Shaping Davos Call for Participation: Building Trust in PPP

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Jan 11, 2015: For the first time in history, the Global Shapers Community is pioneering Shaping Davos, a series of live events to virtually connect 40 cities around the world with the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos­-Klosters, Switzerland. On this occasion, the Global Shapers Hub of Kathmandu is hosting a Shaping Davos Panel Discussion on Building Trust in Public-Private Partnerships.

By inviting experts and an active audience, the Kathmandu Hub wants to discuss and delve into the different dimensions in building trust among the private and public sectors in Nepal. This will promote a better understanding of the ground realities and whether this model can indeed succeed in providing the much needed infrastructure development Nepal needs.

The deadline for application is postponed till tomorrow i.e, 12 Jan 2015. To apply: http://globalshapers.org/news/shapingdavos-call-participation

The possible panelists are Mr. Sunil Bahadur Thapa , Minister of Commerce and Supplies, Government of Nepal, Dr. Swarnim Wagle, Member, National Planning Commission, Government of Nepal, Mr. Birendra Bahadur Deuja, ­Former Secretary, Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation , Mr. Radhesh Pant , CEO, Investment Board of Nepal, Government of Nepal, Mr. Sandip Shah, Country Representative, Statkraft Norway in Nepal, Mr. Pradeep Shrestha , Chairman, Panchakanya Group of Companies, Mr. Shekhar Golcha , Chairman, Golcha Organization

The Global Shapers Community is a network of city­ based Hubs developed and led by young leaders between 20 and 30 years of age who want to develop their leadership potential towards serving society by undertaking local projects to improve their communities. Currently there are more than 360 hubs and 4,500 Shapers around the world.

Source: Global Shapers Community

 

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