Now open to all, including entrepreneurs and students
Submit your entries now for the 2019 PropertyGuru Tech Innovation Award, which will be exclusively presented at the PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit on 21-22 November at The Athenee Hotel, a Luxury Collection hotel, Bangkok in Thailand, which will be attended by more than 400 global experts and senior industry figures.
The second annual competition, dubbed “Asia’s coolest real estate innovation award”, is now open to all, including entrepreneurs and students.
PropertyGuru Tech Innovation Award is free to enter and will be judged an independent panel of judges led by PropertyGuru Group’s chief technology officer, Manav Kamboj. Get to know the judges here.
Entries are welcome until 31 October 2019 here: http://asiarealestatesummit.com/innovation/register (Deadline has been extended to Sunday, 3 November 2019)
Winner/s in the commercial and student categories will get the chance to get in front of the most influential people from across Asia. Winner/s will also get a certificate, profile in the press release, on-site interview on camera, access to exclusive event photos, interview feature in PropertyGuru Property Report magazine, digital banners, and mention in the PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit white paper (to be released in association with Unissu, the Official Data Partner) – a PR value worth more than USD10,000.
For the first time ever, PropertyGuru, Southeast Asia’s leading proptech company, will be presenting the Proptech Visionary of the Year award to Yossi Wolf, the creator, founder and chief executive officer of tēmi, the personal robot AI assistant. Wolf’s tēmi will receive the special award at the event.
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