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VU.CITY agrees Place Partnership

The innovative city planning tech company is embarking on a 12-month marketing and business development campaign with Place North West.

VU.CITY acts as a digital twin to the world’s cities, including Manchester and Liverpool.

Using the company’s interactive 3D digital models, you can see the impact a new building or infrastructure change could have on a city – well before you put spades in the ground.

“We are thrilled to partner with Place North West and their team,” said Matt Evans, regional business development manager at VU.CITY.

“It’s a privilege to work in this industry where you help the built environment transform places for the better,” Evans continued.

“VU.CITY’s commitment to the North West region is stronger than ever, and this partnership is key to us becoming more involved to help deliver the best possible cities for all.”

VU.CITY’s bespoke agreement with Place North West includes:

  • Thought leadership content
  • Video roundtables
  • Conference exhibitions
  • Advertising

Dino Moutsopolous, commercial director at Place North West, said: “We have been aware of the great innovation and work VU.CITY has been doing these past years and have enjoyed working with the company in the past.

“VU.CITY is a fantastic piece of kit that helps many property professionals both in the private and public sectors. The impact that the wide use of VU.CITY could have for our towns and cities could be huge.”

“We are delighted to have agreed this package with them and look forward to helping integrate VU.CITY more widely throughout the North West property market.”

VU.CITY joins an elite group of companies that have become Place partners, including Wates Group, JMW Solicitors, Close Brothers, Fairhursts Design Group, Onward Homes, ClearFibre, Telcom, Morgan Sindall Construction, and ITS.

Place North West partnership packages are crafted specifically to meet your individual company’s needs and can include conference sponsorships, bespoke videos, exclusive roundtable discussions, and more. Learn more in our 2022 media pack.

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