RealTechX Singapore announces 12 emerging technology companies set to drive innovation in Asia’s real estate sector


From hundreds of applicants, RealTechX has selected 12 high-impact real estate technology (“RealTech”) businesses to drive innovation and change in the built environment across Asia.

The RealTechX innovation program supports a network of institutional real estate corporate partners and emerging technology businesses to become better adopters of innovation and technology. Over the past two years, dozens of projects have been delivered around the world, accelerating the growth of its participating RealTech companies and driving greater appetite for innovation amongst its partners.

In 2021, RealTechX was pleased to expand into Singapore to improve real estate innovation in that market and across the region. To see the 12 participants in the RealTechX Singapore 2021 program, you are welcome to download the RealTechX Singapore 2021 program booklet for full company profiles and contact details.


RealTechX Singapore 2021 is proudly supported by real estate innovation leaders across Asia and globally:

Julian Kezelman, RealTechX Program Director said, “The breadth and depth of our RealTechX companies continues to evolve with each year. With our move into Asia, we’ve attracted exciting new innovations across construction, asset & facilities management, data sourcing & analytics and ESG – delivering value right across the built environment spectrum.”

Jonathan Hannam, Taronga Ventures’ Managing Partner said, “We want to express our gratitude to the growing network of industry leaders, government agencies and partners that continue to support the expansion of RealTechX. Significant change is only possible through collaboration at a whole of industry level. We believe that this expanding group of partners has the ambition and capability to make fundamental change happen.”

Follow the RealTechX innovation program through Taronga Group’s LinkedIn page and our news section on our website where you will see regular updates from the program.