Roy Abrams Offers Insight During Panel Discussion on Emerging Tech and Trends in Commercial Real Estate

Press Release updated: Oct 27, 2017 17:36 EDT

RealConnex is pleased to announce that CEO Roy Abrams presented on the Avenue of the Americas Association Emerging Tech and Trends in the Commercial Real Estate Ecosystem Panel. Hosted at Indeed Offices in New York City, the event covered topics that tied into the larger conversations held during NYC’s Real Estate Tech week. Fellow panelists included Captivate SVP of Real Estate Sales Jeannine Antus, Breather VP of Real Estate Maggie Burns, VR Global Co-Founder & CEO Alexander Gredysa and Xceligent Regional VP of Sales, National Accounts Tobias Morrison.

Keeping Real Estate Ahead of the Curve 

As data becomes increasingly valuable in yielding actionable insights for businesses, the real estate industry is colliding with technology to create the ultimate real-estate, tenant and building ownership experience. Comprehensive information is becoming readily available for improved mapping, virtual reality, foot traffic tracking and energy-efficiency output. Panelists discussed the value of data and information science to provide answers and create connections.

Presenting with like-minded panelists who are excited about the future of tech is incredibly rewarding, but also educational. I think the industry is growing by learning and becoming increasingly receptive to prop and real tech as an enablement rather than a threat. Events like this further that message and I’m proud to have been a part of this excellent panel.

Roy Abrams, CEO of RealConnex

With experience as a real estate developer, Abrams elaborated on the inspiration for RealConnex— having resources and giving real estate professionals everywhere a platform to access connections to capital, investments, services and professionals in the field. Having raised 1 billion in developed asset value and overseeing three global tech companies, Abram’s drove home the importance of communication technology in professional growth, highlighting the practical insights into market trends RealConnex provides its users, and the impact real tech will have in the foreseeable future.

Learning to “present with like-minded panelists who are excited about the future of tech is incredibly rewarding, but also educational,” Abrams said. “I think the industry is growing by learning and becoming increasingly receptive to prop and real tech as an enablement rather than a threat. Events like this further that message and I’m proud to have been a part of this excellent panel.”

About RealConnex

RealConnex is the world’s first Accelerator connecting real estate professionals to capital, investments, services and each other. It provides all the tools a professional needs to network, build profile, credibility & influence; tools to buy, sell & lease, prospect and connect to opportunities. Its professional real estate in a fraction of the time and at a fraction of the cost. Sometimes referred to as LinkedIn meets match for professional real estate, the company was founded in 2013 by Roy Abrams, a 25-year veteran of the real estate and technology industries. To sign up and participate in the real estate industry’s most comprehensive networking and business development platform, click here: http://bit.ly/2lljnHY.

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Source: RealConnex

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