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Abstract

As more of the world's population moves to cities, businesses have myriad opportunities to carve out new, lucrative niches, using their expertise, knowledge and access to cutting-edge technology and data to help tackle the growing list of challenges being faced by local authorities. This article, based on work by IESE Cities in Motion and PPP for Cities, outlines what businesses can bring to public-private partnerships. The authors explore the types of partnerships available as well as break down the seven forces for success in today's PPPs.

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Abstract

As more of the world's population moves to cities, businesses have myriad opportunities to carve out new, lucrative niches, using their expertise, knowledge and access to cutting-edge technology and data to help tackle the growing list of challenges being faced by local authorities. This article, based on work by IESE Cities in Motion and PPP for Cities, outlines what businesses can bring to public-private partnerships. The authors explore the types of partnerships available as well as break down the seven forces for success in today's PPPs.

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