Helping cities and companies work together is a “kind of model that is going to become increasingly important as cities are looking for ways to diversify their revenue streams,” said Mr. Kelly, who is 57 years old. “They’re looking for ways to create better experiences for their citizens and they’re looking for ways for their cities to stand out as unique and innovative.”

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