CONCURRENT SESSIONS (Select A1, A2, or A3)
HOW IS REAL ESTATE LEASING BEING TRANSFORMED BY INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES?
What forces will revolutionize real estate transactions? Rumor is that some have the potential to eliminate the need for trusted third parties to facilitate transactions. Is this accurate? How is artificial intelligence being used to augment traditional legal, lender and brokerage roles? What other innovations have come to contracts that will alter the way you currently do business?
Jane Helmstadter, Partner, Bennett Jones LLP
Marta Lewycky, Formerly Vice President, Legal Affairs, First Capital Realty
Carter Li, Chief Executive Officer, SWTCH
Todd Nishimura, Director, Marketing, Vertica Resident Services/GWL Realty Advisors Inc.
Richard Simon, Managing Director, Data Solutions, Altus Group
Scott Watson, Partner, Leasing & Marketing, Crown Realty Partners
REVENUE STREAMS AND SAVINGS IN AN ERA OF AUTOMATION: HOW PROPTECH AND INNOVATIVE BUSINESS PRACTICES CAN ENHANCE THE VALUE FOR YOUR ASSET
Change is real and inevitable – and industry executives are not only embracing it and investing in it – but leveraging it and seeing the ROI. What are the new operational saving strategies that asset managers and leasing executives are using? What are some value creation techniques that are providing increased revenues across portfolios? Along all asset class lines and the management and operational roles, this session will look at different ways to increase your bottom line.
Jaysen Smalley, Executive Vice President, National Investment Team, Capital Markets, CBRE Limited
Subhi Alsayed, Vice President, Sustainable Development, Mattamy Homes
Alain Cohen, Chief Executive Officer, FindSpace
Bryan Friedman, Director & General Manager, Canada, Axiom
Lachlan MacQuarrie, Vice President, Real Estate Management, National Programs, Oxford Properties Group
Peter McFarlane, Vice President, Asset Management, Pooled Funds, Fiera Properties Limited
THE CHANGING WAY PEOPLE MOVE: RIDESHARING, PARKING, AND THE IMPACT ON YOUR REAL ESTATE PROPERTIES
Ridesharing services such as Uber, in tandem with more traditional public transportation and other shared modes of moving people from A to B, are impacting the way developments are built, operated and ultimately the revenue that has been driven from the traditional parking model. How will new methods of movement impact your revenue and operations when looking at retail, office, multi-residential and other types of real estate? What considerations should owners, developers and operators be aware of when looking to solve the way people move access your properties? What hidden income is now available that was previously unattainable?
Brad Keast, Vice President, Innovation & Development, Dream Office Management
Saleem Ahmad, Co-Founder & CEO, Jrop
John Brunt, Partner, Blaney McMurtry LLP
Kristen Ede, Senior Vice President, Co-Portfolio Manager, Prime Canadian Property Fund, Bentall Kennedy (Canada) LP
Ken Greenberg, Principal, Urban Designer, Greenberg Consultants Inc.
Raymond Wong, Vice President, Data Operations, Data Solutions, Altus Group