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Neighbourlytics is a social analytics platform for neighbourhoods pioneering the use of social data to create human-centered cities.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Real Estate
  • Location Melbourne VIC, Australia
  • Currency AUD
  • Founded April 2017
  • Employees 6
  • Incorporation Type B-corp
  • Website

Company Summary

Pioneering the use of social data in citymaking, Neighbourlytics is a globally-unique SaaS data analytics platform poised for growth. We help governments & property developers understand and measure local life in the neighbourhoods they plan, create and manage.

Launched in Melbourne in Oct 2017, our proprietary technology is already delivering hyperlocal, real-time data and insights to 60+ clients in Australia, North America, Asia and Europe.


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    Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer (CIO)

    Lucinda is an urban designer, social entrepreneur, co-founder and CIO of Neighbourlytics. Named as one of Melbourne’s Top 100 most influential people [The Age], Lucinda is a leading voice on urban innovation. She was recently awarded a Westpac Social Change Fellowship and Myer Innovation Fellowship to establish a human-centered framework for measuring cities. Previously, Lucinda was co-founder and CEO of leading consultancy CoDesign Studio.

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    Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

    Jessica Christiansen-Franks is an urban designer and social entrepreneur with a career dedicated to understanding the social dynamics of urbanisation. Previously CEO of CoDesign, Jessica is a thought leader in innovative citizen participation. With experience across Australia, the UK, Canada, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, Jessica has worked as an advisor to the public and private sectors, along with major international aid agencies.

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    Head of Analytics

    Gala is a mathematician and programmer with applied skills in optimisation, consulting, start-ups and education. Now as Head of Analytics at Neighbourlytics, Gala extracts information from social data sources to measure the unique local identity of neighbourhoods. A co-organiser of PyLadies: Python Programming for Women, she has worked with multiple organisations that make STEM accessible to anyone, and the tech-world a better place for women.