We combine cutting-edge data science, with best-practice urban design, to transform cities.
Neighbourlytics is a global urban tech company drawing on public social data to capture the ‘digital footprint’ of cities, giving real-time insight into neighbourhood life.
From online restaurant reviews to event check-ins, our technology synthesises data from digital sources to see places through locals’ eyes—helping citymakers understand, measure and monitor social wellbeing in the places they create and manage. By harnessing these digital tools, we can begin to build vibrant and healthy communities based on a holistic understanding of residents’ needs.
Co-founders Jessica Christiansen-Franks and Lucinda Hartley are urban designers and serial entrepreneurs who have been leading the global conversation on urban innovation for more than a decade. Both have held positions with the United Nations, the World Bank and as the consecutive CEOs of award winning placemaking consultancy CoDesign Studio.
The pair launched Neighbourlytics to solve the human data gap for city-makers. In just a few short years Neighbourlytics has become a global leader in PropTech. Alumni of Google for Startups and Listed in the Deloitte Fast 50, Neighbourlytics is now working with over 100 property developers in 12 countries.
Passionate about creating neighbourhoods people love and feel connected to, our team combines wold-leading urban life expertise with cutting-edge data science.
Neighbourlytics is an award winning PropTech company, recognised in the Deloitte Fast 50, named in the 100 Women of Influence list by the Australian Financial Review, and a finalist in the Telstra Business Awards.
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