Analogous problems are often encountered by cities that compete for highly qualified staff: what can be done to keep young people in the city? What can be done to make sure that sport and cultural life in the city is busy enough to entice them to stay? Work in this area is being done in various directions, from construction of new roads, airports and railway terminals to modernizing community clubs, building multifunctional marks, and renovating residential areas.
Innovative Infrastructure as Competitive Advantage in the Struggle for Human Capital
General Staff Building, White hall 6/8 Palace sq., St. Petersburg
Andrey StarkovDeputy general director (issues of corporate governance of subsidiaries and affiliates, management and disposal of property), RZD OJSC. Russia
Guillermo PenalosaMBA, PhDhc, CSP Founder and Chair, 8 80 Cities Ambassador; World Urban Parks President; Gil Penalosa & Associates. Canada
Paul William ThomasGolf Course Designer, Professional Golfer, Golf Consultant. United Kingdom
Vasiliy ChekanovSenior Managing Director — Director of the Construction Department, PJSC Sberbank. Russia