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Publication
Monday 14 Nov 2022
Tech Champions: Microsite Launch (Single Sponsor)
Tuesday 15 Nov 2022
Call for Entries - Asia-Pacific Climate Leaders
Thursday 17 Nov 2022
Chemicals and Manufacturing - Burst 3

Chemicals and Manufacturing

The Financial Times proposes to publish this Special Report over three bursts:

03, 10 and 17 November, 2022


We plan to include the following pieces of content (please note this list is provisional):


Chemicals: The Price of Sustainability 

Governments and regulators are trying to cut carbon emissions and clean up the environment by introducing stricter rules on hazardous chemicals. For example, in Europe, the EU is targeting up to 12,000 substances used in everything from paints and detergents to electric-car batteries and semiconductors, and proposing that chemical companies develop substitutes or reformulations — a process that can take years. But the European chemicals industry says this will wipe out €70bn of their revenues and cost 40,000 jobs. So how can the industry replace or reformulate substances at lower cost? And can new research and new techniques help? 


Plastics: Why Recycling May not be the Solution

The world’s largest petrochemical companies have all formed partnerships with recycling start-ups, in a bid to make plastics more sustainable. But chemical recycling facilities can release dangerous amounts of hazardous pollutants into communities and the environment. And the energy required to do reprocessing is higher than the energy required to make the [plastic] in the first place. Most recycling operations are years away from being commercially viable. Some say that to cut carbon emissions in line with the global warming goals of the Paris climate accord, it would be better to “bury the stuff”. Or to produce less. So is there any hope for plastic recycling? 


How to Keep Green Hydrogen Truly Green

New rules may soon force the makers of green (renewable energy produced) hydrogen build their own wind turbines or solar farms. The idea is to prevent hydrogen production diverting existing clean electricity away from the grid. This makes sense: they will not be exposed to market prices for energy, and not risk being supplied with fossil-fuel generated electricity if renewable energy falls short But building their own generating infrastructure will be costly and time-consuming - it can take almost a decade to get wind turbines built and running. Is there a danger investment will be lost? Or is there another way to share out renewable energy with hydrogen producers?  


Profile of a European Chemicals Company and how it is Coping with the Energy Crisis

As gas supply is constrained by Russia, Germany’s Evonik, a speciality chemicals company, has stressed the need for domestic nuclear power stations to keep running. It is also substituting up to 40 per cent of the natural gas it uses with liquefied petroleum gas, and operating a coal-fired power plant. Meanwhile, BASF has cut its gas demand by switching to alternative fuels such as oil where possible. It will also continue to operate at reduced capacity.


Raw Material Costs Drive up the Price of Consumer Staples

Surging gas and agrochemicals prices as Russia cuts supplies after its invasion of Ukraine are having a huge impact on costs - and prices - in exposed sectors from fertilisers to consumer goods. Russia is a large source of materials used to produce key fertilisers that power global agriculture. It produces natural gas, which is used to make nitrogen fertilisers such as ammonia, as well as potash and phosphates. The rise in gas prices in Europe is expected to lead to the closure of the region’s ammonia facilities, which rely on natural gas as a key ingredient.

Petrochemical companies in Europe and Asia are also likely to suffer from soaring prices of naphtha, which is made from crude oil and used to make resins and plastics.


Graphic 

The inputs and raw materials used in the production of various chemicals, fertilisers and plastics - and how their costs have changed.  


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Friday 18 Nov 2022
Scoreboard: The Business of Formula One

FT Scoreboard:

The Business of F1

The Financial Times proposes to publish this FT Report on 18 November 2022


We plan to include the following features (please note that this list is provisional):


Overarching Theme: Growth


Why Porsche and Audi are Joining F1

Under Liberty Media, F1 is bringing new manufacturers to the sport ahead of new engine regulations coming into play in 2026. The power units, which will run on fully sustainable fuel, are key to the group’s goal of slashing emissions and giving automakers a marketing platform fit for the 21st century. Attracting Volkswagen’s Audi and Porsche brands to the sport is the next step towards making the sport more sustainable, commercial and competitive, another major milestone under US ownership.


The Expanding Middle East

With Qatar set to join the calendar for a minimum 10 years from 2023, the host of the men’s football World Cup is the next mainstay for F1. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia and Aramco are big partners of F1. What are the opportunities and challenges of competing in the region.


Interview: Christian Horner - Transforming Red Bull

Christian Horner is the longest-serving team principal in F1. Having secured world champion Max Verstappen on a multi-year contract, Horner is busy off the track too. Under his leadership, Red Bull’s new Powertrains division is developing engines to transform the team into a full manufacturer, while its Advanced Technologies Cars is developing hypercars and the world’s fastest race bike. What is the wider expansion strategy while ensuring Red Bull remains a winning F1 team?


On the Strip: F1 Goes to Vegas

F1 has finally cracked America. So how can new owners Liberty Media capitalise on the demand for the sport? It’s time to go to Vegas. Liberty Media has bought acres of land as it plans to promote the race to take F1 to new commercial heights. The US investment entity has the backing of casino groups MGM, Caesars and Wynn as it goes for entertainment max.


F1 Paddock Club: Corporate Hospitality Rebuilds in Style

Demand for F1 is through the roof. Attendance records continue to fall and the sport is expanding to new demographics. But not everybody wants to pay for general admission. The iconic Paddock Club is building up a head of steam as fans pay up for arguably the most luxurious seat in sport in the wake of the pandemic. Here’s how it’s done.


The Quest for a Female Driver

It’s more than 45 years since a woman last competed in Formula One. The sport has made space for W Series, an all-women’s competition, at its race weekends. But the road to the pinnacle of motorsport is paved with obstacles. F1 chief Stefano Domenicali says he doesn’t see a woman breaking into the sport in the next five years. That could change with work at junior levels. Domenicali wants to create more pathways for girls to get into racing.


Driver Interview: Lando Norris

McLaren’s Lando Norris burst on the scene in 2019 and has gone on from strength to strength, establishing himself as the team’s top driver. Meet the driver who connects with the next generation better than anyone else.


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Friday 18 Nov 2022
Diversity Leaders

Diversity Leaders

The Financial Times publishes on Friday November 18, 2022 the annual European Diversity Leaders report, featuring a ranking of companies by research body Statista. Based on surveys of employees and former employees, this aims to show the extent to which the European operations of listed and privately held companies have achieved a diverse and inclusive workforce.   This special report will include the following features (provisional):


Rankings Overview

Introduction to the Statista list of companies and the difficulty in assessing progress on diversity and inclusion  


Guest Column: Francesca Martinez

British comedian, author and actor Francesca Martinez has just finished a successful run in the lead role of her own play All of Us at the National Theatre. She has had cerebral palsy since birth though prefers to refer to herself as “wobbly”. What are her workplace experiences as someone who has a visible difference? How difficult, or easy, has that been? To what extent does comedy enable her to address disability issues? As a female in comedy, she’d once have been ‘a woman in a man’s world’. Is that a thing of the past or still reality?


The Media: Let’s go 50:50

The BBC’s first creative diversity lead, who led the corporation’s 50:50 initiative to raise the representation of women in the media, reflects on the initiative’s advances - and how others in the media are implementing it.


Company Focus: Volvo Evolves

Volvo is an old and famous company, from a country, Sweden, with a strong social democratic background. This article examines steps that Volvo - now split into car making and truck making arms - has taken to adapt from old ways of doing things into a world of necessary focus on diversity. Has it, for example, overcome that problem it had a few years ago in its US operations, where an employee of Romanian background took action against the company after having been told he was not working in a sufficiently ‘Swedish’ way? 


Country Focus: Ireland and the Role of IT

An analysis of the progress being made by the IT, internet software and services sector on diversity and inclusion in Ireland. The article will examine the extent to which the sector, which includes Google among its number, has contributed to the development of Irish D&I and helped the country break with traditions of old. Questions to address include those of ageism and whether the sector has risen above the kind of allegations of sexism heard in the past in Silicon Valley. In short, how ‘inclusive’ is Irish IT?


Profile: Margot Slattery

The All-Ireland Business Foundation's global ambassador for diversity and inclusion and prominent LGBT business leader. 


Opinion: 

‘Become a Leader that Practices Vulnerability… and Don’t be Afraid to Hustle.’ 

Abadesi Osunsade was named among the most influential BAME tech leaders by the FT in 2018. Presenter of the Techish podcast and founder of recruiters Hustle Crew, she casts aside baby boom inhibitions and presents a millennial generation view of D&I leadership.


The Ranking:  Interactive list of the 850 companies in the Statista ranking.


Methodology

Covering the five aspects of diversity:

i) ethnicity

ii) age

iii) sex orientation

iv) gender and v) disability;

plus a new Statista criterion that companies need a diversity policy that is publicly available.

This section provides a precis of the Statista list’s methodology document, plus an attachment of the whole document.



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Monday 21 Nov 2022
Tech Champions: Magazine (Single Sponsor)
Monday 21 Nov 2022
Thriving Cities - Burst 1
Monday 21 Nov 2022
FT Health: Future of Antibiotics - Burst 3
Tuesday 22 Nov 2022
Next Tech Growth Markets - Burst 1

Next Tech Growth Markets

The Financial Times proposes to publish this Special Report on 19 September 2022


We plan to include the following pieces of content (please note: this list is provisional):


Introduction

Overview of this year’s report, especially the huge momentum that Asia is building up – in part a function of demographics.


Vietnam

The country is predicted to be the top tech growth market in 2022. We look at why this is the case, with factors including ambitious government policies – notably for 100 per cent smartphone penetration by 2023 – and significant FDI in manufacturing, which will boost 5G enterprise data usage.


5G – Is it a Goer? 

Some countries, notably India and Mexico, are betting heavily on 5G services. But are consumers willing to stump up for the extra functionality – especially as inflation bites? Are we seeing diminishing returns as the G-numbers climb? And, in terms of policy, doesn’t fibre do most of the heavy lifting anyway?


Play as you Go 

Cloud gaming is projected to explode – from a $1bn market in 2020, Omdia thinks it will be worth $12bn by 2024. What are games makers doing to capitalise on this, and is China positioned to make significant inroads on the US’s leadership in this area? And will gamers allow advertising to make the market even more valuable?


Mobile Payments

Traditional debit cards are coming under pressure from both real-time account-to-account payments and BNPL upstarts. What’s driving the uptake of these alternatives, which is likely to have the highest growth, and will debit cards be squeezed out?


Online Advertising

This year online video advertising revenue is projected to overtake traditional linear TV revenue. This is playing into the hands of big tech – GAMA – because, paradoxically, efforts to protect privacy, such as GDPR and Apple’s App Tracking Transparency protocol, mean that it’s only these incumbents who will be able to gather enough data to make advertising pay. What is the likelihood that other global media companies will be able to challenge their dominance?




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Tuesday 22 Nov 2022
Investing in Austria

Investing in Austria

The Financial Times proposes to publish this Special Report on 21 November 2022.


We plan to include the following pieces of content (please note that this list is provisional):


Reducing Dependence on Russian Gas

Austria currently imports 80 per cent of its gas from Russia, which is critical to the country’s industry. What measures are being taken to wean Austrian industry off Russian energy, and what investments will be needed for the future?


Austria’s New “Eco-social Tax Agenda” and How it is Impacting Business

In January this year, the first raft of new, sweeping tax measures were introduced to incentivise Austrian businesses to go greener, faster. What are these measures and what opportunities do they provide for investors and businesses?


Investing in Austria’s Green Infrastructure

Austria is already one of the greenest economies in Europe. What infrastructure projects are underway or planned to take Austria further and to help it meet its future climate commitments? 


Start-up Scene

An overview of the vibrant Austrian start-up scene, and the sectors/ areas Austria is developing a strength in. What are the particular challenges of being a start-up in Austria, and what advantages are there?


Austria’s Secret Semi-conductor Monopolies 

Profile of two unheard of Austrian companies that are critical in the global semi-conductor supply chain


Climate Change in the Alps: Impact on Austria’s Tourism Industry 

Tourism is one of Austria’s single biggest contributors to GDP, and the alps are the star attraction. But climate change is causing problems: shortening the crucial winter season and making mountainous terrain dangerous in the summer. How are businesses in small alpine communities being impacted and how are they adapting?





AggroInnovation

One of Austria’s biggest agribusiness is pioneering a platform to invest in cutting edge agricultural technology and startups. It sees huge opportunities to roll out products in Eastern Europe, where agricultural practices are still far behind those in Western Europe and crop yields are lower. 


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Wednesday 23 Nov 2022
Next Tech Growth Markets - Burst 2

Next Tech Growth Markets

The Financial Times proposes to publish this Special Report on 19 September 2022


We plan to include the following pieces of content (please note: this list is provisional):


Introduction

Overview of this year’s report, especially the huge momentum that Asia is building up – in part a function of demographics.


Vietnam

The country is predicted to be the top tech growth market in 2022. We look at why this is the case, with factors including ambitious government policies – notably for 100 per cent smartphone penetration by 2023 – and significant FDI in manufacturing, which will boost 5G enterprise data usage.


5G – Is it a Goer? 

Some countries, notably India and Mexico, are betting heavily on 5G services. But are consumers willing to stump up for the extra functionality – especially as inflation bites? Are we seeing diminishing returns as the G-numbers climb? And, in terms of policy, doesn’t fibre do most of the heavy lifting anyway?


Play as you Go 

Cloud gaming is projected to explode – from a $1bn market in 2020, Omdia thinks it will be worth $12bn by 2024. What are games makers doing to capitalise on this, and is China positioned to make significant inroads on the US’s leadership in this area? And will gamers allow advertising to make the market even more valuable?


Mobile Payments

Traditional debit cards are coming under pressure from both real-time account-to-account payments and BNPL upstarts. What’s driving the uptake of these alternatives, which is likely to have the highest growth, and will debit cards be squeezed out?


Online Advertising

This year online video advertising revenue is projected to overtake traditional linear TV revenue. This is playing into the hands of big tech – GAMA – because, paradoxically, efforts to protect privacy, such as GDPR and Apple’s App Tracking Transparency protocol, mean that it’s only these incumbents who will be able to gather enough data to make advertising pay. What is the likelihood that other global media companies will be able to challenge their dominance?




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Thursday 24 Nov 2022
Next Tech Growth Markets - Burst 3

Next Tech Growth Markets

The Financial Times proposes to publish this Special Report on 19 September 2022


We plan to include the following pieces of content (please note: this list is provisional):


Introduction

Overview of this year’s report, especially the huge momentum that Asia is building up – in part a function of demographics.


Vietnam

The country is predicted to be the top tech growth market in 2022. We look at why this is the case, with factors including ambitious government policies – notably for 100 per cent smartphone penetration by 2023 – and significant FDI in manufacturing, which will boost 5G enterprise data usage.


5G – Is it a Goer? 

Some countries, notably India and Mexico, are betting heavily on 5G services. But are consumers willing to stump up for the extra functionality – especially as inflation bites? Are we seeing diminishing returns as the G-numbers climb? And, in terms of policy, doesn’t fibre do most of the heavy lifting anyway?


Play as you Go 

Cloud gaming is projected to explode – from a $1bn market in 2020, Omdia thinks it will be worth $12bn by 2024. What are games makers doing to capitalise on this, and is China positioned to make significant inroads on the US’s leadership in this area? And will gamers allow advertising to make the market even more valuable?


Mobile Payments

Traditional debit cards are coming under pressure from both real-time account-to-account payments and BNPL upstarts. What’s driving the uptake of these alternatives, which is likely to have the highest growth, and will debit cards be squeezed out?


Online Advertising

This year online video advertising revenue is projected to overtake traditional linear TV revenue. This is playing into the hands of big tech – GAMA – because, paradoxically, efforts to protect privacy, such as GDPR and Apple’s App Tracking Transparency protocol, mean that it’s only these incumbents who will be able to gather enough data to make advertising pay. What is the likelihood that other global media companies will be able to challenge their dominance?




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Saturday 26 Nov 2022
Collecting: Art in The Americas
Monday 28 Nov 2022
Lithuania

Lithuania

The Financial Times proposes to publish this FT Report on 28 November 2022


We plan to include the following features (please note that this list is provisional):


Lithuania - An Overview 

Lithuania has become known as one of the standard bearers of freedom and liberal democracy. It has locked horns not just with Russia (and neighbouring Belarus) but also with China after it allowed Taiwan to open a representative office in Vilnius. A look at what drives Lithuania’s focus on freedom.

 

Interview with the President 

An interview with president Gitanas Nauseda. The dominant figure in Lithuania’s foreign policy and not afraid to pick fights with the government domestically either. [Alternatively, the interview could be with the prime minister or foreign minister]. 

 

The Fintech Scene

Lithuania has become the main EU hub for fintech, aiming to replace London as the centre for many fintechs. But its involvement in part of the Wirecard scandal has some asking whether the country is prepared enough in regulatory terms.

 

Company Profile: Vinted 

Lithuania’s main start-up is a second-hand fashion marketplace valued in 2021 at €3.5bn. We look in greater depth at the company.

 

Suwalki Gap / Kaliningrad 

Two geopolitical hotspots. The first is the border between Lithuania and Poland, which many fear Russia could target to quickly cut off the Baltics from the rest of Europe. The second is the Russian semi-exclave that borders Lithuania and is a thorn in its side both in terms of military and implementing EU sanctions.


Basketball  

Basketball is Lithuania’s national sport and the country has produced several NBA stars. We look at the passion the sport inspires and its significance in the national psyche. Some light relief, if needed.


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Monday 28 Nov 2022
Health at Work 2022: Burst 8 -Tabloid (Single Sponsor)
Wednesday 30 Nov 2022
Thriving Cities - Burst 2
Wednesday 30 Nov 2022
The Future of Energy

The Future of Energy

The Financial Times proposes to publish this Special Report on November 30, 2022

We plan to include the following pieces of content (please note:this list is provisional):


Consumers

Is persuading households and businesses to make simple shifts in their habits one of the biggest untapped weapons in accelerating the shift away from fossil fuels?

 

Long Duration Storage

Electricity storage debates tend to focus on lithium-ion batteries but they can only economically store power for short periods. What other technologies are countries pursuing to solve the problem of long, dark cold winters when renewable technologies aren't generating? Is pumped-hydro storage the solution?

 

Small Scale Nuclear

Countries including the US, France, Poland and the UK are looking to "small modular reactors" and "advanced gas-cooled reactors" to solve their energy dilemmas but what are they and how quickly and cheaply can they be developed? 

 

Is Oil and Gas Exploration Back? 

In its scramble to improve domestic energy supplies, the UK is pressing ahead with new permits for oil and gas exploration, despite warnings by the IEA that such activity would have to end if Paris climate targets are to be met. Does this mark the start of a new era for oil and gas exploration? Are oil and gas majors even interested or would they prefer to return excess cash to shareholders?

 

Supply Chain Woes

Will rising raw material costs and supply chain woes in the wind and solar industries derail clean energy targets in Europe?

 

Developing Countries Left in the Dark

Will Europe's scramble for liquefied natural gas to replace Russian gas exports leave developing nations struggling for supplies?


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Friday 02 Dec 2022
FT Wealth 2022 - December

FT Wealth December

The Financial Times proposes to publish this online FT Report on 02 December 2022


We plan to include the following features (please note that this list is provisional):


Siblings who go into Business Together 

A look at the experience of siblings in setting up and running businesses together - the rewards of keeping it in the family and the risks of everything falling apart.

 

The Latest Trends in how the Wealthy are Portrayed as in the Arts 

With so much wealth generated in recent years, the ranks of millionaires and billionaires have multiplied. How are these people portrayed in the arts - heroes, villains or a bit of both?

 

The Secret to Investing in Family Companies 

How a leading investment manager tries to sort the good investments from the rest, by assessing family dynamics and talents as well as the strengths and weaknesses of the underlying business.

 

Luxury Property

How has the recent upheaval in financial markets affected the market for luxury properties and luxury property buyers?

 

The Blind Trust in the 2020s 

How professionals such as lawyers and accountants with strict regulatory codes are required to hand over management of their portfolios to investment managers. And why they are happy to do so.

 

Column: Rhymer Rigby opines on whether rich people support higher taxes in a time of economic crisis.

 

PLUS:  Book Review


Information


■ Recently published FT Special Reports can be viewed at www.ft.com/specialreports 


A full list of published reports can be viewed at http://www.ft.com/reports/library Forthcoming FT Special Reports and their synopsis can be downloaded via the 

Future Reports link on the www.ft.com/specialreports page. 

For website assistance please call + (0) 20 7775 6297.


This editorial synopsis must not be amended in any way by anyone other than the Editor of Special Reports. 

All submissions or suggestions for editorial features should be sent to reports@ft.com 

This is to ensure all suggestions can be assessed and to enable the editorial team to cope with the huge volume of approaches that would otherwise stop them from doing their work. Due to the volume of approaches the editorial team are unable to confirm receipt or respond to all enquiries. 


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Saturday 03 Dec 2022
Style: Christmas Gift Guide 2022
Monday 05 Dec 2022
Business Education 2022 (7) - European Business School

FT Business Education:

European Business Schools 

The Financial Times plans to publish this magazine on December 05th, 2022.


Advertising booking deadline: October 31st, 2022

Advertising copy deadline: November 07th, 2022


We are likely to include the following articles (please note that this list is provisional):


Introduction

An analysis of 2022 ranking of leading European business schools and trends in the sector.


Education Editor’s Letter

Looking at developments in business education and our coverage of it. 


The Rankings: The 2022 rankings of the best European business schools.


Management Column: Exploring current thinking around leadership.

 

Professor’s Column

A business school professor shares thoughts and research on challenges facing business today. 


European Business Schools in Charts

FT experts delve into the data from the ranking.

 

Energy

The crisis caused by Russia’s war in Ukraine underscored the need for effective energy management. A number of schools run specialist degrees but many students who enrol do not want careers in the fossil fuel industry - increasingly, there is a focus on sustainability.


Experience

What happened when an FT journalist decided to study for a notoriously demanding executive MBA - and the comedown after completing it.


Brexit

Six years on from the referendum and approaching three years after the UK’s departure from the EU, what has Brexit meant for the country’s business schools?


Masters and the Metaverse

The metaverse has the potential to create low-cost virtual worlds where students can immerse themselves in real-life business environments. What are the possibilities and how are schools responding?  


Ukraine

Looking at what the war has meant for Ukrainian students and how business schools are responding.


The Business of Space

As the sector grows in Europe, business schools on the continent are developing tailored executive training to support it. 


Student Views

Students and graduates share their experiences of study and what came next.


Technology

An FT tech specialist explores developments that will affect business and our working lives. 


In Real Life

A graduate explains what it was like to study and how it has affected their career, in their own words.  


Editorial information:

Special Reports are written by FT staff journalists and a small number of selected freelance writers. They will be specialists in the field and already have regular contacts to update them. It is therefore difficult for an unsolicited submission to be so compelling that it forces its way on to a writer’s agenda. However, it does happen occasionally. We ask that all submissions be sent to ftreports@ft.com, from where they are forwarded to the appropriate writer.


Please also note that due to the volume of material received, it is not always possible to acknowledge or reply to every submission.

■ Recently published Surveys and FT Reports, as well as a list of forthcoming FT Reports and their synopses can be downloaded by going to www.ft.com/special-reports and clicking on the link to the Reports library.


For website assistance please call + (0) 20 7775 6297.


■ Back issues of printed Survey and FT Reports can be obtained from: Historic Newspapers, Signature Online Limited, No 1 waterside Station Road, Harpenden, Herts, AL5 4US; Tel. no: 0870 165 1470; Fax no: 01582 469 248; or email: info@back-issue-newspapers.co.uk

This editorial synopsis must not be amended in any way by anyone other than the Editor of Supplements and Special Reports.

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Tuesday 06 Dec 2022
Innovative Lawyers: North America
Wednesday 14 Dec 2022
Thriving Cities - Burst 3
Saturday 07 Jan 2023
Collecting: Art in Southeast Asia
Monday 16 Jan 2023
The World

The World

The Financial Times proposes to publish this FT Report on 16 January 2023


The world heads into a new year with conflict still raging in Ukraine, an energy crisis fuelling inflation across global economies - as well as heightening climate worries - and uncertainty hanging over the geopolitical landscape, as the US moves closer to a divisive election while China’s president enters a third term. So, as world leaders and business chiefs head to Davos for the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, we plan a report including the following features (please note that this list is provisional):


Ongoing Energy Crisis

A year of disrupted supply following sanctions against Russia for its invasion of Ukraine have made energy an lever of power and energy security an issue for most nations. Who are the winners and losers in the global economy during an energy crisis;


Choke Points in the World Economy

Which of the recent supply shocks, shortages and knock on effects are most worrying would leaders as we head into 2023? Is it the availability of Taiwanese semiconductors. Or the fact that 70 per cent of the world's cobalt comes out of the DRC? And how much more awareness of supply chain risk do countries have amid continuing Covid pandemic and Ukraine war;


China Questions as Xi Begins a Third Term

How will Xi Jinping govern in his third term - will he be the autocratic nationalist people fear? And how will China handle it if Russia heads towards defeat in Ukraine?


Business Leadership Amid SPOFs and VUCA

Today’s executives have to understand the risk of single points of failure - those individual parts of a system that, upon failure, render the entire system unusable, and managing through volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity - the state of constant, unpredictable change that has become the the norm in certain industries and areas of the business world.


Information


■ Recently published FT Special Reports can be viewed at www.ft.com/specialreports 


A full list of published reports can be viewed at http://www.ft.com/reports/library Forthcoming FT Special Reports and their synopsis can be downloaded via the 

Future Reports link on the www.ft.com/specialreports page. 

For website assistance please call + (0) 20 7775 6297.


This editorial synopsis must not be amended in any way by anyone other than the Editor of Special Reports. 

All submissions or suggestions for editorial features should be sent to reports@ft.com 

This is to ensure all suggestions can be assessed and to enable the editorial team to cope with the huge volume of approaches that would otherwise stop them from doing their work. Due to the volume of approaches the editorial team are unable to confirm receipt or respond to all enquiries. 


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Monday 16 Jan 2023
Responsible Business Education
Wednesday 18 Jan 2023
Thriving Cities - Burst 4
Wednesday 18 Jan 2023
Health at Work 2022: Burst 9 (Single Sponsor)
Friday 27 Jan 2023
Watches & Jewellery: January
Tuesday 07 Feb 2023
Innovation in Energy
Monday 13 Feb 2023
Business Education 2023 (1) - Global MBA Rankings

FT Business Education: 

Global MBA Ranking 2023

The Financial Times plans to publish this magazine on February 13 2023.


Advertising booking deadline: January 06 2023

(Advertising copy deadline: January 16 2023)


We are likely to include the following articles (please note that this list is provisional):


The Rankings

The 2023 rankings of the world’s best providers of MBA programmes, plus methodology and school profiles.


Education Editor’s Letter

Andrew Jack looks at developments in business education and our coverage of it. 


Analysis: Looking at what the ranking table tells us and trends in the wider sector.


Professor’s Briefing

A business school academic shares thoughts and research on challenges facing business today. 


Eastern Europe

A look at how business schools in the region are adapting as a result of Russia’s war against Ukraine: the adaptations of Ukrainian schools, the shifts in students out of Russia and the ripple effects across neighbouring countries. 


Interview

An in-depth interview with a graduate about their studies and what the degree has meant for their career.


A Buyer’s Market

The strength of the labour market is reducing the appeal of full-time MBAs, with even top-ranked schools reporting a drop in demand, lowering competition for those who do apply. Cost is also affecting demand for MBAs, as inflation soars, pushing schools to discount fees through scholarships. Meanwhile inflation is eroding the income from fees, creating financial pressures. 

 

Impact Projects

Consulting projects, where students complete assignments for real organisations, have long been a core part of the MBA curriculum. But in recent years business schools have placed greater emphasis on projects that help students solve environmental and social challenges around the globe. 

 

China Dilemma

Are recent difficulties getting Chinese students onto overseas campuses a temporary blip and what does it mean for business schools and MBA programmes dependent on that market? 

 

The MBA in Charts: FT experts delve into the data from the 2023 ranking.


Teaching Case Study

An analysis of a business issue relevant to MBA students around sustainability or emerging markets


Student Views

Students and graduates share their experiences of study and what came next.


Technology

An FT tech specialist explores developments that will affect business and our working lives. 


In real life

A graduate explains what it was like to take an MBA and how it has affected their career, in their own words.  


Editorial information:

Special Reports are written by FT staff journalists and a small number of selected freelance writers. They will be specialists in the field and already have regular contacts to update them. It is therefore difficult for an unsolicited submission to be so compelling that it forces its way on to a writer’s agenda. However, it does happen occasionally. We ask that all submissions be sent to ftreports@ft.com, from where they are forwarded to the appropriate writer.

Please also note that due to the volume of material received, it is not always possible to acknowledge or reply to every submission.

■ Recently published Surveys and FT Reports, as well as a list of forthcoming FT Reports and their synopses can be downloaded by going to www.ft.com/special-reports and clicking on the link to the Reports library.

For website assistance please call + (0) 20 7775 6297.

■ Back issues of printed Survey and FT Reports can be obtained from: Historic Newspapers, Signature Online Limited, No 1 waterside Station Road, Harpenden, Herts, AL5 4US; Tel. no: 0870 165 1470; Fax no: 01582 469 248; or email: info@back-issue-newspapers.co.uk

This editorial synopsis must not be amended in any way by anyone other than the Editor of Supplements and Special Reports.

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Tuesday 14 Feb 2023
Investing in Italy

Investing in Italy 

The Financial Times proposes to publish this FT Report on 14 February 2023



We plan to include the following features (please note that this list is provisional):


Italy’s Economic Re-boot

For years before Covid-19 hit, Italy’s economy had underperformed, growing far less than the European average. But Italy now has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to reboot its economy, and raise its long-term growth trajectory, as the largest single recipient of the EU’s 750bn Covid recovery fund. With nearly Euro200bn in grants and concessional loans, prime minister Mario Draghi’s cross-party, national unity government is planning major investments in much-needed physical and social infrastructure — and pushing through significant policy reforms — to make Italy more attractive for investment and reinvigorate growth. With general elections looming next year, however, it's a race against the clock to achieve the EU programs ambitious goals. The drive has been complicated by the war in Ukraine and its impact on the cost of living.

 

Catching up on Renewable Energy

Italy has had one of the lowest renewables energy use in the EU, with just 20 percent of its total energy coming from renewable sources at the start of 2022. This relatively lackadaisical renewable rollout has been blamed on everything from red tape to local resistance. But the Ukraine invasion – and Rome’s desire to wean off Russian gas – has given new impetus to the renewable energy drive. The government has cut red tape to make it easier for projects to proceed, creating many new investment opportunities in the sector.

 

Luring Professional Talent

Despite its many charms, Italy has never been a magnet for foreign professional talent. But Rome is now offering generous tax incentives to lure foreign professionals - and Italians currently resident abroad - to relocate to Italy to inject new dynamism into the economy. New foreign residents - and Italians returning after years abroad - will only pay income tax on a fraction of their earnings, an offer that has begun to lure a new breed of knowledge workers to the country.


Levelling up the South

Italy’s southern region has long lagged economically and socially behind the more prosperous, industrialised north. But a major part of the EU-funded program aims to strengthen the south to reduce these regional inequities, and make it a better place to live and work. Nearly 40 percent of the total plan funds are supposed to be for the south, with plans to build 680 kilometres of new railways lines, and tackle problems in nearly 15,000 square kilometres of ‘market failure areas.’

 

Tech Italia

Italy is best known for craftsmanship, luxury and heavy industrial manufacturing. But the country is now seeing the emergence of an increasingly dynamic tech and tech and start-up ecosystem, which is being boosted by an official digitisation drive and venture capital investments from state-owned Cassa Depositi e Prestiti. Among the successful start-ups are a wave of new fintech companies that are competing with Italy’s banks.

 

Interview: Minister for Digital Transformation (TBC)

The former head of Vodafone is now the minister for digital transformation in Mario Draghi’s government. He takes stock of the government’s progress. 

Other candidate:

Enrico Resmini, CEO and executive director of CDP Venture Capital, overseeing the venture capital investments in the start-up ecosystem

 

Italian Luxury

Italian luxury brands are respected globally for the quality of their products. But unlike French luxury brands – which have heavily corporatized under large conglomerates, Italian luxury houses remain largely family owned, and many iconic brands are now reflecting on their future. While Renzo Rosso's OTB group has snapped up Jil Sander and Marni from the French as it prepares to go public in 2024, others are starting to contemplate a sale of assets – or worried about becoming take-over targets. What's next for one of the two greatest fashion industries in the world?

 

Greening Milan

Italy’s financial and business capital Milan is on a drive to transform itself into a smart, green city. Under Mayor Giuseppe Sala, the city council has focused on transformation of its mobility and transportation service and pushing for greater use of technology and sustainable energy solutions. The revamp of several of its districts has attracted world class architects and large capital investments from abroad, including the Qatari sovereign wealth fund. Covid briefly brought progress to a halt. But ahead of the 2026 Winter Olympics - hosted by Milan and the nearby mountain resort of Cortina, the city council is pressing on with new green-oriented and technology-driven investments. 

 

Information


■ Recently published FT Special Reports can be viewed at www.ft.com/specialreports 


A full list of published reports can be viewed at http://www.ft.com/reports/library Forthcoming FT Special Reports and their synopsis can be downloaded via the 

Future Reports link on the www.ft.com/specialreports page. 

For website assistance please call + (0) 20 7775 6297.


This editorial synopsis must not be amended in any way by anyone other than the Editor of Special Reports. 

All submissions or suggestions for editorial features should be sent to reports@ft.com 

This is to ensure all suggestions can be assessed and to enable the editorial team to cope with the huge volume of approaches that would otherwise stop them from doing their work. Due to the volume of approaches the editorial team are unable to confirm receipt or respond to all enquiries. 


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Wednesday 15 Feb 2023
Thriving Cities - Burst 5
Friday 17 Feb 2023
UK s Leading Management Consultants
Monday 20 Feb 2023
Impact Investing
Monday 27 Feb 2023
Road to Net Zero
Wednesday 01 Mar 2023
Early List Publication - FT 1000: Europes Fastest-Growing Companies
Monday 06 Mar 2023
FTfm Special: ETFs 1
Wednesday 08 Mar 2023
Women in Business 1
Monday 13 Mar 2023
Business Education 2023 (2) - Online Learning
Wednesday 15 Mar 2023
Early List Publication - FT Asia-Pacific High Growth Companies
Wednesday 15 Mar 2023
Thriving Cities - Burst 6
Friday 17 Mar 2023
FT Health: Future of Antibiotics - Burst 4
Monday 20 Mar 2023
FTfm Special: Fixed Income 1
Tuesday 21 Mar 2023
FT 1000: Europes Fastest-Growing Companies
Tuesday 28 Mar 2023
Early List Publication - FT The Americas Fastest-Growing Companies
Tuesday 28 Mar 2023
Health at Work 2023: Burst 1 - Microsite Launch (Single Sponsor)
Wednesday 29 Mar 2023
Call for Entries -Europes Leading Start-up Hubs
Friday 31 Mar 2023
FT Wealth 2023 - March
Friday 31 Mar 2023
Watches & Jewellery: March
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FT Asia-Pacific High Growth Companies
Thursday 06 Apr 2023
FT Health: Future of Antibiotics - Burst 5
Saturday 08 Apr 2023
Art of Fashion SS23
Monday 10 Apr 2023
Health at Work 2023: Burst 2 (Single Sponsor)
Wednesday 12 Apr 2023
Thriving Cities - Burst 7
Monday 17 Apr 2023
Call for Entries - UKs Leading Recruiters
Monday 17 Apr 2023
FTfm Special: Responsible Investing 1
Thursday 20 Apr 2023
Early List Publication - Europe s Climate Leaders
Friday 28 Apr 2023
FT The Americas Fastest-Growing Companies
Tuesday 02 May 2023
Early List Publication - FT Africa s Fastest Growing Companies
Monday 08 May 2023
Risk Management 1: Financial Institutions
Thursday 11 May 2023
FT Health: Future of Antibiotics - Burst 6
Monday 15 May 2023
Health at Work 2023: Burst 3 (Single Sponsor)
Wednesday 17 May 2023
Thriving Cities - Burst 8
Friday 19 May 2023
FT Wealth 2023 - Entrepreneurs
Monday 22 May 2023
Business Education 2023 (3) - Executive Education
Thursday 25 May 2023
FT Africa s Fastest Growing Companies
Thursday 25 May 2023
Early List Publication - Asia-Pacific Climate Leaders
Thursday 01 Jun 2023
FT Business Schools Research
Monday 12 Jun 2023
Business Education 2023 (4) - Financial Training
Wednesday 14 Jun 2023
Thriving Cities - Burst 9
Thursday 15 Jun 2023
FT Asia-Pacific Climate Leaders
Wednesday 21 Jun 2023
Health at Work 2023: Burst 4 (Single Sponsor)
Saturday 24 Jun 2023
Art of Fashion: Jewellery 2023
Friday 07 Jul 2023
Watches & Jewellery: Jewellery Special
Friday 07 Jul 2023
FT Wealth 2023 - July
Monday 10 Jul 2023
Health at Work 2023: Burst 5 (Single Sponsor)
Wednesday 19 Jul 2023
Thriving Cities - Burst 10
Wednesday 09 Aug 2023
Thriving Cities - Burst 11
Saturday 26 Aug 2023
Art of Fashion AW22
Friday 01 Sep 2023
FT Wealth 2023 - September
Friday 01 Sep 2023
Watches & Jewellery: September
Monday 11 Sep 2023
Health at Work 2023: Burst 6 (Single Sponsor)
Monday 11 Sep 2023
Business Education 2023 (5) - Masters in Management
Wednesday 13 Sep 2023
Thriving Cities - Burst 12
Monday 18 Sep 2023
The Future of Banking
Monday 25 Sep 2023
FTfm Special: Responsible Investing 2
Tuesday 26 Sep 2023
Health at Work 2023: Burst 7 (Single Sponsor)
Friday 06 Oct 2023
Watches & Jewellery: Asia Special
Monday 09 Oct 2023
FTfm Special: ETFs 2
Monday 16 Oct 2023
Business Education 2023 (6) - Executive MBA
Monday 23 Oct 2023
FTfm Special: Fixed Income 2
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FT Wealth 2023 - Family Office
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UKs Leading Recruiters
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Watches & Jewellery: November
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Health at Work 2023: Burst 8 -Tabloid (Single Sponsor)
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Wellbeing - Burst 1
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FT Wealth 2023 - December
Monday 04 Dec 2023
Business Education 2023 (7) - European Business School
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Wellbeing - Burst 2
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Health at Work 2023: Burst 9 (Single Sponsor)
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Europes Leading Start-up Hubs
Wednesday 13 Mar 2024
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Wellbeing - Burst 4
Wednesday 10 Jul 2024
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