People generate consumption, and as people, we reinforce a series of habits that are
determined by the spatial reality in which we live, that is, cities. Within urban spaces,
a whole network of interactions and exchanges is generated, and these have stories to tell.
City Intelligence helps you to learn about these interesting stories.
At present, cities are the greatest expression of multiculturalism as well as the most populated settlements that exist on our planet (today approximately 56% of the human population lives in cities, and it is estimated that this percentage will increase to 80% by 2030). The layout of the streets, the order of the systems, and the political-administrative structure generate very specific conditions in cities that affect our way of life and, therefore, our consumption habits. That is why at Latin American Capital we believe that generating market studies should be related to understanding the complexity of the city.
Our system provides you with a work platform where you can consult and interact with information that we have been collecting continuously for more than 15 years to simplify the decision-making process of your business
In addition to the results and the system tools, you can generate and download a report with the results of the selected variables. You will also be able to select advanced variable filters to access insights, as well as additional studies, reports, and databases that Latin American Capital has generated.
We collect and organize demographic, socioeconomic, commercial, and social media variables from more than 1,679 public and private sources of information, from organizations specialized in each research area, and from our data banks.
We contextualize the information through relevant visualizations: maps for business intelligence, figures, and graphical representations to integrate value statistics, automated market reports, and dashboards that monitor variables that are relevant to your business.
We use artificial intelligence to automatically update our resources regularly.
We apply a rigorous content curation process, in which we ensure the credibility and relevance of the data.
We apply data science to generate added value: we complement, and generate new information that gives users a more complete picture.
We are constantly adding more data and more cities to the system. Our methodology is designed in such a way that we can add new cities both in national and international.
We generate a real situational analysis from an interface that allows us to integrate your organization’s information into our models.
The design of our platform allows us to respond better to the needs of each user, giving them the tools to select and personalize search criteria.
City Intelligence is in favor of 'The 15-minute city' movement, a coalition of more than 96 mayors and/or elected municipal representatives (known as C40 cities), who propose the implementation of the concept of "15-minute city" as part of a grand plan for economic and social fabric recovery.
Residents of all neighborhoods have easy access to basic urban facilities, green areas, goods and services, particularly groceries, fresh food, and medical care through hyperlocal retail systems.
Each neighborhood has a variety of housing types, of different sizes and levels of affordability, to accommodate many types of homes, thus allowing more people to live closer to where they work, reducing the environmental impact on air quality and greatly increasing competitiveness by reducing the time lost commuting.
More people can work closer to home or remotely, due to the presence of smaller-scale offices, retail and hospitality, and co-working spaces.
Thanks to our experience as consultants, we not only obtain and present a large
quantity of data, but we also make sure of two things: one, that these data can be
correlated with each other to obtain results that no one else could generate; and two,
we continually develop our technology, allowing the user to interact in an easy and
versatile way with the information.
Number of establishments by activity classification, size, area of influence, number of employees, income, establishment rating.
Identification of population density according to socioeconomic and sociodemographic segment, degree of marginalization, age range, economic situation, level of education, among others.
Number of occupied and unoccupied dwellings as well as their main characteristics such as the type of building used, and their secondary characteristics like movable assets present in the dwelling.
Traffic in the area, accessibility to roads, pedestrians, cyclists, and public transport, bus stops, mass transport stations, bicycle lanes, public and mass transport coverage, the density of road accidents.
List of developments built, under construction and to be built for vertical, horizontal, and commercial projects, A, AA, and AAA offices, and mixed-use, as well as industrial parks. Average sale and rental price and location of lots.
Green areas and parks, urban facilities and basic services, updated maps of the partial plans, tourist spots, which are representative or of great interest and relevance to the area, as well as neighborhoods or areas of interest.
Crime map, air pollution, irregular settlements, risk of floods, and gas stations.