This year, World Tourism Day will be commemorated on the 27 September, in Qatar.
The Good Food Guide has released its annual awards list, revealing the top 50 restaurants based in the United Kingdom.
Today marks India’s Independence day and while India may have lost its title of the world’s fastest growing economy, the country continues to be an economic growth powerhouse.
Residents of urban areas across Europe have displayed their discontent with so-called over-tourism: the somewhat unavoidable negative consequences that increased visitor levels have on popular destinations.
If you’re looking to launch a new technology startup focusing on the Internet of Things (IoT), London isn’t necessarily the best place to do it.
As the largest carbon emission contributors, urban areas should be capable of tackling climate change without government support.
Choosing where in the world to do business has never been simple — today it’s harder than ever
Buoyed by the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), the Conservatives successfully passed the Queen’s Speech and formed a British government, but what does this mean for cities and devolved power?
While virtual reality (VR) is still mostly being developed for the video games industry its already popping up in construction, aerospace, healthcare, education and even urban planning.
As a city’s population becomes more educated, positive economic factors increase along side it.
Asia is arguably the most important part of the world for business today.
Charities and NGOs across the world are giving slum dwellers an address and identity through mapping the slums and informal settlements in which they reside.
No one won last week’s UK election.
In an attempt to bolster regional connectivity and make airline travel affordable, the government of India has launched a campaign called Common Man Should Fly — Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik (shortened to Udan) in Hindi.
Doing business in Europe is looking a whole lot more uncertain than it did just a year ago
While New York has grown in wealth, Detroit has economically declined.
The Dubai Civil Defence (DCD), an emergency management organisation of Dubai, has completed the testing for using nanotech in fire suppression operations and has also launched new smart applications.
The UK is a heavily divided country politically.
By 2025 over 60 percent of the global population will live in urban areas.
As commercial centres become increasingly homogenised a new breed of shopping mall is challenging how we view retail therapy and offering an all-encompassing lifestyle experience in the city proper.
Analysis of the latest US population data suggests that population growth in large US cities slowed in 2016, as it has for the past five years.
Vienna, the Austrian capital, has come top for overall quality of living for the 8th year in a row, according to Mercer’s 19th Quality of Living survey.
Pollution is responsible for one in four deaths among children aged five and under, making it a greater threat than Ebola according, to the World Health Organisation.
Oxford has been named the least affordable city to live in the UK.
The London metropolitan area is set to grow by 1m people and over 500,000 households by 2025, according to data from GlobalData Cities.
Unprecedented air pollution is being seen in population hot spots across the globe.
Sydney, Australia, is top of the list for all our holiday excursion plans as the city has been revealed as top of 2016’s most reputable cities list.
Tokyo pulled further ahead of Russia in terms of nominal gross domestic product (GDP) as the world continues to shift towards city dominance.