- Where were we 10 years ago?
- Australia’s PropTech state of play- what has changed in the last 12 months
- How Asia is influencing Australia’s PropTech development
- Which countries we should be looking at
Charter Hall has been on a successful innovation path, fostering a culture of agile thinking, entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship. Join this session to get insights on what has been done and what is yet to come.
Chief Information and Technology Officer
- Understanding the state of the current housing market in Australian
- The impact of middle class and millennial generation expectations
- Technological sophistication of these consumers
CBRE has developed over 35 global digital real estate applications, including software for managing key performance indicators across assets and portfolios. Whilst these applications provide significant value for CBRE’s clients and professionals, the real estate industry is experiencing a surge in emerging property technology, requiring real estate businesses to innovate or face disruption from competitors and new businesses. Join this session to discover how CBRE is developing internal strategies to ensure its position as the world’s No.1 Real Estate and Investment firm through market leading next generation technology.
Global Director, APAC Head of Digital Innovation
- Emerging new technologies that are being utilized by proptech companies within their facilities
- Existing technologies that are being repurposed for proptech
- The API economy and how it's transforming the way that real estate companies operate
CEO & Founder
- Improving tenant experience
- How smart parking can improve the control of your asset
- Optimising pricing, yield management and flexibility
Founder & CEO
- How PropTech and digital transformation can dramatically build your company’s competitive edge
- What are the latest global trends in PropTech and are they relevant to your market
- How to maximise new business opportunities
- Building a new business case that support exploration and discovery
- Key mistakes large companies make when investing in PropTech and how to avoid them
Head of Digital and Customer Platforms
- Disrupting everyday business practices with digitalisation
- Not just commissions: How technology is enabling new business models in residential real estate
- The new franchise business model
Head of Policy
- How occupiers’ expectations are changing
- What landlords and property managers need to do in response
- How can technology help understand new demands
Chief Property Officer
- How traditional real estate companies are evolving
- Moving towards Real Estate-as-a-Service and Innovation
- Revolutionising technology platforms
Chief Operating Officer
Stockdale & Leggo Corporate
- Adopting an “outside-in” approach to accelerate the trailing of emerging technologies
- Bringing in additional capabilities and tangible assets
- Think big, start small and scale fast
- Identifying and implementing sustainable solutions
PropTech Advisor, Stockland Accelerator/ SPV & Head of partnerships
- How does our thinking today constrain our progress?
- What lessons might we learn from other unexpected sectors?
- What will new mental models allow us to achieve?
Founder, StartBUILD & Program Manager
RealTechX Growth Program at Taronga Ventures
It is now conventional wisdom that virtually no company should innovate on its own. The good news is that potential partners and ways to collaborate with them have both expanded enormously in number. The bad news is that greater choice has made the perennial management challenge of selecting the best options much more difficult.
- Should you open up and share your intellectual property with the community?
- Nurturing collaborative relationships with a few carefully selected partners or harnessing the “wisdom of crowds”?
- How can start-ups work together to co-create solutions?
- After the honeymoon: how to make the marriage last?
Chief Technology Officer
PEXA (Property Exchange Australia)