Quand on est à la tête d'une petite entreprise, on est souvent seul. Alors, pourquoi ne pas partager son expérience d'entrepreneur ? Explorer la magnifique côte du sud-est de l'Italie tout en respectant l'environnement. C'est possible grâce aux voitures électriques louées par Sagelio qui est également en train de développer un réseau de stations de recharge dans la région des Pouilles. Giancarlo Ostuni, cofondateur de cette entreprise créée en 2017, a affiné son business plan après avoir passé deux mois au sein d'une PME néerlandaise qui construit des bornes de recharge pour les véhicules électriques. Un échange opéré grâce au Programme "Erasmus pour jeunes entrepreneurs." Du gagnant-gagnant "Grâce au programme, j'ai pu en quelque sorte, faire un bond dans l'avenir puisque le secteur des véhicules électriques aux Pays-Bas a 10 ans d'avance sur le marché … [Read more...] about Des entrepreneurs européens partagent leur expérience pour conquérir de nouveaux marchés
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HONG KONG: The students booked their tickets home at the end of the semester, hoping for a relaxing break after exams and a summer of happy reunions in China’s far west. Instead, they would be told that their relatives and neighbors were missing — all of them locked up in an expanding network of detention camps built to hold Muslim ethnic minorities. Authorities in the Xinjiang region were worried that the situation was a powder keg. And so they prepared. Leadership distributed a classified directive advising local officials to corner returning students as soon as they arrived and keep them quiet. It included a guide for how to handle their questions, beginning with the most obvious: Where is my family? “They’re in a training school set up by the government,” the prescribed answer began. If pressed, officials were to tell students that their relatives were not criminals — yet could not leave these “schools.” The question-and-answer script … [Read more...] about ‘Absolutely no mercy’: Leaked files show China’s mass detention of Muslims in officials’ own words
Dans cette édition de Business Planet, nous partons explorer les immenses possibilités dont les start-up et entreprises innovantes disposent dans le secteur de l'aérospatiale européen, en pleine croissance. Un secteur que l'Union européenne considère comme stratégique. Jadis réservé aux Etats, les avancées technologiques dans le domaine de l'espace sont désormais menées par des entreprises privées et sont devenues beaucoup plus accessibles pour les esprits entrepreneurs. Les innovations qui en découlent offrent ainsi des opportunités infinies pour développer de nouvelles technologies et de nouveaux services pour les consommateurs. Soutenir l'industrie aérospatiale européenne Nous sommes partis à la rencontre d'une entreprise basée à Varsovie, en Pologne. Son nom : PIAP Space. Lancée en 2017, elle tire profit de l'expansion de l'industrie aérospatiale en Europe. PIAP … [Read more...] about L’entrepreneuriat européen aux confins de l’univers
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been criticised after arguing population control should be part of tackling climate change. The Vermont senator told a TV debate that women "in poor countries" should have access to birth control.Conservatives said the remark meant the self-described democratic socialist's climate change policy was for fewer "brown babies".The UN forecasts the Earth's population will rise to 11 billion by 2100.On social media on Thursday, Mr Sanders was likened to a Marvel movie villain.Senator Ted Cruz said the Democratic White House hopeful's remarks evoked Thanos, the Avengers baddie who kills half the world's population with a snap of his fingers.The Texas Republican joked: "In a surprise move, last night Bernie announced Thanos as his running mate."What did Bernie Sanders say?The population control issue was raised during a CNN climate town hall event in New York City on Wednesday night during a question from an audience member.Martha Readyoff, … [Read more...] about Bernie Sanders in climate change ‘population control’ uproar
Trepidation made its home firmly on his face on Thursday, announcing its presence with lines of anxiety and the repeated jumpy widening of his eyes.Rediff.com Thursday, December 7, was possibly the worst day of the Sheena Bora murder trial for Shyamvar Pinturam Rai. Its toll was fairly visible. By the end of trial lawyer Sudeep Pasbola's three-hour cross examination of Rai, who was the Mukerjeas' driver, he was exhausted. More, he appeared insecure. Worried. Edgy. He gave off, at times, tense glimmers of smiles to CBI Special Judge Jayendra Chandrasen Jagdale. He was not the chirpy Rai of previous court sessions who reeled off blithe "Yaad nahins" to every question put to him, Trepidation made its home firmly on his face on Thursday, announcing its presence with lines of anxiety and the repeated jumpy widening of his eyes. The hands that grasped the railings, Rai sometimes flexed restlessly. He kept scuffing his toes and transferred weight from one leg to the other. Three hours is a … [Read more...] about Sheena Bora trial: Was the driver lying?
'There are so many guys who are hungry, want to win, are competitive, really talented and great athletes. It doesn't necessarily have to be one guy.' IMAGE: 23-year-old Christian Coleman believes 'everybody should be celebrated'. Photograph: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Christian Coleman said he was not ready to become the face of athletics and fill the void left by the retirement of the great Usain Bolt after winning gold in the 100 metres at the world championships on Saturday. Coleman clocked a season's best time of 9.76 seconds, edging fellow American Justin Gatlin to be crowned the world's fastest man. Asked if he was ready become the new face of the sport, Coleman said: "This is not something I really focus on. "There are so many guys who are hungry, want to win, are competitive, really talented and great athletes," the 23-year-old added. "It doesn't necessarily have to be one guy." Bolt, who won eight Olympic gold medals and led Jamaica through a golden era in sprinting, … [Read more...] about Coleman ‘not ready to replace’ Bolt