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9/13/17
I recently caught up with Poonam at our SF event this Spring and was so pleased to see how StealthForce continues to grow and evolve. StealthForce is the gig economy of real estate. They deploy an army of industry veterans, from junior through C-level, both moonlighting and employed, for project-based consulting on demand, and the company earns a portion of each engagement.

Stealthforce

12/20/17
Join Michael Beckerman as he #TALKSHOP with the industry's innovators on Twitter Live Stream. To access upcoming #TALKSHOP sessions, go to twitter.com/officialcretech on the date/time listed below.

8/10/18
By Poonam Mathis, Founder at StealthForce Anyone who was at the Fall 2016 CREtech Intersect in San Francisco and remains in the space today can tell you how rapidly we've moved from a small, pioneering community (bemoaning the widespread resistance to adoption of the amazing tools we'd created) into something much more like Burning Man (new folks appearing every day, looking less original each time). Such is the nature of a party at a tipping point.  The attention of the CRE industry was what we wanted, and with that attention came competition. But after the tipping point, things move quicker, which is why most CEOs I know are taking a step back to reevaluate, reinforce, and strategize. VTS and Hightower joined forces. Spotahome, Reonomy and others inked eight-figure funding rounds with specific gameplans in this quarter alone. And the first pre-2016 vintage startups are now shuttering or consolidating in waves. The next step on the minds of those who are making it through is not just with whom to consolidate; that's just an increase in headcount. Smart minds are focused on how to own their space. In their HBR piece The Consolidation Curve, Deans, Kroeger and Zeisel outline the four…
New York, NY (April 6, 2018) -- CREtech (CREtech.com), the leading event, content and connectivity platform for the commercial real estate tech sector, announced today the launch of an ongoing guest blogging feature on the recently expanded site. Over twenty of the leading thought-leaders in commercial real estate technology will be blogging on CREtech.com sharing their views, insights and best practices with the largest audience in commercial real estate technology. Some of the topics covered weekly will include: Current macro trends in commercial real estate technology Data insights from landlords and brokers Blockchain and cryptocurrency Best tech marketing practices Perspective of CRE tech-focused brokers and landlords Investment strategies and trends CoWorking trends Platforms and marketplaces And all things tech   "Our goal remains to create the one platform where there the commercial real estate industry comes to discover all things tech," stated Michael BEckerman, CEO, CREtech. "With our expanded event series, comprehensive directory, hand curated daily newsletter and now our blogging feature, the CREtech.com website has more content and information than any other site in the industry," Beckerman added. Through this additional content, users of the site will gain insight from the powerful leaders in the sector. Some of the…
Thought Leaders to Speak at CREtech {HER}oic on March 8 New York, NY (February 21, 2018) -- CREtech (cretech.com), the leading event, content and connectivity platform for the commercial real estate industry, announces the addition of a new event to their platform. In recognition of International Women's Day, {HER}oic by CREtech is an event to celebrate and recognize the women in the commercial real estate industry. Hosted at WeWork Bryant Park, this event is expected to bring together both men and women in commercial real estate. The event will feature a special keynote from Sarah Spain, Columnist Reporter and Radio Host at ESPN. Spain will share her experiences as a woman in a predominantly male industry, discussing the unfortunate truths that must be acknowledged by industry novices and the necessary pivot required once one has achieved a particular voice and agency.   In addition to this dynamic keynote, the event will feature a panel of top female industry influencers highlighting how they have been able to tackle the invisible barriers of gender exclusion that is still prominent in today's work environments putting women in a challenging position. Led by moderator, Lindsay Fierro, Senior Vice President at NAI Global, panelists include…
For project-based real estate consulting assignments, StealthForce is the only global on-demand talent platform available. With a network of top industry professionals that offer outstanding experience, employers can scale talent on a project-by-project basis as opposed to paying inflated payrolls throughout the year.
From time to time we at The News Funnel come across truly unique players in real estate tech – innovative entrepreneurs addressing industry challenges with tools or approaches unlike anything else we’ve seen. One such example is a Founder we recently met, with a surprisingly simple solution to a universal problem. Her name is Poonam Mathis, and in the language of their website, the StealthForce team is “disrupting the human capital component of the real estate investment equation – one project at a time.” She’s addressing a need that we think more than a few of our readers can relate…
Scale resources according to your dealflow – rather than the other way around. StealthForce.com has built an army of real estate investment professionals from analyst level through C-suite, and designed a platform which makes them available for project-based consulting, on-demand. Investors, developers, auditors, family offices and even CREtech startups leverage their network to hire conflict-free, experienced industry veterans for everything from building an excel model to building SOPs for asset management.
By Poonam Mathis, Founder at StealthForce Anyone who was at the Fall 2016 CREtech Intersect in San Francisco and remains in the space today can tell you how rapidly we’ve moved from a small, pioneering community (bemoaning the widespread resistance to adoption of the amazing tools we’d created) into something much more like Burning Man (new folks appearing every day, looking less original each time). Such is the nature of a party at a tipping point.  The attention of the CRE industry was what we wanted, and with that attention came competition. But after the tipping point, things move quicker,…
By: Poonam Mathis, Founder of StealthForce  It’s important to be a geek about your business, and as an entrepreneur I take that responsibility seriously, which is how I know that in 1937, while Amelia Earhart was disappearing over the ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge was having its grand opening, a guy named Ronald Coase published “The Nature of The Firm”. Coase made the case that the only reason why firms need to exist is if there are economic benefits (lower organization costs, increased precision, lower supply costs) at scale. It was never about internal-knowledge-sharing or a company’s special sauce. …

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