RealTechX reveals first cohort of companies set to change Asia’s real estate sector
From over 182 applicants, RealTechX has selected 12 high-growth technology businesses, with the potential to fundamentally change the future of real estate, to participate in the inaugural RealTechX Growth Program.
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Julian Kezelman, Program Director, RealTechX said;
“Each of our 12 selected businesses has successfully implemented and demonstrated the value of their solutions with major owners and operators of real estate assets. They have been invited into the program for their innovative solutions, high growth potential and ability to deliver tangible impact to industry”
RealTechX is an innovation program that supports emerging technology businesses in the real estate sector and the wider built environment (’RealTech’) to achieve sustained growth. The program participants will work alongside Taronga Ventures and RealTechX program partners, including some of the biggest names in the real estate sector both locally and worldwide, Dexus, Lendlease, ISPT, PGIM and Australian Unity, to develop and deliver solutions to current and future problems the industry is grappling with.
The program is also supported by the Australian Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, as well as professional services partners (KPMG High Growth Ventures, KPMG Legal, BWM Dentsu), tertiary and research partners (UNSW, Monash, UTS, CSIRO’s venture commercialisation ON program) and the entrepreneurship programs of leading global technology corporates (AWS, Microsoft, IBM and Google).
Avi Naidu, Managing Partner, Taronga Ventures would like to sincerely thank our growing network of industry, government, tertiary and allied partners for supporting RealTechX. Such a diverse, forward-thinking and market leading group is essential to achieve our objective of changing the future of real estate.
Jonathan Hannam, Managing Partner, Taronga Ventures, said the program has been designed to bridge the gap between corporate real estate owners and the emerging businesses that are now targeting the real estate sector.
“Our focus is on driving change through the real estate sector, enhancing portfolio returns and delivering real and measurable results for our investors and corporate partners.”
“The global real estate and built environment sector is evolving rapidly and this was an incredibly challenging process as the calibre of applications was so high. With each of the twelve participants we have identified companies that can be quickly implemented and deliver immediate returns”, Mr Hannam said.