Public-private partnerships (PPP) are essential to closing the global infrastructure gap, projected to require up to $50 trillion by 2030. In this one-day course, participants benefit from short lectures and guided discussions to master the foundations of Canadian PPPs before turning to international case studies, recognizing best practices and common pitfalls in order to learn from the successes—and failures—of countries in different stages of development.
- Introduction to Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships as well as Crown Corporation P3 Canada Inc.
- International business and investment paradigms in the Americas, Europe, and Asia-Pacific
- Limitations of public vs. private financing and implementation models
- Cross-cultural communication
- Unconventional success frameworks
- Testing intuitions in unfamiliar economic and social environments
- Project complexity in established vs. developing countries
- Those who wish to further their knowledge in creating and maintaining partnerships.
Arthur Thuot holds an MFA from the University of Florida and an HBA from the Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario. Previously, he served as a Project Director for a multinational media company whose clients included governments, state-owned enterprises, investment agencies, and corporations from SMEs to the Fortune 500. He has worked in fifteen countries across Europe, Latin America, and Asia-Pacific.
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