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An inclusive approach to building smart cities

Cities that support inclusive innovation will be more competitive and develop more locally-relevant solutions
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Cities are incredibly complex organisms that consist of a large number and wide variety of stakeholders. Despite the fact that the majority of economic and social activity involves non-government organisations, city governments have been expected to unilaterally solve many urban challenges and make cities ‘smarter’.

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