The Intersection of Technology and CRE

Technology offers competitive advantages, but can also create new risks for commercial real estate investors, owners, lenders and brokers.
How technology can offer a competitive advantage, but also creates new risks for CRE investors, owners, GlobeSt Webinar Series Presentslenders and brokers.

Technology is having a profound impact on the way we use, build, and transact commercial real estate assets. It’s making our buildings smarter, and facilitating dynamic data that helps us make better, more informed investment and underwriting decisions. But, it’s also creating new risks: changing the demands we place on buildings, altering their value proposition, and creating new security concerns.

President of Partner Energy, Tony Liou will be covering the sustainability portion of the webinar where he will be discussing Smart Buildings, Smart Returns. To learn how technology can create a competitive advantage for you, don’t miss this thought-provoking webinar on Thursday April 7th, 11am PST/ 2pm EST. Register here.

 Brian Soublet Chris Reeves
Brian Soublet
Chief Counsel, California DMV
“Preparing for the advent of the driverless cars.”
Chris Reeves
Chief Credit Officer, BBVA Bank
“Using technology to deal with regulatory scrutiny.”
 Chip Williams Tony Liou President of Partner Energy
Chip Williams, AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Studio Director, Principal, Gensler
“The bank branch of the future.”
Tony Liou
President, Partner Energy
“Smart buildings, smart returns.”
 Joe Derhake Rick Sharga
Joe Derhake, PE
CEO, Partner ESI
“How technology creates building obsolescence.”
Rick Sharga
Chief Marketing Officer, Ten-X (fomerly Auction.com)
“Tech changing the way CRE transactions Take Place.”

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