PropTech Institute: PropTech Landscape in Hong Kong

PropTech Institute: PropTech Landscape in Hong Kong

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▶ at 10:39 of https://youtu.be/Zza5J9JN24A?t=639 : “…the GDP is USD 1,679.5 billion…” sourced from: https://www.bayarea.gov.hk/en/about/overview.html#:~:text=The%20total%20area%20is%20around,per%20capita%20is%20USD%2023%2C371.

This episode with my team at PropTech Institute is one I hold close to heart. In fact, I am often questioned if Denzity and PropTech Institute are the same projects. Many have grown to know my passion for developing the PropTech sector in Hong Kong, and my mission to do the same regionally; to answer those questions, I’m following that mission through two projects.

Denzity began as an answer to inconvenient investing in the real estate industry. Unreliable and decentralized data forces stakeholders to overspend on time and money on due diligence. However, through digital technology, we can create a more efficient investing ecosystem through data aggregation, and enable real estate companies to optimize their service in the increasingly competitive digital landscape.

 PropTech Institute, on the other hand, is the product of finding a group of like-minded, passionate people, committed to reimagining and shaping the future of the real estate.

PropTech Institute is an independent, non-profit association representing Asia’s PropTech community led by a team of committed professionals. The association seeks to bridge the gap between real estate and technology by providing a platform for founders, enthusiasts, and professionals to share knowledge of any element of PropTech.

In this episode, my teammates at PropTech Institute will share key insights on the Hong Kong PropTech sector: the current landscape, opportunities, and recommendations for local stakeholders. We are launching the very first whitepaper on the Hong Kong PropTech landscape, the link for which you can find in the show notes. As always, I hope you find the show useful and informative. Enjoy!

Key Discussions

▶ Current landscape

▶ Why now & opportunities

▶ Recommendation for stakeholders

The PropTech Institute whitepaper on the Hong Kong PropTech landscape is monumental for the local real estate industry. The paper distils and presents industry expert insights and experience; perspectives from startup founders, venture capitalists, real estate professionals, private sector stakeholders, academics, and public sector professionals are all featured. The growing PropTech industry once had less traction in influencing consumer and policy change.

This has changed; 2021 has accelerated PropTech, transforming the sector from a novelty to an increasingly appreciated and integrated movement.  PropTech Institute’s mission feeds this growth, it’s platform fostering startups – like Denzity – that are terraforming the real estate landscape.

Shameless to say, these two projects (Denzity and Proptech Institute) are my babies. 

I pride myself on the great work from our cross-functional team and platform of real estate professionals and believe I speak for the community when I say I am committed and excited to see what the future holds.

If you’d like to learn more about PropTech and how to get involved, please reach out via PropTech Institute’s email: [email protected] 

我和我的房地產科技協會團隊的這一集是我非常關注的。事實上,我經常被問到登Denzity和房地產科技協會是否是同一個項目。許多人已認識到我對發展香港房地產科技的熱情,以及我在本地區發展房地產科技的使命;為了回答這些問題,我將通過兩個項目來完成這項任務。

Denzity一開始是為了解决房地產行業投資不便的問題。不可靠和分散的數據迫使利益相關者在盡職調查上花費過多的時間和金錢。然而,通過數位科技,我們可以通過數據聚合創建一個更高效的投資生態系統,並使房地產公司能够在競爭日益激烈的數位環境中優化其服務。

另一方面,房地產科技協會是尋找一群志同道合、充滿激情的人的產物,他們致力於重塑和塑造房地產的未來。

房地產科技協會是一個獨立的非盈利協會,代表亞洲房地產科技社區,由專業人士組成的團隊領導。該協會試圖通過為創始人、愛好者和專業人士提供一個平臺來分享房地產科技任何元素的知識,從而彌合房地產和科技之間的鴻溝。

在本期節目中,我在房地產科技協會的同事將分享有關香港房地產科技行業的重要見解:當前的形勢、機遇,以及對本地利益相關者的建議。我們將推出首份有關香港房地產科技景觀的白皮書,您可以在展會說明中找到該白皮書的連結。像往常一樣,我希望你覺得這個節目有用,內容豐富。好好享受!

關鍵討論

▶什麼是PropTech

▶為什麼現在

▶關於香港PropTech格局的建議

房地產科技協會有關香港房地產科技景觀的白皮書對本地房地產業具有里程碑意義。本文提煉並呈現了行業專家的見解和經驗;來自初創公司創始人、風險資本家、房地產專業人士、私營部門利益相關者、學者和公共部門專業人士的觀點都很突出。不斷增長的支柱科技產業曾經在影響消費者和政策變化方面沒有那麼大的吸引力。

這已經改變了;2021年加速了房地產科技的發展,將該行業從一個新奇的行業轉變為一個越來越受重視和綜合的行業。房地產科技協會的使命推動了這一增長,它是一個培育初創企業的平臺——比如Denzity——正在形成房地產領域的地形。

無恥地說,這兩個項目(Denzity和房地產科技協會)是我的寶貝。

我為我們的跨職能團隊和房地產專業人士平臺所做的出色工作感到自豪,我相信,當我說我致力於並興奮地看到未來的發展時,我代表了社會。

如果您想瞭解更多關於房地產科技以及如何參與的資訊,請通過房地產科技協會的電子郵件聯系:[email protected]

▶ About the guest:

PropTech Institute is an independent, non-profit association representing Asia’s PropTech community led by a team of committed professionals.

The association seeks to bridge the gap between real estate and technology by providing a platform for founders, enthusiasts, and professionals to share knowledge of any element of PropTech. PropTech Institute strength lies in our community, which is a burgeoning network of both startup and corporate stakeholders; we promote solutions offered by our startup circle.

▶ Connect with the guest

▶ Source & Supporting:

PropTech property technology (or prop-tech, also called real estate technology) is the application of information technology and platform economics to real estate markets. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Property_technology 

SmartCity A smart city uses information and communication technology (ICT) to improve operational efficiency, share information with the public and provide a better quality of government service and citizen welfare. https://www.twi-global.com/technical-knowledge/faqs/what-is-a-smart-city 

Greater Bay Area The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (Greater Bay Area) comprises the two Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macao, and the nine municipalities of Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Huizhou, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Jiangmen and Zhaoqing in Guangdong Province. https://www.bayarea.gov.hk/en/about/overview.html#:~:text=The%20Guangdong%2DHong%20Kong%2DMacao,around%2056%20000%20km2

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