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Smart cities were once a concept that could only be imagined as futuristic utopias, complete with huge skyscrapers, flying cars and star-wars like technology, but in actual fact, they are already starting to emerge in all corners of the globe. By 2050, 70% of the world’s population will live in cities. Such rapid urbanisation will bring with it a whole host of social and economic challenges, putting a strain on energy, infrastructure and healthcare resources
The Telegraph Smart Mobility Summit saw some of the leading figures in transport and sustainable energy look at a variety of innovative modes in which we aim to promote green transport, and tackle some of the issues of our age
On the 23rd of October, the marketing team at KQ Liverpool attended an insightful city stakeholder event hosted by the Liverpool City Council. It took place in the stunning Cunard building, which Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, was quick to compliment in terms of its South African rosewood interior and its history in the maritime industry.
Sheryl Moore, CSR Manager at Kier Construction Northern, met with the crane drivers working on the Liverpool International College development, to find out why they love their jobs in the sky.
Colin Sinclair talks about an upcoming trip to the US and the importance of getting out and seeing best practice from other cities.
Colin Sinclair looks back on the huge progress made in the Knowledge Quarter in recent years and discusses the exciting developments which are transforming the face of Liverpool.
Sophie from the KQ Liverpool team met with Dr. Duncan Robertson from the University of Liverpool Technology Directorate to find out how innovative businesses can access the facilities and expertise of a world-class research university for FREE.
Kevin Horton reflects on his recent visit to Oslo and considers the benefits of embracing a low carbon approach for the Liverpool brand.
MIPIM is the world’s biggest showcase for both cities and regions, with 23,000 participants from 90 countries. The global property industry gathers annually in Cannes, not to party, but to promote their own places.
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