Want to build back better? Let innovators come to you
Not every infrastructure project needs to come down to a competitive bidding war. Through unsolicited proposals, a party can bring fresh ideas to government without being asked. Image: Reuters/Francois Lenoir
Anita Marangoly GeorgeSenior Director, The World Bank
Pierre GuislainFormer Vice-President, Private Sector, Infrastructure and Industrialization-African Development Bank
Rashad-Rudolf KaldanyPartner; Chief Investment Officer, Blue like an Orange Capital
Usha Rao-MonariUndersecretary-General and Associate Administrator, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Richard ThrelfallGlobal Head of KPMG Impact, GCM Sectors IGH Infrastructure, KPMG
Joseph LosavioCommunity Specialist, Infrastructure and Development Initiatives, World Economic Forum
Alain EbobisseChief Executive Officer, Africa50
Jean InnesDirector Transformation and Strategy, Faculty
Jean-Patrick MarquetCore Expert, Working Group on Sustainable Development Goal Compliance United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
Paul NewfieldChief Investment Officer, H.R.L. Morrison & Co.
Clemente del ValleDirector, Center for Financial Markets and Sustainable Infrastructure Universidad de los Andes
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