TBA, Sydney, Australia & Virtual

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Event Date Wed Nov 9 AEDT - Thu Nov 10 AEDT (in 5 months)
In your timezone (EDT): Tue Nov 8 8:00am - Wed Nov 9 8:00am
Location TBA
Sydney, Australia & Virtual
Region APAC

As Australasia’s real estate sector grows in size and sophistication, asset owners, property developers, investors and service providers in the region are increasingly looking for ways to improve their operations, reduce risk and gain an advantage over their competitors by adopting new technologies. This move towards tech adoption in real estate is called PropTech, and it’s a movement that has been gathering speed across all asset classes, as well as up and down the value chain.

This event we’ll bring together the gamechangers of the real estate industry for exclusive insights, business and networking opportunities, and to showcase the most innovative PropTech solutions to unprecedented challenges. Join us and help shape the future!

Themes Being Discussed:
1. Proptech Landscape
The current Proptech landscape, the future of investment and consolidation in the industry, and the impact being realized across the built world.

2. Embracing Innovation
How are leading-edge real estate companies adopting technology – from strategy to implementation – and creating a culture that embraces innovation.

3. ESG & Sustainability
The technologies, innovative financing models, and new strategies for de–carbonising and future-proofing real estate assets.

4. Office
The purpose of the office has changed. There is now a greater need for flexible space and hybrid formats where employees can collaborate in-person and remotely. So where does that leave office landlords and how will tech impact offices in the years ahead?

5. Agencies/brokers
As PropTech continues to infiltrate the real estate industry, the conventional agency community will need to embrace innovation if it wants to remain in business and competitive – what kinds of innovations are really making a difference?

6. Tenants/occupiers
As the actual users of real estate, CRE tenants need tech and real estate services that they rely on owner/operators to provide. How can owners work more collaboratively with tenants to meet their needs and reduce friction?

7. Housing Affordability
How is tech being used to bring residential housing into closer reach for a variety of market participants?

8. Data & Analytics
How are real estate companies actively using data to gain actionable insights that create efficiencies and reduce risk in their buildings.

9. Tech Adoption
What factors create “must have” tech and how do you convince owners to invest for the sake of innovation and long-term returns?

10. Future Of Workplace
What do landlords need to think about as they build their strategy for the future, and why technology adoption is critical for landlords to become more future-forward and innovative.

11. Smart & Healthy Assets
Understand how the concept of wellness is being successfully (and profitably) being applied by building owners and managers, and what technologies are being used to create healthier buildings.

12. Construction
How are new and innovative techniques and materials such as intelligent concrete, green steel, and mass timber reinventing building construction?


2022 Speakers


Stephen Ellis
Former CEO, CBRE & Former Chairman, RICS

Kylie Davis
Founder & President, Proptech Association Australia

Aaron Mcgee
Former COO, Knight Frank

Scott Stumbles
Development Director, New Business, Build to Rent, Mirvac

Sponsors & Partners

2022 Partners

• Knight Frank
• PwC
• Metaprop
• The PropTech Connection
• Prologis Ventures
• WeWork
• A/O Proptech
• Sine
• Sustainable Digitalisation Project
• Matterport
• Reach
• Essensys