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The second of our Global Clients Group series looks at the links between sustainability and commercial value
The rise of collaboration software has created a lot of questions for insurers - not least how to divide up and assign blame if anything goes wrong
Trade credit insurance has returned to construction, having all but disappeared just when it was needed most. So do today’s new policies offer a good deal for firms?
- The Global Clients Group
- It's not easy being globally green
- Consultants in the regions: Two-speed Britain
- Top 150 Contractors and Housebuilders 2012
- The Building Good Employer Guide: Pathfinders
- The 2011 contractors' salary guide
- Making client relationships work
Qatar spend millions on PR to secure the 2022 World Cup, now it needs to spend billions on construction to make it happen
Visiting Dubai last week, one of the most noticeable differences from previous trips was that I managed to reach all my meetings on time.
As Brian Green points out in his column on drumming up work, the government has pretty much kept the industry in business during the recession. About 40% of construction work undertaken in Britain is bought by the taxpayer, compared with 31% in the days when Northern Rock was just a bank with an innovative business model.
- Stop kicking Dubai
- Education is flourishing