He is global head of cities for the future and new industries at HSBC and president of The Connected Places Catapult. Greg Clark | Rethinking the City Brand in times of Covid-19 | Ajuntament de Barcelona
Interview with Greg Clark – Eurocities
Greg Clark is an urbanist with more than two decades of experience. Currently leading the work of HSBC on cities and mobility, he will be moderating the first session of the Eurocities annual conference 2020 on Future cities – do cities have a future? Ahead of the event, we took a moment to find out
Professor Greg Clark CBE
Professor Greg Clark CBE Senior Advisor: Future Cities & New Industries HSBC Biography Greg Clark has a 30 year career and is widely recognised is a global expert on future cities and new economies. He has worked as senior advisor with global institutions such
Greg is Group Advisor on Future Cities & New Industries at HSBC Group where he works with its global client base in 63 countries and 300 cities. He is Chair of the Connected Places Catapult, The UK’s innovation accelerator for cities, transport, and place-making.
Greg Clark – Rochester, United Kingdom
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Greg Clark: Sydney on cusp of being global leader
Greg Clark: Sydney on cusp of being global leader Landmark research by international cities expert Professor Greg Clark launched last week has found that Sydney risks failing to live up to its brand promise and seeing its future appeal eroded if it is does not consistently benefit from investment, leadership and institutional support to address its emerging weaknesses.
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HSBC’s Greg Clark explains why city leaders have a key role to play in the transition to a low-carbon economy. Green finance Sustainability Towards the zero-carbon city Ageing populations may force governments to raise retirement ages, says HSBC’s James
HSBC Business Talks
Welcome to HSBC Business Talks, a podcast series hosted by HSBC Commercial Banking Asia Pacific. The series features HSBC experts providing their perspectives and insights on themes and developments shaping Asia-Pacific and the global economy, from
Greg Clark: Napędzanie zielonego odrodzenia
· Greg Clark Zrównoważone finansowanie nadal odpowiada za niewielką część rynków kapitałowych. Obecnie istnieje globalna konieczność przekształcenia tej niszy w nowy główny nurt.
The Planet of Cities: Business districts as usual?
Greg Clark is an urbanist and writes here in a personal capacity. He is Global Head of Future Cities at HSBC and Chair of the Connected Paces Catapult. He also holds thought leadership roles with UCL, Strathclyde University, the Brookings Institution and the Urban Land Institute.
The Planet of Cities: An accidental experiment in a new …
Greg Clark is an urbanist. He is Senior Advisor at HSBC, and holds thought leadership roles with UCL, the Brookings Institution and the Urban Land Institute. In this month’s column, he continues his thoughts on the urban legacy of the Covid-19 outbreak.
The Business Of Cities
Prof. Greg Clark and Dr Tim Moonen contribute to this important compilation, produced by L’Institut Paris Region, on the outlook for global cities and the models that …
Inaugural Lecture: Professor Greg Clark on “The …
Greg Clark is an urbanist, who has worked with more 300 cities over a 30 year career. He is Senior Advisor, Future Cities and New Industries, at HSBC, Chairman of The Business of Cities, a research group based at UCL STEaPP, a Global Fellow at Brookings Institution and at the Urban Land Institute, and Chairman of the Investment and Programmes Committees at Transport for London.