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Listen to the discussion titled “Digitalization of the World” recorded during the ULI Poland Virtual Conference that brought together top real estate players and experts with worldwide insights on the impact of COVID19 on the climate, capital, cities, and people. It is estimated that European proptech market reached two billion dollars last year, and the contribution of the proptech industry to the venture capital activity in Europe is behind global levels, representing 6% of the venture capital market. But do technologies digitize physical assets and real estate operations faster than a half year ago? And can they really slow down the climate change or prevent us from the effects of the pandemic?

According to some experts, the ongoing pandemic has accelerated the process of technological education among decision makers and end-users. Increased interest in systems that boost user health and well-being, e.g. by ensuring proper access control, seamless movement inside the buildings or contactless solutions, is a fact and a major challenge for the owners of older buildings, where preparing the workspace for the ‘new normal’ may prove more difficult and costly. Discover the most successful concepts and proptech business models in Europe, as well as innovators’ ideas for improving buildings and public spaces around them, and making our lives easier, healthier and more sustainable, thanks to advanced data and proptech solutions.

Webinar Summary: Listen to the discussion titled “Digitalization of the World” recorded during the ULI Poland Virtual Conference that brought together top real estate players and experts with worldwide insights on the impact of COVID19 on the climate, capital, cities, and people. It is estimated that European proptech market reached two billion dollars last year, and the contribution of the proptech industry to the venture capital activity in Europe is behind global levels, representing 6% of the venture capital market. But do technologies digitize physical assets and real estate operations faster than a half year ago? And can they really slow down the climate change or prevent us from the effects of the pandemic?

According to some experts, the ongoing pandemic has accelerated the process of technological education among decision makers and end-users. Increased interest in systems that boost user health and well-being, e.g. by ensuring proper access control, seamless movement inside the buildings or contactless solutions, is a fact and a major challenge for the owners of older buildings, where preparing the workspace for the ‘new normal’ may prove more difficult and costly. Discover the most successful concepts and proptech business models in Europe, as well as innovators’ ideas for improving buildings and public spaces around them, and making our lives easier, healthier and more sustainable, thanks to advanced data and proptech solutions.

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