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ACS NSW Professionals Presents: Property and Tech

How data is transforming the property industry

Event Start: Thu 01 Aug 05:30 PM AEST
Event Finish: Thu 01 Aug 07:30 PM AEST


Registration End Date: Tue 30 Jul 01:00 PM

Real Estate remains one of the largest asset classes globally, yet remains one of the last adapting to the technology evolution altering the nature of investment.<br><br>New Technology influencing the way brokers and agents work, and, traditional trends shaped by consumer behaviour and changing market conditions have led to a rise of real estate technology platforms disrupting the industry.<br><br>The use of AI and data provide industry with predictions on buyer trends and behaviour as well as changing market conditions. Augmented reality is also transforming accessibility, allowing consumers to tour their potential property purchase anywhere, anytime, saving on costs and time for both the agents and buyers. <br><br>ACS hosts a panel of senior property professionals who will share their insights and experience on how technology is driving change in sales and customer relationships. <br><br>Key takeaways: <ul><li>How these two industries are overlapping and the opportunities for technology and property professionals</li><li>How property companies are leveraging AI and data and the impact on success</li><li>How technology is changing the experience for property buyers</li><li>What the future holds for the property industry</li></ul> <i>Join the conversation on <a href="" target="_blank">LinkedIn</a>,  <a href="" target="_blank">Facebook</a> and <a href="" target="_blank">Twitter</a> using @ACSNSW and #ACSNSW </i><br><br><br><b>Getting here</b><br>If arriving by train from Wynyard, take exit 4 towards Barangaroo from the west end of the station. Make your way through the tunnel and follow the signs to Barangaroo.<br>ACS is located in Tower One which is the red building.<br><br><br><b>Accessing Level 27</b><br>An ACS staff member will be in the lobby of the Tower at 5:30pm - 6:00pm to facilitate access to level 27. <u><b>Access will not be available</b></u> after 6:00pm. If you arrive early please wait in the lobby until registration commences.


 05:30 PM - 06:00 PM  Registration & Networking                          
 06:00 PM - 07:00 PM  Panel Session and Q&A                          
 07:00 PM - 07:30 PM  Networking                          
 07:30 PM - 07:30 PM  Event concludes                          

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Bruno Pedruco Novo

Bruno Pedruco Novo

Bruno is the Co-founder of One Central Property, a Company that connects buyers to investment opportunities throughout Australia via technology such as online platforms or through social media and branding. One Central’s mission is to constantly add value to clients through personalised consulting and client care for the aim of building lifelong client relationships.

Bruno tailors a personalised strategy to investors based on their goals and objectives, utilising the best of both worlds using new technology and Real Estate to achieve the best results.

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Kristian Livolsi

Kristian Livolsi

Kristian Livolsi is an entrepreneur, founder and investor. He has been involved with 76 companies, advised more than 500 businesses, and consulted in 18 countries.

In the course of his career, Kristian has experienced resounding success, with a lengthy list of personal and organisational awards - among them the Restaurant and Catering Australia Young Achiever of the Year, SA Great Rising Star of the Year, and Employer of the Year. At the age of 27 he was also listed in the top thirty Young Entrepreneurs in Australia by SmartCompany and is an Alumnus of the prestigious Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year program. 

Alongside resounding success, Kristian has also experienced catastrophic failure. In 2009 everything he worked so hard to build came crashing down, leaving him homeless, broke, and suicidally depressed. 

By 2010 Kristian had slowly begun to rebuild, taking the position of Director of Sales and Marketing with an energy start up. Within three years he had worked his way up to Chief Operating Officer and establish a national business with over 100 employees and an eight figure turnover. 

From 2014 he set about quietly building a portfolio of companies, he met Lucy, the woman at the centre of his happiness, and soon they would be blessed with two amazing children, Leonardo and Lavender. 

Kristian’s ability to solve complex problems, disrupt established ecosystems, and create solutions that are sustainable and profitable soon saw him receive invitations to give keynotes, join boards, and become increasingly involved in the start-up ecosystem throughout Australia. 

In 2017 he was awarded the title Adjunct Professor and became the inaugural Entrepreneur in Residence for the University of Adelaide and ThincLab. During his term sixty-six start-ups raised more than $189,000,000, making Thinclab one of the fastest and most successful incubators in Australia. 

In 2018 Kristian completed his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of South Australia, and prior to graduation in 2019 was awarded membership into the International Golden Key Honour Society for outstanding academic achievement. 

As Steve Jobs said, ‘The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.’

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James Elliott

James Elliott

James has operated in the New Development/Project Marketing space for over 15 years with experience in up and down markets, luxury resort developments to first home buyer apartments.

James consults to property developers on their sales and marketing strategy offering solutions around how to integrate new technology into project sales with a holistic approach to mixing new technology with proven buyer psychology.

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Peter Esho

Peter Esho

Peter is the Co-Founder of CRIBZ, a sales intelligence platform for real estate teams. CRIBZ is backed by Pi Labs Property Innovation - Europe's first venture capital firm focused on innovation in the real estate sector. Prior to founding CRIBZ, Peter worked in financial data with Japanese listed Invast Securities and NASDAQ listed Morningstar Inc. 

Peter is also a regular face on business finance television channels like Bloomberg and CNBC, where he is invited to provide his thoughts and opinions on markets, real estate and technology.

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Level 27, Tower One, 100 Barangaroo Avenue,Sydney,NSW,Australia

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  • The ACS Innovation Hub
    Level 27, Tower One, 100 Barangaroo Avenue
    Sydney NSW 2000
  • when

  • Event Start:
    Thu 01 Aug 05:30 PM AEST

    Event Finish:
    Thu 01 Aug 07:30 PM AEST
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  • Member: $20.00
  • Member-Concessional: $20.00
  • Non-Member: $25.00

  • * Your price may vary on registration depending on your membership type.

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