Urban Menus



The United Nations estimates that 68% of the world’s population will live in urban areas in 2050. Cities are expected to be larger and more numerous, and a significant percentage of them will be in emerging economies, many of them in Asia. Among the 5 top challenges facing fast-growing cities are resource allocation – including space allocation for quality of life – and governance, according to the World Economic Forum.

  • Kuala Lumpur
    Networking often has a bad reputation, people understanding it as a shallow or opportunistic exchange of small talk and information. We see and use networking as an avenue to create long term relationships, new alliances, and teams where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
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  • Pune
    India is one of the 9 countries that are expected to grow the fastest by 2050. According to the UN World Population Prospects 2019, India will overtake China as the most populous country in the world. Challenges are already evident in urban planning: Pune, a city in the Indian state of Maharashtra, is facing environmental degradation, including pressure on land and water resources, social segregation, and limited institutional capacity, despite the fact that master plans are already being developed and considerable resources are being devoted to finding solutions. Hopes are pinned on new forms of urban planning cooperation between private and public authorities.
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10 million residents