Women in PropTech
The leading global organization for professionals with an interest in innovation and the future of real estate.
About Women in PropTech
Women in PropTech is built to inspire the success of next-generation female leaders interested in the future of the built environment. Headquartered in New York City, the group advocates increased adoption of technology in real estate through awareness, education and inspiration. It is dedicated to promoting thought leadership, tackling diversity issues, and connecting brilliant individuals working in the sector globally.
- Apr 21, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDTOnline EventJoin PropTech for Good and guests on the state of the PropTech & real estate industry inline with Sustainable Development Goals. Gain invaluable intel and identify new opportunity for expansion, investment and collaboration. This is an interactive session.
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Past Event Highlights
We are delighted to be collaborating with Women in Proptech. By working together, we can support our networks better, and highlight the importance of diversity within the emerging Proptech sector.
ANDREA CARPENTER, Director, Women Talk Real Estate
Supporting industry change is one of the most important things we, as individuals and businesses can do and Women in PropTech is attempting just that.
JAMES DEARSLEY, Co-Founder, Unissu
A great initiative, and not a moment too soon. Diversity is one of the keys to making the real estate industry more innovative and responsive to customer needs.
DROR POLEG, Rethinking Real Estate
How do we create a truly diverse sector that embraces technology and is attractive to the next generation? Role models, examples and networks are a key part of this and organisations, such as Women in PropTech play a key role in moving the sector forward.
DAN HUGHES, CEO Liquid Real Estate
Founder, Women in PropTech
& Real Estate of the Future
Head of Global Innovation & Technology, FPL Global
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