Can Philly become a hub for real-estate tech? Find out at this panel - Philly


Jul. 28, 2016 12:42 pm

Can Philly become a hub for real-estate tech? Find out at this panel

Hear from four Philly startups on the intersection of technology and property.
The event will be held at Benjamin’s Desk’s 1701 Walnut location.

The event will be held at Benjamin's Desk's 1701 Walnut location.

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Full disclosure: Stacey Mosley, who is mentioned in this article, has a close personal relationship with Technically Media cofounder Brian James Kirk. He was not involved in this report.

Four Philly startups are getting together for a panel discussion on the intersection of real estate and technology, featuring Councilman Allan Domb as keynote speaker.

During The Future of Real Estate Tech, on Aug. 10 at Benjamin’s Desk’s Walnut Street space, the four founders will talk about the technology they offer and share their views on Philly’s potential as a real-estate tech hub.

The panelists include:

PIDC’s Anne Nevins will moderate the discussion. Archna Sahay, the city’s Director of Entrepreneurial Investment, is the night’s MC.

“The event will serve to highlight the fact that there’s a lot of these types of companies emerging in Philly, and a lot of people handling different sides of real estate,” said FixList’s Mosley, one of the event’s organizer. “That speaks to Philly’s potential for becoming a hub in this space.”

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