One of GN Hearing’s top executives talks to Milestone about the future of hearing devices and signing big partnerships with tech giants. […]
PRINOTH makes snow groomers, tracked vehicles, and vegetation management machines – all heavy duty and fully trusted. Milestone caught up with company […]
MCH Group has its roots in the Swiss Sample Fair, which took place in the Swiss city of Basel in 1916. Since […]
Founded in 1945 in Stuttgart, KAISER+KRAFT steadily established itself as an international service for business supplies, and steadily expanded its continental reach […]
He may have one eye on life post-Bosch following a management shuffle set to take effect at the end of the year, […]
With around 35 million customers in 30 countries, Hamburg-based bonprix is one of the leading fashion retailers internationally. Clothes that suit people […]
Milestone spoke to Tiemeyer Group’s CEO, Heinz-Dieter Tiemeyer about going green, driving success, and the future of the automobile industry. The […]
Soaring above the clouds by name, soaring above the clouds by nature; Eagle Chemicals is in fine fettle right now and in […]
A rich history, unrivalled comfort, and a Michelin-starred restaurant to boot: five-star hotel Cour des Loges is a rare find amidst Lyon’s […]
Dr. Yann Tissot, the founder and CEO of innovative lighting company L.E.S.S. SA explains what it takes to disrupt an entire industry. […]
Philippines-based components manufacturer Cirtek Electronics Corporation is thriving despite the difficulties wrought by COVID, and is now looking towards an exciting future. […]
Ege Seramik, established in Kemalpaşa in Turkey in 1972 has become one of the leading tile companies in the building materials sector […]
Milestone spoke to author and CEO of Think Productive Graham Allcott about the problem with meetings following the release of his new […]
Traditionally a high street oriented market, cosmetics suffered a considerable hit during the coronavirus pandemic. The “try before you buy” principle favoured […]
Danish furniture retailer BoConcept’s results speak for themselves; last year was the company’s best on record. BoConcept was founded in Denmark in […]
Swiss company DECTRIS is the leading supplier of detectors for analytical X-ray diffraction applications. CEO and founder Christian Broennimann’s entrepreneurial spirit is […]
As the COVID pandemic rolls on, new customers have been drawn to private aviation, particularly charter. We caught up with Bernhard Fragner, […]
TDV Industries – a major French manufacturer of technical and functional fabrics for work, protective, and industrial clothing – merged with Klopman – Europe’s […]
Christian Heil, the founder of L-Acoustics, has made it his mission to develop the perfect sound. At festivals such as Coachella, famous […]
The Hut at Colwell Bay, Isle of Wight is back after a makeover – plus a new head chef and menu. With […]
CEO of Beter Bed Holding John Kruijssen works on the principle that good sleep is the foundation of a good life. He […]
Luckily for the Chiron Group, CFO Vanessa Hellwing isn’t afraid to make big decisions to fight back against a decline in demand […]
Portugal’s textile industry has held up pretty well during the COVID crisis, largely thanks to the resilience, flexibility, and good business practices […]
Port International can call on almost 150 years of experience in the fruit game – Tiete Port laid the cornerstone for the […]
One of the finest hotels in the UK, The Gainsborough Bath Spa’s decadence, service, and unique charm are fit for an emperor. […]
The pristine slopes of Kopaonik, Serbia’s top ski resort, are among only a handful of runs that managed to open this year […]
BRUSA Elektronik AG is a leading engineering provider for all electronic and mechanical components of the e-Powertrain. Since the foundation of the […]
As a global specialist in manufacturing coated textiles, Cotting Group is celebrating 75 years in business and plans to continue for many […]
Hot items included Barbie dolls, Lego sets, the Nintendo Switch, headphones and smartwatches, according to Adobe.
The company has been hoping for a valuation of as much as $90 billion in a U.S. IPO, according to a news report earlier this month.
Postal workers have disrupted the Swedish Transport Agency’s deliveries of license plates to Tesla.
The canal normally handles about 36 ships a day, but will gradually reduce the number of vessels to 18 a day by Feb. 1 to conserve water.
Musk met with Israeli officials including Benjamin Netanyahu and toured the kibbutz where some of the worst violence by Hamas occurred on Oct. 7.
The states behind the suit allege the company said publicly that its platform was safe, when internal data showed that users experienced disproportionate harm online.
Many people will see lower premiums through 2025, thanks to provisions in the Inflation Reduction Act.
Rising interest rates and a shaky commercial real estate sector is weighing on the economy: “You’re operating perennially in a cloud of uncertainty.”
Pudgy Penguins CEO Luca Netz says he never went down a spending rabbit hole as a millionaire—Rolls-Royce aside.
Social media has transformed from a place where users connect with friends to a distribution network for influencers and the brands that sponsor them.