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CRE // Tech Intersect to be Held in One of San Francisco’s Pre-Eminent View Spaces

05/13/2014

San Francisco -- May 13, 2014 – CRE // Tech Intersect is holding its annual San Francisco event in one of the most spectacular view spaces San Francisco has to offer, the former Carnelian Room on the 52nd floor of 555 California in the Bank of America building. The space, which has panoramic views and 25-foot ceilings, has recently been leased by Supercell, a Finnish gaming developer.  

               CRE // Tech Intersect, is a commercial real estate (CRE) tech event considered to be the event of the year to connect forward-thinking CRE professionals with the latest in technology innovations and the innovators who are driving efficiencies in the CRE industry.  Last year’s San Francisco event had more than 200 attendees and 20-plus exhibiting CRE tech firms.

                Attendees will learn what new technology will provide a competitive edge, how today’s CRE tech firms are changing to meet the needs of owners/operators and brokers, how competitors are using tech to an advantage, what new tech firms are targeting the CRE space and why, how the industry is being impacted by new technologies, and the professionals behind today’s CRE tech firms. 

              The event will be held on May 15, 2014 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. at 555 California, 52nd floor, San Francisco. The $64.29 registration fee includes great food, an open bar, CRE tech demos, dynamic speakers and the best in industry networking. More information can be found at http://cretechintersect.com/.

CRE // Tech Intersect brings together dynamic industry leaders, live demos from commercial real estate (CRE) technology companies, as well as great food and an open bar.

Our mission is to unite today's forward-looking CRE professionals, angel investors and venture capitalists who are pushing forward innovation in the commercial real estate industry; all in one fun and relaxed evening.

05/13/2014 - 08:41

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