1. They help connecting numerous initiatives. Instead of drawing on isolated projects, they perfectly connect ongoing scattered actions, reinforcing their consistency and visibility, through a collaborative methodology.
  2. They create stakeholder networks linked to the platform. These networks identify the necessities of a given place and the proper strategies to implement specific programs.
  3. They profit from already existing advanced knowledge of the place more efficiently: academic research, cooperatives, city councils, community-initiatives, companies and associations, among others.
  4. They generate strong, networked innovation ecosystems, increasing and escalating the impact of the different initiatives.
  5. They minimize the inversion risk and create middle and long-term exit strategies for the project drivers.
  6. This, combined with the creation of new tools to measure intangible elements, presents a more effective and non-disruptive alternative to the traditional logic in project management.