ARTICLES LABELLED WITH TAG proptech

02
Jul
2018

PropTech influencers launch worldwide PropTech platform

by Property Forum
PropTech influencers James Dearsley and Eddie Holmes have raised £150,000 of pre-seed funding from a raft of significant strategic investors to build the first global PropTech information and data platform. The new platform, called Unissu, provides the richest dataset of PropTech companies, information and research. Currently in closed beta, it will formally launch later this year.
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21
Jun
2018

Go digital now or get left behind

by Ákos Budai
It can’t be repeated often enough that technology is changing the game in real estate. Proptechs are disrupting the status quo and those who aren’t already thinking about what users are going to need in the future will get left behind. Property Forum presents 5 key statements from the first day of MIPIM PropTech Europe in Paris.
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21
Jun
2018

Companies are not ready to embrace technology

by Property Forum
New research released on the opening day of MIPIM PropTech Europe in Paris suggests that real estate companies need to do more to embrace opportunities presented by new technology.
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18
Jun
2018

JLL Spark to invest $100 million in proptech

by Property Forum
JLL Spark, a division of JLL, announced the creation of JLL Spark Global Venture Fund, which plans to invest up to $100 million in companies focused on leveraging technology to improve everything from real estate development and management to leasing and investing, while enhancing the experience of those who occupy it. The fund will also help entrepreneurs and their companies by connecting them with JLL’s business lines and clients for insightful feedback and distribution of their products.
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14
Jun
2018

The future is technologies that can improve user experience

by Ákos Budai
Technology is changing the world of property all over the world. Here are our 10 key takeaways from PropTech360, Israel’s first global real estate and technology summit, hosted in Jerusalem last week.
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10
May
2018

Everyone in property wants access to data, but who’s willing to share?

by Ákos Budai
Innovation and technology will fundamentally change the world of real estate, but real estate professionals don’t always find the best way to embrace these changes. Here are our top 10 takeaways from FUTURE: PropTech London, a proptech event that took place on 2 May.
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09
May
2018

Property Forum partners with Israel’s first PropTech summit

by Property Forum
Property Forum is joining Israel’s premier networking summit for leaders in both the real estate and technology sectors as media partner. PropTech360 will take place in Jerusalem on June 7th, 2018 at the Inbal Hotel.
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27
Apr
2018

Sensors are changing the workplace

by Property Forum
The ability to analyse how a building is used and to adapt the indoor environment accordingly is a clear example of a trend that is not only here to stay but will only grow in importance. By simply monitoring occupancy, building managers and owners can reduce costs and increase lease income. At the same time, occupants can enjoy a series of features that make their lives easier and allow them to work more productively. Proptech company Spaceti, which will be featured at Prague Property Forum 2018, introduces its solutions.
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23
Apr
2018

Construction is in urgent need of new technologies

by Ákos Budai
Tenant requirements have changed significantly which means that offices need to be maintained at the highest quality in order to retain the workforce. Panellists discussed the future of the office market at the Portfolio FM & Office 2018 conference that was held in Budapest last week.
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19
Apr
2018

Proptech is not just about buildings but about getting clients

by Ákos Budai
Just because technology can do something does it necessarily mean that we want it to? This was just one of the many topics that Czech professionals discussed at the latest RICS event in Prague which analysed the rapidly evolving relationship of property and technology.
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