The president of Related Hudson Yards on New York’s newest neighbourhood
Does the mix of sartorial styles in New York mean property and tech are finally getting serious?
Five experts speak their mind on current affairs in the proptech realm
Tech:NYC’s Julie Samuels on why the next swath of tech giants will have a rough time
Brookfield’s Ric Clark on the slow road to tech adoption
EG talks to SquareFoot founder Jonathan Wasserstrum at MIPIM Proptech in New York.
LISTEN: It is time for District Technologies to secure a presence in the US, says Vanessa Butz
Listen: The industry is adopting and accepting technology, says CBRE’s Nick Wright
Charlie Pool’s Stowga platform is set for a worldwide expansion that will take it to the next level
The digital rating scheme has raised a fund to address growing global demand from occupiers
LISTEN: VTS’s Brandon Weber and Nick Romito talk hand-holding, parachuting and future plans
LISTEN: Stowga chief executive Charlie Pool discusses the firm’s expansion
Developers and landowners are being accused of scuppering widespread connectivity. But given lines of communication around who is responsible for keeping the UK connected, is this fair?
LISTEN: On this week’s episode of Tech Talk Radio, host Emily Wright is joined by EG Editor Damian Wild as the battle of the alpha continues.
Over the next 13 weeks the 10 selected start-ups will work in Toronto to refine their business plans, accelerate their fundraising strategies and develop presentations
The British Council of Offices’ new president, Katrina Kostic Samen, sets out her agenda to embrace diversity, inclusivity and modernity, as well as a focus on occupiers
After a drawn-out, painful recession, real estate in the Netherands this year became one of Europe’s most popular investment markets. Where does it go from here?
Tech Talk Radio: Emily Wright is joined by guest co-host Karl Tomusk to chat to Will Andrich, chief executive of real estate blockchain firm Thaler, about cryptocurrencies and more
Three new tech start-ups backed by government could help renters with no credit rating improve their chances of getting a mortgage
The 23-year old running global tech strategy at TH Real Estate. Two years ago, Jack Sibley was fresh out of university find out how he went from intern to tech lead and why his story should be an inspirational sign of things to come.
On this week’s Tech Talk Radio, Belinda Fawcett, director of property and estates at CTIL, discusses issues regarding connectivity in the UK
The key to successful digital connectivity is to look further than the tech in isolation and to embrace “connectivity full stop”. And to face up to where the real estate sector’s shortfalls lie.
The first EG Tech Awards had it all: an appropriately midsummer-themed marquee drinks reception, a packed-out room for the ceremony, and the second half of the World Cup semi-final on the big screens to accompany the post awards networking.
The shining lights of proptech named at EG’s inaugural Tech Awards
WiredScore has launched in Chicago, Marseille, and Cologne as the digital connectivity rating continues to expand across the globe.
In cities around the world streetlights are monitoring traffic flow to alleviate congestion, sensors are guiding drivers to empty parking spaces and London towers are being used as drone ports. But how smart are they as standalone innovations?
Energy and sustainability service provider Longevity Partners is extending its reach into France and has opened a Paris office this month.
The EG Tech Awards celebrate the transformative power of tech. Each category celebrates innovation and delivery among tech businesses and real estate players. But who will walk away victorious on the night?
LREF: As the tech markets in London and New York mature, the role of the “start-up cluster” may be less important as the sector starts to disperse more widely throughout the two cities
JLL Spark, the venture capital and innovation arm of JLL, has announced the creation of a $100m (£75m) fund to invest in proptech start-ups
Two weeks ago, the organisers of this year’s British Council for Offices (BCO) conference in Berlin pulled off something quite extraordinary.
Follow the money – invest in Germany
Brexit or not, Berlin will never rival London as Europe’s leading tech hub says CBRE’s EMEA head of digital innovation Thomas Herr.
The BBC’s chief international correspondent today asked the BCO conference in Berlin whether London “still has a place in the boxing ring” following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.
Michael Kaufman, author and the co-founder of White Ribbon, urged men in the audience “not to be scared of powerful women”.
Some 21% of delegates at this year’s BCO Conference in Berlin are female, up from an average of 4% in recent years
To South African real estate investors, the UK offers stability and resilience, which is why they are buying up offices in the capital – even in the face of Brexit and new leadership in their home country.
Q&A with Chris Marriott, chief executive, Savills South East Asia
Q&A with Pierre Reuter, partner, Hogan Lovells, Luxembourg
Increased data and analytics availability is the tech provision set to have the greatest impact on real estate, a RICS survey of 1,650 global property professionals has found.
A mindset change and embracing new technology as a “custom design” are the keys to successful innovation, the co-founder of Tesla Motors told delegates at the RICS World Built Environment Forum in London
TH Real Estate has invested €1bn (£871m) in Amsterdam-based EDGE Technologies
Data has the power to eliminate the alpha. So why are we still more likely to listen to Adam than Eve?
CBRE has made a strategic investment in San Francisco-based energy services firm Redaptive
What happens when the male dominated worlds of property and technology collide?
MIPIM 2018: Freedom to fail should lie at the heart of any property company’s long-term digital strategy, delegates at EG’s Tech Talk Live session heard at MIPIM last week. But how can such a traditional sector get more comfortable with the unpredictable nature of innovation?
From Costa Coffee to the sisters selling diamanté-encrusted hair accessories to the Californian beauty pageant market, businesses are rushing to take space in a swathe of shipping containers popping up in and around Essex
Could urban big data level the playing field among global cities? CBRE and the MIT Centre for Real Estate’s Urban Economics Lab have looked at adoption of smart technology around the world
Everything you have heard about digital transformation is true. “It is absolutely as difficult to make happen as everyone says it is,” says Darryll Colthrust, the man who has been brought on board to do just that at real estate investor Palmer Capital.
They say that seeing is believing. But when it comes to technology, that is no mean feat. Software systems, data platforms, algorithms and search tools are, by their very nature, intangible.