With a tech-driven approach, start-ups in Angola are turning the wheels of the economy faster, driving more investment and job-creation for Angola’s youthful population.
An online ride service is helping to diversify Angola’s economy - and its workforce.
Business Planet travels to Denmark to look at the opportunities and challenges faced by small and medium sized firms when it comes to winning lucrative public sector contracts.
Thousands of attendees, including the founders of many regional startups, attended the two-day Sharjah Entrepreneurship Festival (SEF) this November
Tunisian motor company WallysCar was set up by two brothers who had no prior experience in mechanical engineering.
There's a perception that small companies are excluded from lucrative government contracts. But should they be? Business Planet meets a man who plays a key role in awarding public contracts to private companies.
The European Union's proposed "carbon border tax" on imports could introduce uncertain and harmful factors to otherwise friendly cooperation in climate talks, an adviser to China's negotiating team at a United Nations conference said on Wednesday.
Delegates set out to understand if companies betting on 'green' growth are making the right choice, what kind of support and funding is available and what challenges do they face
Facebook issues first correction notice at Singapore's request
Business Planet travels to Zwolle in the Netherlands to see how one award-winning business incubator has become a seedbed for start-ups.
Business Planet looks at how one award-winning Dutch incubator is helping dozens of startups to produce the next generation of sustainable plastics.
Dubai Ports becoming an important investor in ports management is one example of current integration.
From SMEs to corporates, Angola taps the power of women in business. In this edition of Business Angola, we look for the stories behind a statistic: a global study finds a high rate of women entrepreneurship - about 40% of all working women in Angola.
While Brexit will inevitably affect different areas of any European or global business, if companies can be adaptable, they stand in better stead to weather the storm. While it may be costly now, being prepared for any outcome is the best current approach to an uncertain political climate.
The city is laying claim to having "the first commercial endeavor" from the Boring Company.
Business Planet heads to Berlin to see how one innovative book publisher has accelerated its growth thanks to smarter finance backed by Europe.
Business Planet speaks to the man behind the world's first reader-powered book publisher
Tiles are the building blocks of the global ceramics sector, according to Grand View Research
Over 1,700 people from 22 countries converged at the second inaugural South Africa Investment Conference in Johannesburg. The gathering that was part of the president’s push to improve Africa’s second largest economy and deal with the 29.1% unemployment rate.
Ex-Twitter employee accused of spying for Saudi Arabia granted bond
A Reuters poll has found that sterling would bounce in the case of a Conservative win in the UK election, whereas a Labour win would see the opposite.
A team of French volunteers have found engine fragments that fell from an Airbus A220 during a mid-air engine explosion in July.
Sokhna World port in Egypt is a free economic and trade area that is on a mission to boost foreign investments
Germany's defence minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer said on Tuesday that it still hadn't ruled out whether to block Huawei from the country's 5G build-out.
Heiko Maas told reporters in Berlin that Huawei was a company dependent on the Chinese state, which meant Huawei was obliged to pass on information to the government there.
Hong Kong official deeply regrets civil servants taking part in protests