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From performing arts to the art of performance, Yokogawa Managing Director Russell Palmer has done it all.
After a challenging 2016, Royal IHC is picking up the pace and using its strong knowledge base to provide innovative solutions (with a commercial bent) for its clients.
Sydneysiders are fastidious about their water views, and while Waterway Constructions may sometimes get in the way, the Harbour wouldn’t function without it.
BOMAG is on a mission to become the top player in its industry, and to get there it’s putting staff at the forefront.
CEO of Norman Disney & Young, Stuart Fowler believes the people-first approach to management — “look after your own and look after them well” — is the key to future success.
Architect Joseph Lau understands his clients have good ideas and that teamwork is required to make them a reality.
Ashvinkumar Kantilal, Group CEO of ONG&ONG Pte Ltd, has the future mapped out for one of Singapore’s leading design companies.
Learn how a small and simple port grew into a world leading entity that would help put Indian maritime trade on the global map and boost the national economy.
Seow Seng Wei has overcome more than one challenge in his construction career — but learning to do more with less may be his greatest one yet.
The outgoing Managing Director of ABB Australia reflects on the company’s progress over the past six years, while his successor looks to the future.
Jamie Bruce shares how a contract with the US Army was the catalyst for Australian marine engineering business Birdon to enter into the American market.
In 2008, most companies were still reeling from the GFC. Wim Sarens explains how Sarens' decision to expand its business globally gleaned great results.