In a global, interconnected, “I-can-be-everywhere” world, sometimes the most decadent experience is to be somewhere. To be, quite literally, grounded in a specific place. From tourism to wine to fragrance, the qualities of place can enhance the experience and value of the product. Understanding how our things emerge from and remain forever tied to discrete locales is a critical way in which luxury pushes back on the encroaching global experience.
Michele McGrath talks to Helen Thomas, the Business Editor of BBC Newsnight, about the future of the British highstreet in this segment of the show.
Partner, Martin Gronemann, talks to The Times about the importance of making your kids financially literate in an increasingly cash-free world.
Bill Welser talks Artificial intelligence, and how our humanity - and our bias - creeps into it on this episode of the Masters of Data podcast.