On Thursday 30th July UKPA & Tech.London put together a virtual Roundtable discussing the role of the PropTech industry in economic recovery post-COVID.
In the context of the coronavirus pandemic, interaction with space has fundamentally shifted and the real estate industry has had to adapt. Alongside Tech.London we facilitated a conversation between key leaders in the PropTech industry – from government, not-for-profit, startups and investment – to explore their role in economic recovery post-COVID.
While the impact of the pandemic on the industry has been widely felt and discussed, we aim to discuss what the future of PropTech looks like, how technology adoption has been accelerated, and how this could aid recovery across real estate – from the housing market to the workplace and commercial real estate.
Watch the video recording below!
Sammy Pahal – Managing Director, UK PropTech Association
Jess Williamson – PropTech Strategist, Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
Rishi Chowdhury – Co-Founder & CEO, Incube
Louisa Dickins – Co-Founder, LMRE
Conan Lauterpacht – Managing Partner, M7 Structura
Gonzalo Marquesini – Founder, RenKap
Tushar Agarwal – Co-Founder & CEO, Hubble
Stephen Croney – Customer Success Manager, Esri UK
Jason Howarth – CEO & Founder, Veya
Rupert Parker – CEO & Founder, Building Passport
Ed Cooke – Global Growth Director, Mallcom & Toolbox Marketing
Grace Manning – Marsh – Head of LandEnhance, LandTech
Guy Adderley – UK Country Manager, Forsite
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