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Data Philanthropy: Channeling Information To Drive Public Sector Innovation


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Moderated by Ari Popper. Panelists: Todd Cunningham of Viacom, Robert Foster of the Accelerating Market-Driven Partnerships (AMP), Prasanna Lal Das of The World Bank, Snorri H. Gudmundsson of the European Commission, Kyle Nel of Lowe's Home Improvement, Eric Meerkamper of the Centre for Social Innovation

We live in the data economy. Data is the new currency that connects the world and drives growth and innovation. Like any other asset, it can be shared to help solve many private and public sector issues.

Moderated by Futurist Ari Popper of SciFutures, this esteemed panel of global leaders from Lowe’s Home Improvement, The U.S. Department of State, European Commission, United Nations, World Bank, & The Centre For Social Innovation will explore how Data Philanthropy is reshaping the world and how the insights industry can participate for social good and business growth.

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Data Philanthropy: Channeling Information To Drive Public Sector Innovation

  1. 1. DATA PHILANTHROPY CHANNELING INFORMATION TO DRIVE PUBLIC SECTOR INNOVATION Prassana Lal Das The World Bank Robert Foster Accelerating Market-Driven Partnerships (AMP) Todd Cunningham Formerly Viacom Snnori H. Gudmundsson European Commission Kyle Nel Lowe’s Home Improvement Eric Meerkamper Centre for Social Innovation