Business Daily meets: Russ Glass Sept. 8, 2022
Can an app, founded by a former monk, become one of the biggest tech companies in the world? Russ Glass, the chief executive of Headspace Health, takes Leanna Byrne behind the scenes in one of the biggest mergers in mental health technology. We get an insight into Headspace Health’s global expansion plans both online and offline; how people turned to mental health technology with the uncertainty of Covid; and how employers could soon be using its staff’s mental health data to make company wide policies. Presenter/producer: Leanna Byrne (Image: woman listening to headphones whilst meditating. Credit: Getty)
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Why Europe’s inland shipping network is drying up Sept. 7, 2022
Drought is causing huge problems in Europe, especially for river barges and their cargo.
Venice’s tourist problem: Are day trippers welcome? Sept. 5, 2022
The city authorities propose to charge visitors a daily fee to reduce overcrowding
Business Daily meets: Bruce Daisley Sept. 2, 2022
The former Twitter boss on how firms can help employees to become more resilient.
Using less gas in our homes Sept. 1, 2022
How the Dutch are tackling the challenge of reducing domestic gas usage.
Getting ready for Paris 2024 Aug. 31, 2022
We report on preparations for the 2024 Olympics from the host city, Paris.
The unusual world of dark tourism Aug. 30, 2022
We explore the dark and tragic places around the world that attract tourists.
How to dispose of nuclear waste Aug. 29, 2022
It is a challenge facing leaders and governments around the world.
The refugee entrepreneurs starting again Aug. 26, 2022
Refugees from around the world talk about starting a new life and business.
War in Ukraine: Farmers and workers struggle on Aug. 25, 2022
We find out how the Russian invasion has devastated European agriculture.
Fighting Ukraine fundraising fatigue Aug. 24, 2022
Chef Olia Hercules continues to raise funds six months after Russia invaded Ukraine
Tunnelling under the Atlantic Aug. 23, 2022
The sub-sea tunnels being dug to keep remote communities in the Faroe Islands alive.
Can Japan become Asia's Silicon Valley? Aug. 22, 2022
Find out how the Japanese government plans to increase the number of tech start-ups.
Business Daily meets: La June Montgomery Tabron Aug. 19, 2022
La June Montgomery Tabron tells us about running one of the world's biggest charities.
Rainbow washing Aug. 18, 2022
We look into whether companies using the rainbow pride logo truly support the cause.
Tackling over-tourism in Greece Aug. 17, 2022
The Greek government is promoting new holiday destinations to ease issues elsewhere.
The electric transport revolution Aug. 16, 2022
We look at the rising popularity of e-bikes and scooters.
Subscribe and fly: the travel industry’s latest trend Aug. 15, 2022
How travel companies are using subscription models to keep travellers travelling.
Business Daily Meets: Pernilla Nyresten Aug. 12, 2022
Find out how Pernilla Nyresten built her company and made business history in Sweden.
Sweden’s light time economy Aug. 11, 2022
Find out what twenty four hour sunshine means for the economy in parts of Sweden