Introducing Reflect Magazine

Packed full of insightful business ideas the Magazine aims to inspire, engage and challenge.
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The inaugural issue of Reflect magazine was launched at the Equatex 2015 Client Conference in Malta this week. Packed full of insightful business ideas the Magazine aims to inspire, engage and challenge.

In each issue, we will tackle topics in our industry and global business; we will invite informed opinion and expert predictions for the future; we will explore the big ideas that matter to international companies.

In this first edition we have brought together a broad panel of innovative thinkers:

IN THIS ISSUE

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WHEN YOU PUT HUMANS INTO A MATHS EQUATION, YOU GET A LAND OF CHAOS

Design Psychologist, Paul Davies, tells us why he believes that psychology is key when designing online financial platforms and recognising how people make decisions.

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EQUITY CULTURE – A PLACE TO CALL YOUR OWN

Siemens’ Marc Muntermann and Helmut Mannert then discuss how their business is engaging employees across the globe through a culture of ownership.

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THE FUTURE OF BUSINESS TRAVEL

Skyscanner’s Filip Filipov continues with his vision of how technology could revolutionise travel and bring business people closer together.

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WHO RUNS THE WORLD?

The Sunday Times’ Economics Editor, David Smith, examines the relationship between nation states and global corporations.

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IT TAKES AN ORCHESTRA TO PLAY A SYMPHONY

David E. Hawkins from the Institute for Collaborative Working offers us a framework for encouraging collaboration within multinationals.

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