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GLOBALOUTLOOK GLOBAL CITIES OF THE FUTURE


JUDGINGPANEL


ProfessorRichardBellingham Richard Bellingham is director for the Instit- ute for Future Cities at University of Strath- clyde. The Institute aims to improve the quality of human life across the world


through understanding cities in new ways, and creating innovative approaches for living andworking in cit- ies across the world. Richard hasmore than 15 years’ expe-


rience developing policy, and working withnationalandinternational organisa- tions to deliver government objectives. He is a fellow of the Energy Institute, for- merheadof energypolicy for the Scottish government, and a senior research fellow specialising in energy policy and sustain- able cities. Richard works with cities to create urban sustainability strategies — writing the Sustainable Glasgow strategy — and coordinating the European ‘Step Up’ programme with Glasgow, Gothenburg, Riga and Ghent to create ambitious sustainable city strategies and innovative integrated urban low-carbon energy projects.


AndréCampbell


André spent a decade building brands across the automotive, tech- nology, creative and public sectors. A for- mer Wolff Olins brand strategist, André has fostered urban innova-


tion and strategic marketing partner- ships for the Mercedes-Benz EQ Formula E Team, HyperloopTT and Microsoft, among others. He explored the topic of future cities inNewYork City, Bogotáand Mexico City while studying for his MBA at Imperial College Business School. In 2019, André was profiled in The Drum’s Future 50, recognising the world’s most exciting up-and-coming brand market- ers. In the same year, André attended the China–UKSymposiumonSmart Cities in China, asaRoyalAcademyofEngineering UK delegate.


JacopoDettoni


Jacopo Dettoni is the editor of fDi Intelli- gence, where he leads the title’s multimedia editorial coverage and strategic development. Prior to joining fDi, he lived and reported in


Europe, Asia and Latin America, cover- ing some of the world’s fastest-growing economies for international media.Heis a regular speaker and moderator at events discussing the perks and perils of global trade and investment. He holds a master’s degree in economics and finance from the Catholic University of Milan, Italy, where he focused on trade policies and economic welfare.


KimFahem


Kim Fahem is the vice president for Business Development Asia at foreign investment consultancy firm Wavteq. She has been working in the field of trade and foreign


direct investment formorethan15 years, advising governments, investment pro- motion and economic development agencies on promoting their location globally. Kim has extensive experience working in the global markets including Asia, Europe and the Middle East.


SethO’Farrell


Seth O’Farrell is global investment reporter for fDi Intelligence, a specialist publication at the Financial Times, covering foreign direct investmentandgeopol- itics. He previously


worked at MandateWire, another FT Specialist publication, reportingoninsti- tutional investors in Italy, the UK and France. He speaks French, Mandarin and Italian, and holds a degree in modern languages from the University of Oxford.


FirdaousOussidhoum Firdaous Oussidhoum is the special adviser of the United Cities and Local Governments’ (UCLG) secretary gen- eral. The UCLG is the world institution for local and regional gov-


ernments advocating for shared values andprinciples, for the local democracy as representative of the citizens and com- munities. She is also a member of the UNESCO Chair for Intermediate Cities andWorld Urbanization. Architect, urban planner and philos-


opher, Firdaous developed her expertise, within a human-focused approach, in the sustainable and resilient develop- ment strategies through 20 years of experience as a practitioner, consultant and policymaker at local, national and international levels. She has developed in parallel an expertise in international relations and development, and interna- tional public affairs, with a particular eye on global resilience.


ScottShepard


Formally trained as an urban planner, designer and geogra- pher, Scott Shepard, chief marketing officer of Iomob, is a digital mobility expert, strategist,


adviser and thought leader, who under- stands and is passionate about the intersection of cities, movement and tech. Architecting and implementing digital mobility solutions, Scott works closely with leaders in business, gov- ernment, academia and non-govern- ment organisations to actively shape the emergence of the mobility and startup ecosystems. Scott is a sought- after global keynote speaker and has written extensively about topics includ- ing digital mobility, active transporta- tion, urban planning&policy, mobility as a service, mobility hubs, micromo- bility, connected fleets and kerbside management. ■


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