It was great to see Coyote’s Oli Farago emphasise the need for true dialogue between the property and technology communities.
A growing number of venture capital investors are willing to back proptech start-ups and some have set up sector-specific funds.
Coyote chief executive Oli Farago tells Emanuela Barbiroglio how he turned M7’s in-house software into a growing business.
The future of cities is something that has fascinated me throughout my career. Working on major projects with long timeframes, I’ve had to stay grounded in current commercial conditions, while simultaneously focused on the vision of the future being created, the legacy I’m a part of.
Lyvly is a shared living management specialist that works with build-to-rent developers to bring community into their buildings and beyond. It gathered a panel of experts to discuss what makes a successful community and how the industry can deliver it.
With technology’s potential to revolutionise every aspect of the built environment now centre stage, I was delighted to be asked to sit on the judging panel for this year’s RESI hackathon.
Technology is undoubtedly improving the efficiency of our homes – from smart meters and smart lighting to the connected fridge. But what does this mean for property developers?
Earlier this year, Property Week, in association with Freeths, surveyed members of the property industry to find out what impact technology is having and will continue to have on their business over the next few years.