Andrew Greenhill (@AndrewGreenhill)
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- Asst. to City Manager interested in how technology can help communities solve problems, save money, serve citizens and improve local government
- Tucson, Arizona
By 2030, it’s estimated that more than 5 billion people will live in urban settings. Therefore, it’s imperative for cities to integrate technology into their infrastructure so that metropolian areas can sustain this rapid growth in population. With hackathons and app challanges, we’ve seen the emergence of civic startups, like SeeClickFix, and we’re now seeing the rise of “civic accelerators.” We all know Y Combinator and 500 Startups — those are stellar accelerators, and they’ve given rise to game-changing startups like Dropbox, Airbnb and Wildfire Interactive, which was acquired by Google earlier this year. Civic accelerators, on the other
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