A PLAIN SAILING SEGMENT THAT ALLOCATES ELEMENTARY FACTS AND DIRECTIONS SPELLING OUT THE DEETS OF A HANDFUL OF COUNTRIES FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD, EACH OF WHICH REQUIRES A VISIT BY EVERY BUSINESS ENTHUSIAST
By -RUBIKA BEDI
New York: The Big Apple houses America’s most powerful financial institutions, media corporations, and communications agencies. New York will always be one of the globe’s top travel destinations for business. It’s one of the easiest places on the planet to network with like-minded professionals — which is why one will probably end up visiting New York on business at one point or another in their career. In between engagements, be sure to take a stroll through Central Park, hit some of the city’s world-class museums and check out Broadway.
Dublin: Dubliners are a friendly and straight-forward bunch. Those characteristics have played a big part in making Dublin one of the best global cities to do business in. For the second year in a row Ireland is Europe’s fastest growing economy; as its capital city, Dublin is at its economic heart. It is home to some of the world’s leading companies like Citibank, Lufthansa and Accenture and are quickly becoming one of the most energetic start-up capitals in the world. Put simply, Dublin is a city which gets things done minus the hassle and the fuss – rather like its inhabitants. Dublin is hip, chic, historical and everything in between. The Irish capital entertains some of Europe’s top travel, tech and social media conferences — and when you’re not ducking in and out of trade shows and meetings, Dublin has a whole lot to offer visitors. From the city’s charming Georgian streets to its quirky cafes and rowdy pubs, it’s impossible not to have a great time here. Over the last number of decades Dublin has grown into a global services hub; this compact city now plays host to a diverse business culture. In its boardrooms discussion focuses around such industries as financial services, ICT, life sciences, creative industries, biotech, medical tech and pharma. However, growth in these areas has not been down to chance. A number of elements have contributed to Dublin’s fertile pro-business environment.
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