Our first stop was the capital, Bangkok. On the verge of becoming a mega city with a registered population of 9.7 million in 2019.
I’m now retired but, following the current trend, “re-cycled” as I do undertake various specialised missions.
The construction growth has been significant, capped off in 2018, when the city opened the Vincom Landmark 81, a 461m tall skyscrapper.
For only $2800 upfront cost and around $450 per month we could store 10 numeric numbers and toggle from normal signal strength to roaming.
Participating in a HR workshop and speaking about what makes the Seoul leaders successful amidst their silent achievements?
Cranes in a skyline have long been one of our industry indicators for the buoyancy of business. These cranes serve as a future predictor.
An oasis on the coastal edge of a desert. The business mecca of the entire Middle Eastern region, the country of United Arab Emirates.
The Ruhr Valley represented German might, and was home of the traditional heavy industrial sectors. The region was key to putting pride back into German precision.