April 11-13, 2023 | USA
The U.S. Department of Energy's Better Buildings, Better Plants Summit will be April 11-13, 2023 at the Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C. Join us for engaging and interactive sessions, as well as opportunities to network with your fellow industry peers and experts. Stay tuned for information about plenaries, special events, and more.
May 2-3, 2023 | USA
American Bankers Association and North Carolina Bankers Association host the leading experts in consumer lending and policy to discuss key issues in mortgage lending, analyze Washington's progress, and offer realistic strategies to maximize profitability.
June 15, 2023 | Canada
As the Canadian PropTech space is continuing to lead the way in changing the world, we're excited to announce that we're coming to Toronto on Thursday June 15th.
Do you want to meet the leaders who are spearheading 3D printing homes across the globe? Do you want to connect with key people of influence in the property tech space who are leading the way in cutting construction costs by 50%? PropTech 2023 is where real estate, construction and technology meet.
Since 2015, Toronto has topped the RLB Crane Index for North America and was named by Toronto Metropolitan University’s Centre for Urban Research and Land Development as the fastest growing city in North America. The thriving Canadian real estate industry has created enormous opportunity for growth in related sectors and successful business models are taking root.
August 10, 2023 | USA
From real estate investment funds to developers or even proptech ventures, the Proptech and Real Estate Investment Conference invites entrepreneurs to present their innovative projects and connect with relevant investors. Starlight Capital, Inc. has managed for 22 years an angel network of some 30,000 individual investors who meet online monthly to review and invest in promising growing companies. Most of these companies have already received at least some funding and have gained tangible customer traction, not startups. The group has collectively funded about $600 million since inception.