Marketplace.city is a platform where government innovators can easily find, validate and implement technology solutions that will shape the cities & communities of tomorrow.
How it works — We start with a comprehensive database of the most relevant technology providers, organized into categories that are specific to cities. Thousands of solutions can be compared and reviewed, at a glance.
We provide cities with a direct communication channel to access these providers and past buyers of the technology. Cities can vet solutions with reviews and validations among their peers and other cities internationally.
Highlighted in Davos!
Marketplace.city is featured in the World Economic Forum - Internet of Things Sustainability report. WEF calls on governments to publish standard results from IoT pilots and share them on Marketplace.city!
Showcase your product to your target buyers- 365 days a year
Have full control to edit and update product & company information in real-time, ensuring cities are seeing the latest on your company and products
Promote past successes, validations and review — make your results your lead and sales engine.
Allow city-stakeholders, who have interest in your product/service to contact you directly
Cover a broader network of cities—of all sizes: from New York City to Grosse Pointe Park—in one place
Plans & Pricing
Free—Add a Company Profile to Marketplace.city
$12/mo—Add a Product & Company Profile. Access Validations, two way interaction and search
$33/month—Add up to 3 Products, 3 users & Company Profile. Access Validations, two way interaction and search.
Enterprise plans are also available. Contact Us to learn more.
Marketplace.city began with a simple question: "Why don't public sector buyers have a better way to discover and research technology solutions?"
This launched a collaboration between New York's Mayor’s Office of Technology and Innovation (MOTI) and Fictive Kin, in 2016. A beta (marketplace.nyc) proved the power and value of breaking down information and procurement barriers, so that both cities and companies could implement technology solutions efficiently and quickly.