Check out this city guide for tips on what to see, do and eat during your free time in Munich. Bavaria’s capital city is well known for its architecture, culture and Oktoberfest celebrations. Automotive is one of the city’s biggest industries; auto giant BMW calls Munich home. Technology, finance, engineering and tourism are also key sectors. Munich hosts multiple global conferences and events each year.
Business etiquette tips and the best things to eat and do during your free time in Amsterdam. Check out this city guide for tips on what to see, do and eat during your free time in the Netherland’s capital city with picturesque canals, bridges and more bikes than people.
Tips for eating, drinking and doing business in France’s largest city. Paris is the city of love, light, fashion and finance. The city is home to over 2 million people but attracts millions more visitors for business and leisure every year. Key industries include banking, fashion, cosmetics, manufacturing, telecommunications and tourism.
Beaches, mountains and baboons? Check out South Africa’s oldest city. Tourists and business travelers flock to Cape Town. Tourism, energy, finance and business services are key industries.
A business traveler’s guide to the UAE’s largest city-state. Dubai is the largest of the United Arab Emirates’ city-states. Its location on the Persian Gulf has aided its development as a center of innovation, trade and tourism. Expatriates from around the globe boost Dubai’s population; only a fraction of residents are natives.
Toronto, Canada’s largest metropolis, is one of the world’s most multicultural cities. Read our city guide and find a variety of ethnic restaurants and come across cultural hotspots and events that reflect locals’ diverse backgrounds and lifestyles.
Mexico City is elevated, expansive and enriched by modern commerce and ancient culture. The city is Mexico’s center of politics and finance and, with more than 150 museums and plenty of galleries, a robust music scene and fascinating Aztec ruins in the city center, it’s also rich in art, culture and history.
Shanghai was originally a fishing and textiles town. Today, it’s one of China’s biggest cities and a global financial hub. Traditional Chinese culture and modern commerce shape the two sides of the city. The city keeps growing. The population is expected to exceed 26 million in 2019. Major industries include manufacturing, tourism, transportation and financial services.