Proptech is key to ESG progress
Earlier this month, Freeths and Property Week brought together a panel of experts from across the industry to discuss how proptech applications can provide property companies with solutions to address the challenges, and grasp the opportunities, presented by the rising tide of environmental, social and governance issues.
Ascendix’s Wes Snow on which proptech trends will bring returns in 2023
While 2023 does not look like a perfect time to invest in real estate, the volatile macro-economic environment could hold attractive opportunities for proptech investors – if they look in the right direction.
Property Raptor’s Justin Lau on the property tech sector setting records in venture funding
According to Future Market Insights, the proptech industry is expected to grow in value from $18.2 bn (£15.24bn) in 2022 to $86.5bn (£71.01bn) in 2032, while FinLedger reported that the first half of 2022 saw a record $13.1bn (£10.75bn) invested in real estate tech and proptech companies. If it continues ...
Proptech could be the Conservatives’ saving grace
On day one of the Conservative Party Conference, the levelling-up secretary Simon Clarke said that levelling up was still “fundamental” to Liz Truss’s government – while his department, and indeed the UK, are preparing for a period of significant economic uncertainty.
Expect ups and downs as tech matures
Property Week’s latest Power of Proptech survey, supported by Freeths, reveals changing attitudes as technologies adopted during the pandemic become embedded in the sector.
How proptech can bolster your property’s ESG credentials
As the need to demonstrate ESG principles rapidly grows in the property sector, so too does the role of digital technology.
Proptech can help drive the ESG agenda
I read with interest your article entitled ‘ESG is critical for business’. I was surprised to see no reference to the vital role that technology and data can play in helping the property industry meet its ESG objectives.
Proptech can lead the diversity drive
I wholeheartedly agree with your article ‘Property needs female talent’, with the caveat that in the ‘newer’ areas of real estate, such as proptech, there is the potential for change from the beginning.