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How this start-up uses data to rethink city planning

Meet the entrepreneur that wowed RiverPitch judge Sheona Devin.

Azal Khan

Digital Journalist, Your Money

An innovative business passionate about creating liveable and interesting cities which has made it through to the next round of the RiverPitch competition.

Former city planner Jessica Christiansen-Franks and urban designer Lucinda Hartley are co-founders of the Neighbourlytics platform, which uses big data and social media analytics to help improve cities.

The startup’s pitch in the Melbourne pitching round wowed RiverPitch judge and experienced angel investor Sheona Devin.

“I would actually come and work for you tomorrow. So job well done,” Devin said.

The co-founders spoke to Your Money Live on their goal to helps city-planners and governments across Australia understand the unique identities and nuances of communities.

Watch the video for the full interview with the Neighbourlytics founders.

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