How Business Really Works: Why is Infrastructure so Important with Mark Moseley

Published Monday, 13 November 2017

Everybody wants better infrastructure. Have you wondered why this is such a hot topic?

Joining our host Duff Watkins on this HBRW episode is Mark Moseley, Chief Operating Office, Global Infrastructure Hub.

Launched by the G20 in 2014, the Global Infrastructure Hub has a mandate to grow the global pipeline of quality, bankable infrastructure projects. By facilitating knowledge sharing, highlighting reform opportunities and connecting the public and private sectors, their ambitious goal is to increase the flow and quality of private and public infrastructure investment opportunities. All countries, regardless of whether or not they are members of the G20, are able to work with the GI Hub. 

On this episode, you'll discover why the G20 thought infrastructure was so important that they established a global infrastructure hub.

You'll hear how said hub works globally to help governments and the private sector build better infrastructure and what that means to you.

You'll learn why trillions of dollars in private investment could be the solution to delivering infrastructure across the globe.

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