London (14 January 2020) - FUTURE PropTech, part of the World’s number one real estate technology event series, has just launched the 2020 agenda. The event will gather 2,500 institutional investors, real estate private equity, fund managers, property developers, construction firms, facilities & property managers, surveyors, brokers and VC’s at Magazine London on 13 and 14 May. 

 

The agenda will be delivered by over 100 speakers across 2 stages, all under the over-aching theme of Re-Imagining Real Estate. A mixture of formats will provide deeper insights and encourage an exchange of ideas from original case-studies, debates, live-demos to intimate “fire-side chats.” Just some of the future-focused topics under the spotlight are:



  • Sustainability & energy efficiency
  • The value of data in real estate
  • Open collaboration of PropTech solutions
  • Construction Technology
  • Residential property
  • Smart cities & urban mobility
  • Digital asset management
  • Modern Workplaces & Tenant Experience
  • Affordable housing
  • Optimising real estate investments

 

With this agenda we really want to focus on the big topics that are transforming the entire real estate industry, and how to drive change forward” stated Gary Chimwa, Founder & MD of FUTURE PropTech. “Expanding to 2 days and moving to a brand new venue has enabled us to really redesign the event experience with innovative new formats and original content.”

 

To download the draft agenda, click here. More details will be announced over the coming weeks. 

 

About FUTURE PropTech

 

FUTURE PropTech is the leading & most well attended global event series dedicated to real estate technology. Doubling in size every year since our launch, we have moved the conversation forward and shaped the future of the growing proptech industry. Join over 2,500 institutional investors, real estate private equity, fund managers, property developers, construction firms, facilities & property managers, surveyors, brokers and VC’s at the 6th annual event in London on 13 and 14 May.