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“A smart city comes from the rhythm of a city”– Anil Menon, Cisco

Jonathan Andrews spoke to Anil Menon, Global President of Smart+Connected Cities, Cisco, during the New Cities Summit in Montreal about his thoughts on PPPs, using cities as urban labs, and the importance of startups
Anil Menon, Global President of Smart+Connected Cities, Cisco
Photo: Julian Haber / New Cities Foundation

During the plenary session here in Montreal you talked about the out-dated model of PPPs and their role in the digital economy. How can they be overhauled?

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