18 January 2018

Breakfast Briefing: Technology in the property market

Our first educational and networking opportunity after the New Year. Hear from industry experts on how we can make better use of technology in the property market.



Date: 18 January 2018


Venue: DLA Piper, London, EC2V 7EE


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Join our Property Breakfast on Technology in the property market

Discussion points:

– What is Proptech?
– How tech savvy are CRE investors at this point and how can property investors use it? What apps, programs are useful?
– What does Big Data mean for the real estate sector?
– Where is the border between Proptech and FinTech?
– “Disruption” has come later to property sector than eg transport or music… Why is that?
– How can Proptech make the RE sector more efficient? (Pop-Ups, temporary spaces etc?)
– How are property owners innovating buildings?
– What’s the next big thing in Proptech?
– How can technology ensure transactions are as secure online as offline?

 

Speaker panel:

Richard Gwilliam, head of property research, M&G Real Estate

Richard is responsible for the overall direction of property research within M&G Real Estate, including the analysis of the UK and global property markets, the formation of in-house views, the determination of strategy for the funds and bespoke in-depth research projects. Richard has 14 years of analysis and research experience within real estate investment; prior to joining M&G Real Estate in 2006, he spent three years at IPD. Richard has a BSc (Hons) in Economics from the University of Nottingham and holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC). He is a member of the committee, and honorary treasurer, of the Society of Property Researchers (SPR).

Nicky Wightman, worldwide occupier services director, Savills

Nicky Wightman is Director in the Worldwide Occupier Services team at Savills. She specialises in working with international technology companies.

Oli Farago, CEO, Coyote

Oli Farago is CEO and Co-Founder of Coyote. In 2009 he co-founded M7 Real Estate, where he helped guide M7’s growth to over €4.1bn assets under management. Oli co-founded Coyote to launch Coyote Software to the wider property market in 2017. He overseeing a team of 20 and is responsible for the strategic growth and direction of the company, which is set to revolutionise the way Investment Managers, Owners and Managing Agents are able to monitor and analyse the market. He’s now been at the forefront of Real Estate technology for over 12 years.

Rosanna Woods, country head, UK-Drooms

Having completed a BA in International Business from a leading UK university and begun her professional career at Fraport AG in the areas of Real Estate Management and Development, Rosanna Woods has since contributed to the significant growth of the data room business in the UK.

Agenda:

08:00    Networking & Snacks
08:30    Panel discussion
10:00    Close

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