Davos 2022

Cities are poised to reinvent public-private collaborations, but they need help

Public-private collaborations can drive valuable transformation in cities. Image: Alex Brisbey/Unsplash

Stephen Zoegall

Industry Lead, Global Cities, Transport and Infrastructure, Accenture

Constanza Movsichoff

Senior Manager, Public Services, Accenture

Lisa Hemphill

Consultant, Accenture

Sabrina Battilana Lopez

Consultant, Accenture

Lisa Chamberlain

Communication Lead, Urban Transformation, World Economic Forum


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