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The Denver Disruption:
Future of CRE Tech

How Will Technology, Innovation and the Sharing Economy Influence Real Estate Trends?

Event Ended On: Wednesday November 14 2018

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Speakers

The Future of Live-Work-Play

The Impact of the Sharing Economy, Instant Connectivity and Tech Trends on Real Estate

Ashley Stiles

Ashley Stiles

Founder & CEO, Tribe Development
Josh Marinos

Josh Marinos

Managing Director & COO, FORMATIV

Adam Berger

Founder, Adam Berger Development
Sarah-Joan Rotholz
Moderator

Sarah-Joan Rotholz

sarah.rotholz@bisnow.com, Bisnow

Judges

Denver's Top Commercial Real Estate Executives Decide:
What's Hot, What's Not and What Will Be the Next CRE Success

Peter Karpinski

Peter Karpinski

Co-Founder, Sage Restaurant Group
Heather Paduck

Heather Paduck

CFO, Northwood Investors
Jarrett Wendt

Jarrett Wendt

EVP, Panasonic
Daniel Aizenman

Daniel Aizenman

Senior Principal, Buildings, Stantec

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Registration, Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:10 AM
The Future of Live - Work - Play
The Impact of the Sharing Economy, Instant Connectivity and Tech Trends on Real Estate
9:10 AM
9:15 AM
5min Break & Stretch
9:15 AM
10:00 AM
The Denver CRE Disruption Tank!
10:00 AM
10:05 AM
Peña Station NEXT Update
10:05 AM
10:30 AM
Post-Event Networking & Schmooze

Venue/Parking

Hilton Denver City Center
1701 California Street
Denver, CO 80202

Ballroom: Denver Ballroom

Parking Information: Self $10.00 & Valet $19.00

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Event Summary

Technology continues to disrupt our day-to-day lives, and the commercial real estate sector is not excluded. As the sharing economy grows

via ride sharing, coworking spaces and Airbnb, the lines continue to blur along live-work-play asset classes. How can Denver's commercial real estate market stay ahead of the curve? Join us this November as we delve into the future of CRE tech in a

not-your-typical style event. We'll begin with our

Future of Live-Work-Play panel discussion, followed by our Bisnow Style

Denver

CRE

Disruption

Tank. Judges will assess pitches from tech CRE start-ups, supplying their comments, critiques and questions on why their product will (or won't) be the next CRE disrupter. For that reason, we've gathered Denver's top players and personalities in CRE's start up investment & venture capital to be our judges. How do the pitches work? Founders, CMOs and Manager Partners of CRE start ups will be given 3 - 6 minutes to identify what their product is, why people need it and how it will disrupt the current state of the industry. Presenters can be as innovative as they'd like - coaxing judges with gifts is not prohibited. Why come to The Denver Disruption? To learn, to have fun and to fuel creativity in our industry. Bring your A game, we're about to disrupt commercial real estate... again. Do you have the next multimillion dollar CRE technology, business or product? Do you know someone who does?

Click here

to apply or recommend a company to pitch it to our sharks. P.S. Tweet and post with us using the hashtag

#BisnowDenver

on Twitter and Instagram and follow us at @BisnowDenver on Twitter for more local news! Questions? Comments? Contact Sarah, our Denver

Event Producer, at sarah.rotholz@bisnow.com.

1. What types of technologies should the real estate market integrate into their assets to stay competitive in the market?

2. How does the sharing economy, social media and desire for connectivity impact the way we design, develop and build our communities?

3. Which CRE start up companies are best to invest in? How will their technologies allow for a more profitable ROI?

4. Can technology help to lower construction costs and ease the impact of labor shortages? 

5. How are Denver's major developers innovating their multifamily and office properties to attract tenants?

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