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June 15, 2017

MIKE FABRIZI TO DELIVER KEYNOTE AT iNEIGHBORHOODS BUILDING THE SMART CITY WORKSHOP, JULY 11 AT LAUNCHCODE

ST. LOUIS, MO. – Mike Fabrizi is proudly a St. Louisan.  Born and raised in the city, he relocated to the Washington, DC area in 1990 to take a job with The MITRE Corporation. MITRE is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center.  MITRE works exclusively in the public interest and typically acts as an “honest broker” and helps public sector clients meet their system requirements.  Over the past decades, Mike has worked for public sector clients at the Federal, state, and local level. More.

 

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April 18, 2017

ST. LOUIS INNOVATION COMMUNITY EMERGES ON THE FOREFRONT OF  ENTREPRENEURIAL SOLUTIONS FOR CREATING SMART CITIES

ST. LOUIS, MO. – Planning continues for the Delmar Loop and Forest Park area. Given St. Louis’ rising entrepreneurial ecosystem, a collaborative Smart City initiative, that is inclusive and cuts the Delmar Divide, would be truly transformative. International Smart Cities publication confirms St. Louis approach. More.

 

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November 17, 2016

PITTSBURGH, PA. – “The National League of Cities’ City of the Future initiative explores existing trends and predicts future developments so that cities can anticipate changes in the urban landscape and prepare accordingly. This multi-year research project focuses on five different factors that affect cities: technology, economics, climate, culture, and demographics. By exploring these factors through a city-centric lens, the City of the Future initiative highlights specific issues that will affect how people experience and move throughout cities for years to come”. More.

 

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October 6, 2016

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — From Boston to Seattle, cities across the country are vying to create technology hubs, spurring real estate developments to attract start-ups and young entrepreneurs. To the south, this smaller but thriving city is seeing returns on its effort to do the same. Chattanooga has leveraged its lightning-fast broadband connections to develop a tech scene in its recently designed innovation district, a 140-acre section of its compact central business district. More.

 

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September 12, 2016

iNEIGHBORHOODS ADVANCES CITIES AND COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS LOOKING TO ENTER THE DIGITAL AGE

“Building Smart Cities for The Digital Age, One Neighborhood at a Time”

SAINT LOUIS, Mo. – iNeighborhoods develops high impact, cost effective, innovation neighborhoods for cities in North America. Developing the neighborhood’s ecosystem with high speed Internet infrastructure, attracts business, creates employment and increases opportunities for neighborhood start-up companies, iNeighborhoods accelerates the overall socio-economic development and prosperity of participating city neighborhoods. More.