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We strategically connect your business to our projects, investing in equitable cross-sector global partnerships to better prepare cities and communities around the world to confront the challenges ahead.

We must ensure that the global market is embedded in broadly shared values and practices that reflect global social needs, and that all the world’s people share the benefits of globalisation.
— Kofi Atta Annan, 7th Secretary-General of the United Nations, 1997 – 2006


We are DEMOCRATISING ACCESS to OPEN DATA and OPEN PROJECTS to be celebrated equally. Access to OPEN DATA can bridge the information gap between elected officials and their constituents and INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY and EFFICIENCIES, to improve our NEIGHBOURHOODS, COMMUNITIES, and CITIES. Over the last 10 years we have developed a suite of TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS that work together to enhance and further improve the QUALITY, VALUE and EXTENT of our work. Our projects emphasise the RECIPROCITY between GLOBAL and LOCAL PHENOMENA. Our work examines NEW FORMS and URBAN CONDITIONS such as GLOBAL CITIES, KNOWLEDGE ECONOMIES, TRANSNATIONAL COMMUNITIES, and SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAINS. Our unique approach to globalisation offers new interpretive and ANALYTICAL TOOLS to understand the COMPLEXITY of global INTERDEPENDENCE to CO-CREATING SUSTAINABLE FUTURES.

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Collaborative contracting, procurement and supply chain analytics creating shared value.


GESTALT SYSTEMS works at the forefront of the construction industry, which is forecast to be one of the most dynamic industrial sectors in the next fifteen years and is crucial to the evolution of prosperous societies around the world, forecasts indicate that the volume of construction output will grow by 85% to $15.5 trillion worldwide by 2030. GESTALT SYSTEMS [supply] platform works with Property Developers, Architects and Designers, City Officials and Administrators to create shared value in the project supply chain. We use a range of data modelling, technology including Blockchain, AI (artificial intelligence) and VAs (virtual assistants) to provide access to sustainable project verticals including design and development management, construction and contract administration, supply logistics and GHG certification. SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYTICS at its essence is about transforming all the gathered historical data and incoming flow of current supply chain data into insights for making better planning decisions. Using big-data analytic tools that employ sophisticated algorithms and machine learning to aggregate and dissect data, supply chain analytics uses; DESCRIPTIVE ANALYTICS; DIAGNOSTIC ANALYTICS; PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS; PRESCRIPTIVE ANALYTICS.

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Liveability and enterprise performance index for smart urban growth strategies.


FOUNDED IN 2009, the COMPACT CITIES [index] aligns with the UN GLOBAL COMPACT Cities Programme and its ongoing engagement with innovating cities in the programme and the development of the CIRCLES OF SUSTAINABILITY deployed through their management of major projects. COMPACT CITIES [index] aims to maximise 'planning by design' and planning for EQUITY; DENSITY; AMENITY; DIVERSITY and emergent urban form. The COMPACT CITY is an urban concept, which promotes relatively high residential density with mixed land uses. It is based on an efficient public transport system and has an urban layout which encourages walking and cycling, low energy consumption and reduced pollution. COMPACT CITIES [index] engages the dominant compact city prototype of 'smart growth and 'new urbanism' without overlooking the benefits of urban consolidation. The COMPACT CITIES [index] provides PERFORMANCE RATING on WELLBEING and DENSITY in CITIES and extends OPEN DATA to include crowdsourced reliable data from global residents, communities, advocacy groups and local business chambers. The COMPACT CITIES [index] provides and alternative ‘livability’ and ‘enterprise’ rating including an ease of doing business index, including supply chain and logistics. The COMPACT CITIES [index] provides analysis, reporting and forecasting on livability and enterprise studies for SMART GROWTH STRATEGIES for GLOBAL CITIES and COMMUNITIES that are relevant and relational including transitioning economies.

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Connecting cities and communities with adaptation projects and patron finance.


FOUNDED IN 2008, the CLIMATE RESILIENT CITIES [exchange] project aligns with the UNITED NATIONS (UN) NEW URBAN AGENDA and the UN’s SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS and examines alternatives by combining bottom-up and top-down means of regenerating SUSTAINABLE URBAN DEVELOPMENT. We connect CITIES and COMMUNITIES with ADAPTATION projects, PRACTITIONERS and PATRON FINANCE. The CLIMATE RESILIENT CITIES [exchange] investigate the connection between urban economics and climate vulnerability through urban analysis, integrated research and best-practice project delivery. The project incorporates a range of policies, strategies and open source data to link communities to adaptation tools, knowledge and resources and financial assistance providing access to networked urban disaster risk management and climate change adaptation projects and analysis at national, regional and community level under the following four categories.

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Consultation platform to inform, inspire and influence the social impact of your projects.

52 communities [CONSULTATION]

FOUNDED IN 2009, the 52 COMMUNITIES [platform] is our unique community consultation, public participation, stakeholder management platform. Our framework and research provide a holistic approach and is fundamental to the successful implementation of our projects. Our clients can engage with communities to measure the social impact of a project or measure the impact of your business and how it relates to your social sustainability that forms part of your corporate reporting. The 52 COMMUNITIES [platform] allows our clients to create a dashboard and engage with your stakeholders and communities to design and deliver a range on consultation and reporting projects. Design and hold ONLINE WORKSHOPS to inform your stakeholders and consult with community. Select from pre-designed online workshops, or build your own workshop from standard questions or upload your own workshop framework and generate open source mechanisms for sharing and exchanging information, knowledge and expertise.  Obtain reach and scalability by providing surveys within your online workshops and increase the objectivity and accuracy of your community consultation and engagement.

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Top corporations and organisations have benefited from the practice of shared value. Now it's your turn to get involved. Integrating shared value strategy and measurement including Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) performance to your reporting.


CSV & Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) REPORTING Practices

Your Creating Shared Value priorities are those areas of greatest intersection between your business and society, and where you can create the most value and make the most difference in delivering the SDGs. Through reports such as CSV and ESG performance, you can demonstrate the mindset of transparency, improvement and engagement that drives your projects and business strategy and business decisions across all sectors. Recognising the value of transparency and disclosure, active investors factor risk from ESG performance factors into their investment decisions. SUPERFUTURE PROJECTS will guide your projects and strategy through our evidence-based insights and data, plug-in services and thought leadership. Most importantly, reporting on CSV and ESG performance demonstrates your fundamental belief in CREATING SHARED VALUE as a way of delivering a long-term positive impact for shareholders and society, through everything you do as a company.

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Identify and prioritise social issues that represent opportunities to increase your revenue and reduce costs. Conduct systematic screening of unmet social needs and a gap analysis of how they overlap with your business across the three levels of shared value.

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Develop a solid business case based on research and analysis of how social improvement will directly improve business performance. This step includes identifying the targets and specifying the activities and costs involved for each shared value opportunity, modeling the potential business and social results relative to the costs.

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Business case provides a roadmap, to track progress against targets and performance. Including tracking inputs and business activities, outputs, and financial performance relative to projections. Companies often track progress on social and business results separately, we link the social and business results to create value creation opportunities.

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Validate the link between social and business results and determine where objectives produced a joint return and had the greatest effect. Insights will inform opportunities to unlock further value creation through refining the shared value business strategy and its execution.

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Enable local cluster development improving external environments through community investment, strengthen local suppliers, local institutions, and local infrastructure in ways that enhance your business. Redefine value chain productivity delivering operational improvements. Reconceive products for revenue growth, market share, and profitability that arise from the ESG projects.

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ESG materiality performance assessment enables you to develop your own ESG materiality matrix diagrams, gaining organisational buy-in to achieve more inclusive, balanced, and comprehensive ESG disclosure. Not disclosing ESG performance can erode competitive advantage on business strategy, brand and reputation.



Change begins with how and when we interact with others. Social change is the way human interactions and relationships transform cultural and social institutions over time, every contribution can have a profound impact on society.

Our work aligns with the UNITED NATIONS NEW URBAN AGENDA our projects support science, research and innovation, including a focus on social, technological, digital and nature-based innovation, robust science-policy that interfaces in urban and territorial planning and policy formulation and generates open source mechanisms for sharing and exchanging information, knowledge and expertise, including the collection, analysis, standardisation and dissemination of geographically based, community-collected, high-quality, timely and reliable data disaggregated by income, sex, age, race, ethnicity, migration status, disability, geographic location and other characteristics relevant in national, regional and local contexts, respecting privacy rights and all human rights obligations and commitments.


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