Marius Cristea, Senior Urban Development Specialist at the World Bank Group, will join BR’s Rising Cities. Smart Future event on November 27, as a guest speaker. He will hold a keynote speech after the first morning panel.
Marius Cristea is one of the authors of the World Bank report “Magnet cities: migration and commuting in Romania.” He holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and a Ph.D. in Geography (Territorial planning) from the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna, Austria. He has also obtained certifications as a project manager, trainer, communication expert and non-reimbursable funds absorption expert. Marius also worked at the North-West Regional Development Agency for over five years, where he worked on strategic planning, innovation and SME development projects.
With Rising Cities. Smart Future, Business Review wishes to support and highlight the evolution of the urban space, with everything it encompasses: from technology, transportation, digital transformation, communities, architecture, to sustainability, passionate leadership and culture.
Rising Cities. Smart Future proposes greener, smarter and more connected future cities through panel discussions, debates and predictions about public–private collaborations, hybrid, innovative and inspiring projects and ways of integrating new technologies, such as AI (artificial intelligence) and IoT (The internet of things) in the everyday life.
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