficionados around the world.

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Let's talk

When it comes to peace treaties, where there’s a will there’s a Norway. The peace and reconciliation unit in Oslo is involved in 20 such projects around the world – and one of the most prominent has brought the Colombian…

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Observation

A trip to the shops sells editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé on the notion that the future of retail lies at the heart of communities.

Global

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Out on his own

John Jay helped make the Portland-based advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy a global creative force through work for Nike, Uniqlo and others. With his own spin-off, GX, he plans even bigger coups – by starting small.

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Asia Briefing

The airline setting up in China's second cities, Seoul's push for greener transport and Japan's tourism drive.

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Glazing a trail

The enamelware coming out of the Noda Horo factory in the Kanto region of Japan hardly has time to sit on the shelves before it flies off them again. Meet the family firm that has forged a reputation for quality and crea…

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Modern times

A slice of US-style modernism deep in the heart of the Caribbean, Puerto Rico’s El Monte provokes an almost messianic zeal among its adherents. To them, El Monte is not simply a home but an experiment in how to live.

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Home movie

Monocle gets behind the scenes of Brunei’s first-ever commercial feature film as local artists look to establish an indigenous movie industry to rival their Asian neighbours and make a splash on the international stage.

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Total hotel

The new Ace Hotel in east London is intended to not only meet the usual criteria of offering rooms for guests but also provide non-paying local-neighbourhood residents with a place to gather and creative businesses with…

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Changing times

The MBA has always been a target for executives looking to rise up the ranks. But be it globalisation, economic instability or the tech boom, the business world is constantly shifting in both its fortunes and its focus. How…

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Breaking out

We’ve been telling you for years to take the plunge and start that business. The world is ready and, armed with our Entrepreneurs Guide, so are you.

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Space to think

From the socialist designs of modernist Havana to sharp minds surrounded by cutting-edge architecture in New York, plus a little bit of rural England thrown in the mix, we look at how art, music and philosophy are being…

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Europe Briefing

The view from Germany's campaign trail, why crossing the Russia/Baltics border just got easier and an interview with a key figure in the Turkish protests.

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Art Market Briefing

A contemporary Asian art auction in Singapore, a new gallery in Hong Kong and an interview with Canadian dentist-turned-collector Kenneth Montague.

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