Real Estate: ‘Future of Proptech’ in The Times

New writing… Pleased to say I have had another article published in The Times newspaper, as part of a special Raconteur report on the Future of Proptech.

The piece explores how there is more than just tech to this trend and why digital is the future for real estate, not simply a fad. The uptake in technology can help put purpose, culture shift and an interactive customer experience Stats for real estate and proptechat the heart of the property sector. It puts the consumer in control — in a way never previously thought possible, or even perhaps desirable. The future is digital and data is the gamachanger: from housebuying to shopping malls; damp detection to facial recognition; and smart homes to social good. Proptech is here; and here to stay. To read the article in full, complete with expert insights, comment and analysis, please click here:

‘What is proptech?’

The full 16-page Future of Prcurement report is available to view/download here.


 


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Amnesty in Action: ‘Enterprise Agility’ in The Times

New writing… Pleased to say I have had another article published in The Times newspaper, as part of a special Raconteur report on Enterprise Agility.

The piece looks at how advocacy in the digital age calls for greater agility on the part of campaigning organisations such as Amnesty UK. It also explores how the way people consume news is changing in the 21st century and what that might mean for human rights, as the ongoing creep of hyper-personalised content contributes to the ‘echo chamber’ effect and brings into question what will ultimately happen to the ‘mainstream’.

You can read the full story (with no paywall) here:

‘Advocacy goes online in the digital age’.

The full 16-page Enterprise Agility report is available to view/download here.

What Being ‘Smart’ Means… ‘Smart Cities’ in The Times

New writing... Pleased to say I have another piece published in The Times newspaper today, as part of a special report on Smart Cities, by Raconteur. It looks at why business, the built environment and wider community must embrace constant change and lifelong learning to benefit fully from intelligent and responsive digital cities of the future:

‘What being ‘smart’ means for cities’.

The full 16-page Smart Cities report is available to view/download here.

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