Love indeed… this past week I had the opportunity to go to Las Vegas and tour the Venetian/Palazzo resort where we will be hosting this year’s AnySizeDeals Week 2020 – The Festival of Real Estate Innovation from September 8 – 11, 2020.
This is by far one of my most important professional undertakings and as such, I want to make sure everything goes as planned. The week itself goes beyond the conferences and presentations, we are planning a series of receptions, networking opportunities and activities to ensure all the participants at AnySizeDeals Week have a once in a lifetime experience.
It’s safe to say that I am very excited about the programming for the week and the agenda is coming together beautifully. We are in full speaker recruitment mode as well as finalizing various sponsorship and partnerships opportunities with leading innovators.
SparkLabs Group announced today that it has launched SparkLabs Connex, the latest program in its network of startup accelerators and venture funds. Focused on real estate technology (proptech) and the Internet of Things, SparkLabs Connex will tap into startup ecosystems in Silicon Valley, Seoul, Shenzhen, Taipei and Singapore.
The program will support startups working with tech — like artificial intelligence, 5G, low-power wide area networks, eSIMS and security — essential to green building and smart city programs. Charles Reed Anderson, the founder of Singapore-based IoT, mobility and smart city advisory firm CRA & Associates, will lead SparkLabs Connex as its managing partner.
Jared Kushner has divested from Cadre, the real estate technology startup he co-founded, according to a person familiar with the matter, after the business attracted investment offers that could pose conflicts of interest for the White House aide.
Kushner, who is President Donald Trump’s son-in-law as well as one of his senior advisers, transferred his interest in Cadre to a trust that sold his shares back to the company. He recently listed his stake in federal disclosures as being worth between $25 million and $50 million, and the sale price was in that range, according to the person.
Badi, a European long-term room rental app that uses artificial intelligence to match roommates, launched officially in New York City on Wednesday, adding to the growing list of companies trying to disrupt the home-rental market.
Many apps such as Roomi, Spareroom, and Roomster have been trying to help people find housing in cities like New York, where co-living is becoming more common because of high rents and housing shortages. An influx of tourists and demand for short-term rentals from the likes of Airbnb have also squeezed prices and availability for residents, though officials in big cities have been seeking more regulation to address housing issues.
Delaware officials approved plans Monday to aid Amazon’s largest-ever “fulfillment center” on the site of a demolished General Motors plant west of Wilmington.
The state Council on Development Finance unanimously approved $4.5 million in taxpayer subsidies for the 5½-story warehouse over objections from a few state legislators, plus union workers and neighbors.
If you own or operate a real estate portfolio and are interested in staying abreast of the trends transforming the real estate industry, then AnySizeDeals Week – The Festival of Real Estate Innovation is your go to event.
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