The location platform Turbine is already live across the Nordic markets together with Telia, and now expands to Africa with MTN. Unacast is already well established in the US, and now covers most of the globe with its innovative data products.
Unacast's Neighborhood Insights can zoom into any area in the US, down to the census block group level, and illustrate the area’s vitality via simplified metrics.
Unacast announces global partnership with ShopperTrak
Up to now our coverage has mainly focused on the evolving pandemic situation in the US — but we see the need and demand for understanding movement behaviors within and across other countries. Moreover, as one of the few location data companies with global coverage, we have the opportunity to make a difference beyond our borders. That’s why, due to popular demand, we’ve expanded our Social Distancing scoring data internationally.
Unacast can help you understand what to consider and which questions to ask as you look to engage a location data and human mobility insights provider.
For the second year in a row, Unacast has been awarded one of the Top 10 Small Companies To Work For In NYC by Built in NYC for our culture, benefits, professional, and social impact, and more.
Unacast has been recognized as one of the Top 20 Leading Retail Tech Companies of 2019 by Retail CIO Outlook for our groundbreaking work building The Real World Graph®.
Earlier this month, our very own CTO Frode Bjerke was awarded one of the top young leaders and one of the top ten innovators in Norway by @E.24. We are so proud to have Frode's talent and visionary thinking at Unacast as we build The Real World Graph®.
Unacast is thrilled to introduce Adam Slackman, our new VP of Sales, who joins us from Mastercard, where he was the Vice President of Retail & Commerce. Our CEO, Thomas Walle, sat down with Adam for a conversation about his deep experience with bringing data products to market, his perspective on the location data industry, and how he’ll help shape the future of Unacast.
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