A commitment to the hard work of tackling global challenges explains the purpose and success of the Paris Peace Forum, Founder Justin Vaïsse tells the Brunswick Review.
By Kevin Helliker
09 November 2022
Simon Mundy, editor of The Financial Times' Moral Money, has written a book, and a cartography, to help navigate the world of ESG. In conversation with Brunswick Group he delves into the key ESG issues encompassed in "Race for Tomorrow: Survival, Innovation and Profit on the front lines of the Climate Crisis."
By Carlos Martin Tornero
14 June 2022
Ferruccio Resta, who leads Milan’s oldest university, speaks with Brunswick about why he wouldn’t be surprised if Netflix or Amazon entered higher education, and what it takes for an institution to compete with the likes of Harvard, Oxford or MIT.
By Alessandro Iozzia
02 June 2022
The South African Radio Astronomy Observatory is helping astronomers everywhere find answers to fundamental questions about the universe. It will also reward South Africa for its gutsy leadership. “You’ve got to be globally excellent,” Rob Adam, Director of the Observatory, tells Brunswick’s Marina Bidoli and Carlton Wilkinson.
By Marina Bidoli
12 April 2022
The Charleston Trust preserves an iconic farmhouse in southern England—and, as important, it looks to continue the kinds of discussions that took place there between great artists and thinkers. Brunswick speaks with its Executive Director and CEO.
By Rachel Chang
04 April 2022
A President at the Cement-Building Materials Business of one Southeast Asia’s leading conglomerates, SCG (formerly known as the Siam Cement Group), Nithi Patarachoke recently spoke with Brunswick about leadership, sustainability commitments, and key trends set to shape Southeast Asia.
By Dararin Choomsai Na Ayuthaya
12 January 2022