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VIRTUAL EVENT: TigerTalks Digital: Proptech: Today’s Challenges & Tomorrow's Opportunities

This next edition of TigerTalks Digital focuses on the challenges and opportunities in the real estate markets. Presented by the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council, the Princeton Real Estate Network, and the Princeton Association of New York City.

   
About this Event
The TigerTalks Digital series continues with a fascinating discussion among startup founders and investors in the proptech space. The online panel discussion will explore the current challenges and future opportunities in the real estate market, the impacts of the current health crisis, and the major drivers of change and opportunity moving forward.
 
 
When: Thursday, May 7 | 5:00pm — 6:15pm 
5:00 pm - 5:45 pm Panel discussion
5:45 pm - end Audience Q&A
 
Where: online — click here to register via Eventbrite. 
 
About the Speakers 

The panel will feature Forrest Meggers, Assistant Professor in the School of Architecture and Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University, and Co-Founder and CTO, Hearth Labs. Professor Meggers wil be joined by Princeton alumni founders and investors in the space: Josh Feuerstein ’94, Co-Founder and CEO of Truebird; Marc Ricks ’95, COO of Sidewalk Labs; Zoe Zabor '15, Innovation and Ventures at Tishman Speyer; and Serena Dayal '11, Investment Director, Softbank Vision Fund. The panel will be moderated by Michael Spies ’79, Founder of Fuse Strategies, LLC.

 
This event is co-hosted by Princeton Entrepreneurship Council and Princeton Alumni Real Estate Network and Princeton Association of New York City. Registered attendees will be emailed a link to the Zoom online panel discussion in advance of the event.
Please email donseitz@princeton.edu with any questions.

TigerTalks in the City and TigerTalks on the Road are PEC-sponsored educational and networking programs that features faculty and alumni entrepreneurs across a wide range of startup sectors. Previous panels have focused on topics such as blockchain technologies, AI in the fintech sector, water sustainability, smart cities, arts entrepreneurs in live theatre, autonomous vehicle solutions, computer vision applications, genomics, and female and black alumni entrepreneurs.

To request disability-related accommodations for this event, please contact Neal Bituin at pecinfo@princeton.edu at least 3 working days prior to the event.


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