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Last edited 24 Nov 2017
The Most Successful Players - Thoughts on the Future of Construction
CEOs and high-level executives of established construction companies and start-ups explain who they expect to be the most successful players in the future of construction. As key success factors are seen hiring the right people, sharing knowledge and a high speed of learning.
Furthermore, it is expected that thinking in an entrepreneurial sense and a high rate of experimentation are important. Vertical integration to deliver additional value throughout the full construction process might be an additional success factor.
- Till Zupancic, Project Manager Future of Construction, World Economic Forum
- Michael Max Buehler, Head of Infrastructure and Urban Development Industries, World Economic Forum
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--Future of Construction 09:30, 23 Nov 2017 (BST)
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