Manny Berhanu

Manny Berhanu is a graduate in international relations and history and a journalist with experience in international charity work, social justice issues, and technology.
Grasping Green, Social and Sustainability Bonds
Since the first Green Bond was issued by the World Bank in 2008, the market has grown year-on-year with...
Companies Helping Clean the World's Most Polluted Rivers
Around 11m metric tons of plastics enter the oceans every year, meaning action needs to be taken.
The End of E-Commerce Returns
How much of an issue have product returns become?
FutureBusiness Welcomes Social Progress Imperative As a Partner
Assessing Countries Performances Through the Work of Social Progress Imperative FutureBusiness welcomes...
How Can Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Boost Business?
Why is Robotic Process Automation (RPA) becoming more and more popular within business?
How the Changing Regulations for Big Tech will Impact your Business
What does the regulation of big tech mean for other businesses?
The World's Biggest Emitters and Their Climate Pledges
How much are countries pledging to reduce emissions?
The Beginning of the End for Passwords?
With the reliability of passwords declining, are we heading towards a password-free future?
Solid-State Batteries: The Future of Battery Technology?
Lithium-ion battery technology currently dominates the electric vehicle field. Most well-known plug-in...
The Datafication of Business
Has datafication redefined business?
Discrimination in the Workplace
Which businesses have been involved in discriminatory behaviour?
How Could The Metaverse Transform Business?
How could the metaverse impact the future of business?

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The Beginning of the End for Passwords?
With the reliability of passwords declining, are we heading towards a password-free future?
The Growing Use of Blockchain Technology
Is Blockchain technology the future?
A Summary of Sustainable Finance Trends 2022
What should we expect when it comes to sustainable finance trends in 2022?
Companies Helping Clean the World's Most Polluted Rivers
Around 11m metric tons of plastics enter the oceans every year, meaning action needs to be taken.

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