Community 2.0 isn’t just person to person. Multifamily buildings have always created a community amongst residents but now technology is helping bridge the gap between our physical communities and our virtual ones. Owners and managers of multifamily buildings and complexes can now help create a sense of belonging that can result in lower turnover and a powerful differentiator.
Join Propmodo, Blueprint, Alfred, and Cobu as they discuss how today’s tech-empowered communities may be the next evolution of a traditional neighborhood.
DavidHirschman is EVP and Chief Content Officer at Blueprint (http://blueprint.connectiv.com), an events company building the largest real estate tech conference in the U.S. He was previously co-founder and CEO of Street Fight, a media/research/events company focused on location-based marketing and tech.
Ben Pleat is CEO and Co-founder of Cobu, a virtual community-building platform built for multifamily. As a New York native, Ben has seen first hand just how impactful a sense of community can be toward bringing a sense of belonging to a physical space. Ben is constantly fascinated by innovation in the built world, and has explored the nexus of real estate and technology while with organizations like Goldman Sachs, WeWork, The Harvard Innovation Lab, and Israel Cleantech Ventures.
Lauren is a writer, marketing consultant and the content marketing director at Propmodo. An avid tech aficionado with a soft spot for startups, she enjoys researching how and being part of teams covering a wide range of subjects that all make tomorrow’s world better.