Property Forum is excited to announce that we will be participating as a Channel Partner at Unissu’s upcoming digital event RE:Connect and are now looking for proptechs and real estate professional interested in the future of real estate to join us as conference participants for free.
Taking place on 7 January 2021, RE:Connect will be a 33-hour, live and on-demand, global digital event that will span all time zones. Property Forum is managing the PropTech CEE channel.
RE:Connect is a groundbreaking digital experience, designed to provide every real estate professional, anywhere in the world, a bespoke day of content and networking to help them understand how innovation and technology are shaping the future of the built world.
“2020 has been a difficult year for the real estate industry. RE:Connect is designed to help us come together to deal with the challenges presented by COVID-19 and structural issues like sustainability and climate change. We know our users dislike the way physical events have worked in the past and so we’ve set out to bring subject matter experts like Property Forum together with over 50 others from around the world, creating a decentralised, collaborative environment for problem-solving,” says Unissu Co-Founder, James Dearsley.
RE:Connect looks set to have the largest aggregate audience ever seen at a property industry event. The RE:Connect platform is also built for thought leaders. Anyone with a view on the future of real estate can create their own live-streamed or pre-recorded video content and access market-leading analytics to understand how it has been received. Over 350 sessions have already been booked.
Join us for free, on 7 January 2021, as a conference participant by signing up at RE:Connect. Or why not join us as a content creator? We currently have a few free slots available on the PropTech CEE channel and are looking for people with expertise in this area to collaborate with us. For further information contact Ákos Budai at firstname.lastname@example.org before 18 December.
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