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The Chiefs

Tyler Brûlé is joined by an array of C-suite leaders – including the CEOs of major airlines, broadsheets, institutions and retail operations – for in-depth discussions about business and entrepreneurship. Do you want to know how the finest global businesses are successfully navigating through times of crisis? Then join Monocle’s editorial director – himself a champion of entrepreneurialism – and a stellar cast of leading chief executives for practical advice on steering companies towards secure and profitable futures.

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The Way to Work

The Way to Work with the Adecco Group Foundation is a new programme on the future of working life. We’ll discuss the digital revolution and the relationship between humans and technology. We’ll explore where to find untapped talent in the global workforce and consider the changing meaning of career transition. We’ll visit the WEF in Davos and report from the Adecco Group Foundation’s own ‘Future Series’ event, before wrapping up the season with some answers to the questions that all businesses, employers and employees should be asking.

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L R  Catch up

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Only in Australia

In ‘Only in Australia’, Georgina Godwin visited every corner of the country to explore the unique nature of Australian luxury and meet some of the country’s creative entrepreneurs and eco-tourism pioneers. It was a luxury travel experience defined not by opulence and gold taps but by immersion in wild, untamed landscapes and the innovative accommodation designs embedded within; by the chance to connect with the world’s oldest living culture; and by exclusive access to a distinctively Australian creative scene. Now that the world is opening up again, join her to explore.

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Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo

In this brand new series of 3.55 podcasts for Chanel – produced by Monocle 24 – we head to the opening of Chanel’s Mademoiselle Privé Tokyo exhibition, which runs at the Japanese capital’s B&C Hall-Tennoz until 1 December and takes a journey through haute couture, high jewellery and Chanel No. 5. Monocle’s editor-in-chief, Tyler Brûlé, will meet Chanel's fashion president and ambassadors, including Pharrell Williams and Sofia Coppola, to discuss the codes and craft of the maison, as well as its relationship with Japan.

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