Event Start:
27 May 2021 03:00 PM
Event End:
27 May 2021 04:00 PM
Location:
10.00am New York | 3.00pm London
Event Summary:

The Role of Digital in the Post-Covid Recovery of our Cities


Our Global Infratech Series is back for its final episode!

Cities have a central role to play in recovery from this global pandemic-- over 80% of global GDP is produced in them. The pandemic has accelerated the digitalisation of working and spending that could lead to changes in city centres, retail, mobility and real estate. The need for a green and just recovery alongside considerable projected spending on green infrastructure in Europe, the US and China offers opportunities for innovation in cities to help meet these challenges. Join us as we discuss how digital innovation should be deployed, what are the risks and where are the immediate opportunities.

Speakers: 

- Moderator: Lean Doody, Associate Director, Integrated Cities & Planning Leader, Europe, Arup

- Greg Clark, Global Advisor on Cities, HSBC 

- Eddy Hartog, Head of Unit Technologies for Smart Communities, European Commission

- Debra Lam, Executive Director, Partnership for Inclusive Innovation


This webinar will take place at 10am New York | 3pm London | 4pm Brussels.  Find your local time zone.

Can't join the live webinar? Register now and we will send you a link to the recording as soon as it's available.

Hosts

Organisation:
Arup

Fees

Name :
IPFA Member
Amount
0.00
Currency
GBP

Name :
Public Sector
Amount
0.00
Currency
GBP

Standard Disclaimer

This webinar will be run using a service provided by WebEx. The use of the software downloaded through the WebEx site is done so at your own discretion and risk.

By registering for this webinar you must agree for us to share your name, job title and organisation with the webinar provider and the host(s) as listed above. If you do NOT agree to this you must NOT register for this webinar. Upon joining the live webinar, your display name may be visible to other attendees.

Please note that, following your registration, your details entered on the next page will be used to create your individual account for ipfa.org (unless you have one already), where you can log in to manage the information that we hold for you.

All IPFA webinars are held under Chatham House Rule.