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San Francisco CRE Tech Summit

Join Us At The Birthplace Of Venture Capital As We Examine The Intersection Of Technology And CRE

Event Ended On: Thursday May 9 2019

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Speakers and Panels

Founding, Investing In, & Utilizing CRE Tech

Mike Sroka

Mike Sroka

Co-founder & CEO, Dealpath
Leila Banijamali

Leila Banijamali

Co-founder & CEO, Symbium
Kitty Sullivan

Kitty Sullivan

Director of Investments, JLL Spark
Breton Birkhofer

Breton Birkhofer

Principal, Prologis Ventures
Justin Botros

Justin Botros

Head Of Product, Bumblebee Spaces

Smart Cities, Maximizing Design, Property Management & Sustainability

Ashley Lippitt

Head of Host Labs, CBRE
Brian Wong

Brian Wong

Head of Client Experience, Waypoint
Manuel Fishman

Manuel Fishman

Shareholder, Buchalter


Hotel Nikko
222 Mason St.
San Francisco, CA 94102

Ballroom: Nikko Ballroom, 3rd Floor

Parking Information:

Parking information:
ValetBased on Availability
$15 for the first hour, $5 for each additional 1/2 hr. ($50+ tax Max)
Downtown Center Garage - 325 Mason Street:
$8 per hour ($35 Max)

Ellis-O'Farrell Garage - 123 O'Farrell Street:
$2.50 per hour

Parking Place/Handlery - 260 O'Farrell Street:
$15.00 Early Bird Rate

Ampco Parking/Hilton - 210 Ellis Street:
$13.00 Early Bird Rate

*Prices Subject to Change*

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Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Breakfast, Coffee, & Networking
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
Founding, Investing, & Utilizing CRE Tech
9:45 AM
10:30 AM
Designing Smart Cities, Maximizing Space, Managing Property, Thinking Sustainably
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
More Coffee & Networking!


1. How can a continued push toward CRE Tech from companies – small and large – increase efficiency and lower the cost of development?

2. What notable CRE Tech startups in the Bay Area should investors and developers have their eyes on?

3. What benefits does proximity to Silicon Valley afford developers and development in the Bay Area?

4. What subcategories within CRE are ripe for disruption? What benefits will this disruption have?

5. What, if any, stigmas or misrepresentation of CRE Tech exist and how can they be dispelled?