The Covid-19 outbreak is forcing millions of employees to work from home, making countless organisations reassess how to keep as many business-critical functions running as possible whilst maintaining adequate security, according to new research from UK authentication platform Veridium.
Proptech-powered UK landlord and asset manager LabTech has announced a series of initiatives to aid the emergency services and vulnerable in its communities during the coronavirus epidemic.
Seel and Co, a UK-based chartered surveyor, block management, lettings and auction house has added a virtual reality (VR) platform to its auction capabilities to aid deals during distancing measures.
Pioneering proptech venture capital firm, Pi Labs, has announced a strategic £2.5 mln (€2.3 mln) investment from leading pan-European real estate fund manager, Revcap, into the Pi Labs business.
Global commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has become the latest approved valuer to join IPSX, the International Property Securities Exchange, a property stock exchange platform.
German investment and asset manager KGAL has launched an app which evaluates locations across Europe on the basis of a new urban index.
One of the UK’s leading drone experts today urged British property owners and business leaders to leverage the opportunity of their under-used land for drone testing, to help accelerate the rate of growth of the UK drone industry, in the face of what he described as ‘an emerging bottleneck to growth’.
Colliers International is now accepting applications for the 2020 Colliers proptech accelerator powered by Techstars, its initiative to source, shape and invest in real estate tech.
Thomas Herr, former EMEA head of digital innovation for CBRE, has been appointed as CEO of AI-powered property platform Evana as of May 1.
Witrac, a start-up specialising in Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for manufacturing and logistic companies, has secured $3.3 mln (€3 mln) of funding in an investment round led by Goldacre Ventures and Mundi Ventures, firms which also sit on the Spanish start-up’s board.