We partnered with the British Property Federation (BPF) to launch a digital programme, bringing together our respective members from over 1,350 companies. The series of virtual online events for members, enabled PropTech and property leaders and representatives to share insights on how their businesses are adapting to the change, the impact on the property industry during and post COVID-19 and the role of PropTech as it becomes more relevant and critical than ever before. Scroll below to watch following webinar recordings:
• We’ll Meet Again: What customers, owners and managers need in returning to the office
• PropTech and COVID-19: Surviving or Thriving?
• Old Wine in New bottles: Continuity & change in real estate industry pain points post-COVID-19
• Going Local? What’s next for the places we live
We’ll Meet Again: What customers, owners and managers need in returning to the office
Hear from Weronika Holt of CBRE, Tom Proctor of The Network Control Group, Nathan Toms of Spaceflow and Paul Walsh of CIM as they consider the implications of a return to the office, covering how customers’ use of offices are expected to change, how owners and managers should respond, and how they should articulate their own needs. Further, hear from experts how the pandemic might affect office requirements into the future.
PropTech and COVID-19: Surviving or Thriving?
Tough times may be ahead, but has the real estate sector discovered new ways of working and tech-enablement that will mean closer relationships with PropTech firms in the future? Hear from Emily Wright of EG, Alex Edds of JLL, Bronny Wilson of Equiem, Florin Iarca of Datscha and Tanya Samuels of Prompto, as to their experiences and learnings during the lockdown, how real estate companies have gone about their business, and what opportunities and challenges remain for the PropTech sector.
Old Wine in New bottles: Continuity & change in real estate industry pain points post-COVID-19
COVID-19 has enforced changes upon the daily lives of people, businesses and communities in a very short space of time. How are real estate firms tackling the changes to their operations, future pipelines and processes? To what extent are a lot of the trends that were apparent in real estate, such as disintermediation, flexibility, customer service a continuing focus? What new problems have emerged where technology could help? Hear from Michael Crawford of Colliers, Neal Gemassmer of Yardi, Leanne Tritton of ING Media, Guy Adderely of Forsite and Gilbert Lennox-King of HB Reavis to find out!
Going Local? What’s next for the places we live
Hear from Linda Chandler of IDC, Nicky Wightman of Savills, Josh Artus of Centric Lab and Emma Frost of London Legacy Development Corporationas they discuss how might changes around transport, shopping, services and amenity affect how we live, and what will that mean for the design, operation and management at a community level. What role might we expect parties in the built environment, including real estate owners and tech firms, to have?
BPF is a membership organisation for, and the voice of, the UK real estate industry. They represent and promote the interests of all those with a stake in real estate in the UK – owners, developers, funders (equity and debt), agents and advisers. BPF also works with the Government and regulatory bodies to help the industry grow and thrive. For more information on the British Property Federation, visit their website here.
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