It’s nearly impossible to imagine the impact that Metro Madrid had on residents of Spain’s capital city when it first arrived one hundred years ago in 1919.
Guyana, the small country on the north coast of South America, is a country like no other on the continent.
Over the past 50 years, Abu Dhabi and its sister emirates in the UAE have provided the world with an example of how well-planned sustainable investments can bring a country from
It is only fitting that Italy’s largest airport is named Leonardo da Vinci Airport, after the man who designed the first helicopter and flying machine in 1480.
When Business Excellence first visited Codelco’s Chuquicamata mine all the way back in 2013, what stuck out most was the sheer scale of the operations.
Only a handful of cities in the world can claim a history as rich and diverse as that of Prague.
Located on the Caribbean island of Tobago on the Plantations Estate, the four-star Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort has made a name for itself in sustainable luxury.
Regular readers of Business Excellence may recall our profile on Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) in South Africa back in 2013.
Figures recently released by the Costa Rican Tourist Board show that tourism in the small Central American country is thriving.
Tel Aviv is not only Israel’s second city by population and its business capital, it is also globally recognized as one of the world’s most innovative startup hubs.
This issue features Prague Airport, Madrid Metro, Al Qana Water Front, Santiago Metro Chile and lots more