- December 21, 2018Read more
We opened a new office in Bengaluru (Bangalore). As India’s major IT hub, Bengaluru is now host to Athena’s ICT4D team, a key milestone in our mission to leverage data science for development. Our headquarters in Chennai also underwent an office shift recently, from T. Nagar...
- December 6, 2018Read more
On the 6th December 2018, Johns Hopkins University SAIS and AECOM organized a talk titled City Wide Inclusive Sanitation where Athena Infonomics Consultant Kun Zhang was a panelist. The full talk can be watched below:
- November 26, 2018Read more
Athena Infonomics recently inaugurated its new Bengaluru office, marking the launch of its third hub in India. The move not only reflects the physical growth of the firm, but also the adoption of new and exciting disciplines. Bengaluru is arguably the IT hub of India, and...
- November 18, 2018Read more
India’s flagship sanitation program, Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM), highlights both the importance of latrine use, and also of “safe and proper disposal”. Since most of urban India is not connected to sewers, the SBM recommends that cities work towards technological, financing and governance initiatives that would...
- November 10, 2018Read more
On the 9th-10th November 2018, the Madras Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI) along with National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA) held an Urban Thinker’s Campus under the UN Habitat’s World Urban Campaign. Themed “Roadmap to Zero Waste in Chennai”, Athena’s Senior Consultant Kowshik Ganesh, was...
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