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Digital Subscriptions > Cities Today > August 2018 > Five start-up solutions the city has helped launch

Five start-up solutions the city has helped launch


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Transformcity offers an online platform and toolkit for collaborative urban development to bring together all local stakeholders and city government to achieve development goals and work together on local projects.

As a collaborative tool the start-up wants to encourage self-organisation of local communities, helping drive their development goals in concert with city government. The company’s first pilot was a success, transforming the struggling Amstel3 office district into a mixed-use urban neighbourhood. The first phase platform was rolled out in April 2018 and the start-up aims to have completed the platform in its current guise in September. A training package for cities has been developed alongside the online platform to help cities collaborate with each other more and optimise their workflow. TransformCity has garnered global interest and is in preparation to work with Start-up in Residence and scale to other cities both nationally and internationally.

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