Buy your tickets for TRData’s Big Data + Real Estate Forum

Hear top data execs, network and attend launch of The Real Deal's new research site and data division

New York /
Feb.February 20, 2017 10:20 AM

To get an edge on the fiercely competitive world of New York City real estate, insiders are turning more frequently to Big Data and technology.

In response to the expanding demand for actionable intelligence in one of real estate’s most dynamic fields, The Real Deal is hosting a Big Data + Real Estate Forum on March 9 in Midtown.

The Real Deal is bringing together some of New York City’s most knowledgeable Big Data and technology executives to discuss where they find cutting-edge information and how they process and deliver it to their employees, agents and clients.

The morning event, which will also formally launch The Real Deal‘s research site TRData, begins with a networking breakfast followed by the first panel, “Big Data 2020: Exploring the next wave of real estate technology and information.” That is followed by a short coffee break, then the second panel, “Uncovering and navigating today’s flood of real estate data.”

Confirmed speakers include Doug Curry, CEO of Xceligent; Michael Mandel, CEO of CompStak; Yale Fox, CEO of Rentlogic; Caren Maio, CEO of Nestio; Harley Courts, CEO of Nooklyn; Richard Sarkis, CEO of Reonomy; David Eisenberg, SVP of CBRE; Nick Romito, CEO of VTS; and Jonathan Greenspan, President of On-Line Residential. Stay tuned for updates on additional speakers.

The location of the event is Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel’s offices at 1177 Sixth Avenue. Click here to purchase your tickets and find out more about the event.


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