As the world unites to fight and manage the challenges presented by the global Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic, a number of companies across the globe are doing their bit to protect staff, engage local community, educate customers and directly contribute to fight against the virus

And in line with this BE brings you a small list of what some of the biggest brands are doing

Archaeologists have shown that Ecuador’s capital Quito has a history which extends back over 5,000 years, making it one of the oldest cities in the world. This is at least in part due to the city’s famous geography: at an altitude of 2,850 metres above sea level, defenders of the city were able to see enemies coming a few hours in advance. These days, it just means the views are spectacular.

Metro de Santo Domingo: Un transformador cumple 10 años

El Metro de Santo Domingo, el sistema de metro más extenso de la región de America Central, cumple 10 años en 2019. Durante este tiempo, el metro ha transportado más de 500 millones de pasajeros en la ciudad, y cada año muestra un crecimiento significativo. Vale destacar que, diez años después de su apertura, un boleto de metro cuesta lo mismo que el día en que se abrió: RD$ 20 (cuarenta centavos de dólar estadounidense).




Mina Cobre Las Cruces: Leading Spain’s Mining Turnaround



Waste foil is one of the harder materials to recycle and most of the time it is sent for incineration. however, have successfully created a route for recycling that turns polymer-based label waste and foil printing waste into new recycled products.


On the other hand, the waste from paper labels is shredded, blended, and turned into recycled paper of various grades.

From economic challenges to complex geopolitics, pressing sustainability issues to fast-evolving technologies, a deluge of macro trends has meant businesses are turning their sights to a role that can minimise risk and drive value creation: the Chief Procurement Officer (CPO). Once considered a back-office function, the modern CPO can make all the difference to whether a business sinks or swims in today’s turbulent marketplace.


*Antamina, Peru's premier copper zinc mine, is poised for an electrifying expansion journey, having secured approval for a monumental $2 billion project set to propel its operations until 2036. Supported by industry juggernauts such as Glencore, Teck Resources, BHP, and Mitsubishi, Antamina's ambitious expansion plans signify a thrilling chapter in the nation's mining narrative. Central to this groundbreaking endeavor is the Modification of the Environmental Impact Study (MEIA), a visionary framework empowering Antamina to embark on dynamic changes to its existing infrastructure.


In recent years, Ghana's mining industry has undergone a remarkable transformation, propelled by the twin forces of digitalization and an increasing focus on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles. As one of the leading gold producers in Africa, Ghana's mining sector stands at the forefront of innovation and sustainability, embracing technological advancements while prioritizing responsible practices.


Digitalization Driving Efficiency