Entrepreneurs want to live in places that have inspirational settings, a clean environment, good infrastructure, and a vibrant support community.
Ideas from the stonemason school on the Croatian island of Brač could be useful in solving unemployment problems around the world.
History is powerful. It teaches you what works, what doesn’t, and why people behave the way they do. It may even help to predict the future.
A feeding of wild deer shows the depth of Germany's passion for environmental preservation.
Venice is being threatened by rising sea levels, pollution, and excessive tourism. It will take a lightning bolt of engineering and commercial ingenuity to save it.
The allure of Mediterranean living is powerful in Croatia.
A trip to East Asia reveals an agricultural disequilibrium. For some entrepreneurs, that spells money.
Overcoming my doubt about the efficacy of this Italian savory treat to satisfy my hunger, Tricia and I stepped into a hole-in-the-wall in Italy’s southern city of Bari to procure a slice. The experience was more than I bargained for.
Happiness is found in simple pleasures. On the last day of summer, we explored the old town of Korčula, Croatia. In the process, we made a few friends with the help of a rice cake.
The discovery of a Latin inscription on a seawall in Korčula, Croatia offers a charming end to a day exploring the island’s dense forests and historical treasures.
The Mediterranean island of Korčula is the setting for a grand conclusion to my masters program in entrepreneurship. The Croatians once again prove to be remarkable hosts.
Honeypot: A product or service that attracts large numbers of tourists.
"To see, or not to see, that is the question."
Malta's green spaces are worth more than gold.
On the Mediterranean island of Malta, there are UNESCO sites older than the Egyptian pyramids. They need to be protected.
Architecture and city planning is a direct reflection of a region's inhabitants.
"If so small a son has cost so dear, what price shall we have to pay for so large a father?"
Festivals in Malta are a big deal.
The South Korean government is spending US$10 million to encourage hikers to slow down and relax.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."
- Margaret Mead