In the Press

Smart Cities of the Future Rely on Innovation, Critical Discussions

Global Trade – Smart cities are sprouting up around the globe at an increasing rate, and they are quickly becoming model frameworks for future-ready urban centers seeking to level up how they collect and parse citizen data.

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Media Coverage

Local Logic Welcomes Linda J. Isaacson to Board of Directors

Business Wire – Real estate talent management executive will guide location intelligence platform’s growth alongside new VP of Sales Audrey Whittington

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Tech and the Post-Pandemic City

Planetizen – To steer American cities into the future, public and private sectors—and citizens—must work together to build broad, lasting support around complicated issues such as transparency and data privacy.

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These 31 startups are revolutionizing the way Americans buy homes and use offices

Business Insider – The founders of “proptech” startups — firms that make various real-estate transactions or processes cheaper or more efficient using technology — are propelling a historically staid industry into the 21st century. Archipelago; Kasa Living; Local Logic; Flyhomes; Skye Gould/Insider

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Curating A Development Through the Use of Data in A Post-Covid World with Sara Maffey

The Placemaking Podcast – This post was written based on my discussion with Sara Maffey, Head of Industry Relations at Local Logic on a recent episode of the Placemaking Podcast. To learn more about the show or the guest, please visit the website shown below.

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TODAY IN HIRES: FRESHBOOKS, JUNO, STAFFY, ALIDA, LOCAL LOGIC

Betakit – Five Canadian tech organizations have recently brought on new team members, including Staffy, Juno, Freshbooks, Alida, and Local Logic. Here’s a breakdown of who is joining whom, and what they bring to the table.

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How Location Intelligence Can Help Create the “15-Minute City”

Prop Modo – Seemingly overnight, the COVID-19 pandemic has upended much of the normal order across society and the built environment. As spare bedrooms become makeshift offices and longtime urbanites break for the suburbs, the very fabric of our cities is more in flux than any time in recent memory. 

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