Has the Pandemic Impacted Retail Rotation?
Before Covid-19, retail rotation was considered an indicator of a city’s healthy business and retail fabric. Has the pandemic impacted the opening of new shops, or has the process continued, helping businesses stay afloat?
Are Corporate Headquarters Doomed?
With its corporate headquarters and iconic buildings, the business district now has an uncertain future.
Trade Shows Uncertain Times
Expecting a dark winter, conferences are being canceled worldwide, putting millions of jobs at risk.
The Six-Foot and 15-Minute City
There is consensus for making cities greener, healthier, and more liveable. The “15-minute city”, a planning concept based on proximity focuses on these goals
Fira Barcelona ready for SmartCityLive, this year’s urban innovation event
Co-organized with Mediapro as a TV show, Smart City Live will be the digital edition of SCEWC this year. It will be online on Nov. 17-18.
Barcelona Hires IT Experts to Help Residents With Digital Tools
The city created the figure of IT agents to provide tech support and help to use email, digital IDs, videoconferencing, and online government services.
Barcelona will have to wait for MWC 2021
Yesterday, the GSMA announced that it is postponing the Mobile World Congress to the end of June.
Parking Reforms Could Be the Easiest Pollution and Economic Fix
Parking reforms may be the cheapest, fastest, and most straightforward way to increase economic efficiency, protect the environment, and promote social justice, argue the world’s top expert in city parking.
Time for Barcelona to “Hit Refresh”
It is time to make bold, disruptive changes in the city’s economy: fuel innovation, sustainability, and policies to improve Barcelona residents’ quality of life.