Next Wednesday (18th October) Altitude 360 in the Milbank Tower, London, will be hosting the latest PropTech, attracting figures from all corners of the UK property landscape.
The event will attract over 200 people including industry peers, investors, media, tech developers, property managers, lettings / estate agents, large corporations and active players in London’s Property & Tech scene.
Over 20 speakers will take to the stage over the course of the conference including the founders of Property Tribe, Yolande Barns the Director of World Research at Savills, Brandon Lewis, Minister of State for Housing and Planning, Michael Bruce, CEO of Purple Bricks and of course Emoov’s own, Russell Quirk.
Prop Tech is working towards becoming the biggest technology focussed property community in the UK. The series of events brings together both the ageing traditional sector and those at the forefront of the online property revolution, such as Emoov, so a lively debate is a certainty.
Disruptive tech is a big theme at the PropTech conferences, so who better to take the stage than the CEO of leading online estate agent and industry disruptor, Russell Quirk.
We aren’t letting too much out of the bag so you’ll have to come along on the night, but with Emoov recently raising over £2m in funding, our main competitor in Purple Bricks on the stage and a room full of high street agents dead set against a customer first, digital future for estate agency, it isn’t one to be missed!
Founder and CEO of Emoov.co.uk, Russell Quirk, commented:
“I’m really looking forward to taking the stage at next week’s PropTech event. Those who have seen me speak will know my big passions in life are property, disruption, tech and politics. So the line-up alone in Brandon Lewis MP and Michael Bruce from PurpleBricks is going to be exciting stuff.
There’s a lot to learn from all involved. Purple Bricks are a great example of how to grow a business quickly with a hefty budget and emphasis on automation and technology. Emoov on the other hand are doing things a bit differently. We realise that a human element is vital in property and when you pair this hand in hand with a great tech platform the rest looks after itself.
So there will be a lot to learn from everyone taking the stage and I’m looking forward to learning some more myself.”