Public/private partnerships are key to sustainability, says former consultant on new role at private equity manager

Career Path: Urs Bitterling, the newly appointed chief sustainability officer at Cubera Private Equity, values collaboration between the public and private sector and thinks governments should collaborate with private business on sustainability.

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What career path did you imagine for yourself when you were younger?

”I wanted to be a diplomat originally. I have always been interested in how the public and private sectors shape our societies and how the two sectors evolve over time with each other. This is also why I enjoy working with sustainability so much. Sustainability is an area where governments and businesses need to collaborate to get any actual work done.”

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