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Sarah Fustine

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Upcoming Webinar: How to Get Your Smart City Funded – Q2 2019 Update

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Finding the right funding mechanisms for smart cities can be challenging. Many city leaders are aware of smart city technologies and are interested in moving forward, but they don’t know how or where to start. Often this is due to lack of available funding and having a well-developed overall tactical…

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Recap: Building Strong Smart City Public-Private Partnerships (P3) that Last

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Think Big recently hosted a virtual webinar on how to build strong smart city public-private partnerships (P3) that are valuable to all parties. The video below is the recorded webinar session from December 6. One of the key takeaways, was the top essential elements you need to consider when creating…

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Recap: Citizen Engagement for Smart City Innovation in Kansas City, MO during Techweek KC

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Citizen engagement in the smart city conversation has never been more important Today, the conversation about smart cities has developed a new mindset for individuals within urban areas. More than ever, citizens are concerned about technology advances, yet optimistic for opportunity, and cautious with data privacy, yet demand personalization and…

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Build Strong Smart City Public-Private Partnerships (P3) that Last

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What is Public-Private Partnerships (P3)? Today throughout the world, we are beginning to see a change in the way our cities and governments are handling infrastructure. Governments are starting to move away from the traditional methods and are beginning to utilize the public-private partnerships (P3) more efficiently. The traditional ways…

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