Built World Technology Alliance is pleased to welcome Brendan Wallace, Co-Founder of California-based PropTech investor Fifth Wall, as a keynote speaker at India’s first major PropTech event.
“We are delighted that Brendan Wallace will be joining us at BWT India,” said Built World Technology Alliance Co-Founder, Robert Marten. “Fifth Wall is a leading global voice on built world technology, driving collaboration between large real estate incumbents and innovative tech disruptors.”
“In the US, we have entered a Golden Age of Real Estate and Built World technology,” said Brendan Wallace. “Now, that Golden Age is on the horizon for India. I’m looking forward to sharing my experiences in such an exciting market as Fifth Wall expands to a global footprint.”
In India, the shift towards a digital and tech-enabled future is long-overdue in real estate. First, the real estate community is working out how, and with whom, to invest in new technology to improve not only their own operations, but the quality and performance of the built world in which we live and work.
At the ‘BWT India’ event in Mumbai, Brendan will discuss how real estate corporates can partner with early stage technology companies to drive innovation.
“Brendan Wallace is a great choice of keynote speaker for BWT India,” said real estate industry veteran Anuj Puri, whose new PropTech VC Bluesky Ventures is Event Partner for BWT India. “His experience in the US will be a valuable contribution to the digital transformation of the real estate industry in India.”
BWT India is the inaugural PropTech event in India and will be hosted in partnership with Blue Sky Ventures on 20-21 February 2019 at CoWrks Worli in Mumbai.
About Built World Technology Alliance
Built World Technology Alliance is a collective who share in a mission to accelerate the digital transformation of India’s real estate sector. The Alliance was founded by 14&B Ltd, a live events and digital community provider.
About Fifth Wall
Fifth Wall works collaboratively with real estate owners, operators & developers to help them identify and integrate technologies that can be strategic to their businesses. Fifth Wall’s $212M first fund was largely US-focused but the firm has now begun to work with a number of international real estate owners in Europe and Asia.
To learn more visit https://fifthwall.vc