Cycling to work in Hong Kong
How attractive is Hong Kong from the viewpoint of startups? Real estate services provider Savills assessed 30 cities from around the world with criteria ranging from the volume of inward venture capital investment to the cost of a cup of white coffee in order to establish which cities are the most attractive homes for tech companies and are therefore magnets for talent. According to the overall mobility ranking of its Tech Cities Index, London ranks first, thanks to its transport innovations and an urban environment that is conducive for cycling and walking.
Strength assessment is key to success of smart city devt
Philippines and Indonesia are rich in natural resources but face common problems such as severe traffic congestion and air pollution amid an urbanization trend. Given the issues, questions arise as to how such countries should proceed when it comes to smart city development? What should be done at the very beginning to ensure the success of smart city implementation?