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In the next issue of Verdict Emerge, out in April, we'll be focusing on green innovations, and how they can present an opportunity to businesses, rather than an additional restriction. We’ll hear from former US Vice President Al Gore about the state of climate change, and consider his thoughts on the role businesses can play.

In addition, we’ll look at some of the technologies combining sustainability with operational savings, and hear from some of the companies using environmental concerns as the driving force behind industry disruption.

Plus, we’ll consider how one innovative startup is transforming the world of bricks and mortar retail, and find out how the rollout of 5G technology is set to impact a host of industries.


Editor | Lucy Ingham

Deputy Editor | Daniel Davies

Writers | Chris Lo, Abi Millar

Publishing Assistant | Callum Tyndall

Magazine Designers | Francesco Cianciulli,

Paulius Zutautas

Graphic Designers | Kate Cuntapay,

Lorena Martinez, Marzia Compassi,

Anett Arc, Sara Basto

Lead Designer | John Hammond

Group Editor | Susanne Hauner

Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


Sales Manager | Antonio Del Guercio

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