At current rates of progress, 47 countries in Africa and South Asia are unlikely to meet the goal of ending hunger in eight years’ time.
As Singapore’s seniors look for ways to increase their quality of life, opportunities arise for products and services catering specifically to the elderly.
Many Southeast Asian countries are strengthening their digital economies but unequal access and lack of digital literacy are barriers for the region.
A tribute to our teachers, trainers, coaches, and mentors who helped us develop the skills and other abilities necessary for our careers.
Thailand opens up many opportunities in health and wellness services for the elderly by positioning itself as a hub for medical, health and wellness tourism.
Vietnamese people’s lack of digital skills and knowledge is a barrier to realising the vision of its National Digital Transformation Programme.
Post-pandemic global tourism recovers quickly, with tourists more willing to pay a premium to visit safer and well-regulated destinations.
The Digital India programme aims to improve the country’s digital economy and empower society by helping businesses, startups, and innovators digitalise.
The two Malaysia Digital Catalytic Programs aim to accelerate the growth of the nation’s digital economy and establish Malaysia as a digital hub of ASEAN.
Weighing in on this year’s World Ozone Day, Spire COO, Japnit, feels that our generation has the power and the will to heal the world.