Watch today’s Big Data + Real Estate event on Facebook Live

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Mar.March 09, 2017 08:00 AM
 

The Real Deal is celebrating the official launch of our new real estate and research division, TRData, with a Big Data + Real Estate Forum this morning.

We’re bringing together some of New York City’s most knowledgeable Big Data and technology executives for two panel discussions:

8:30 a.m. | Big Data 2020: Exploring the next wave of real estate technology and information, Moderated by Hiten Samtani, Managing Web Editor of The Real Deal with David Eisenberg, SVP of CBRE; Yale Fox, CEO of Rentlogic; Caren Maio, CEO of Nestio; Michael Mandel, CEO of CompStak; Richard Sarkis, CEO of Reonomy.

9:30 a.m. |  Uncovering and navigating today’s flood of real estate data, Moderated by Katherine Clarke, Senior National Reporter of The Real Deal with Harley Courts, CEO of Nooklyn; Doug Curry, CEO of Xceligent; Jonathan Greenspan, President of On-Line Residential; Richard Persichetti, Regional Director, Cushman & Wakefield; and Nick Romito, CEO of VTS.

You can watch these two sessions by tuning into The Real Deal‘s Facebook page. We’ll also be sharing photos and sound bites from the event, so be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram.


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