Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Results are In! And the Winner of Technology Council’s Shark Tank Competition is…

  On Wednesday, January 31st, four real estate technology companies took the stage to pitch their products and services in a Shark Tank-style competition presented by ULI Boston/New England’s Technology Council. The competition took place at Goodwin in their beautiful new office space with incredible views of Boston’s Seaport District. David Provost of Boston Properties energetically moderated the event, and Jesse Devitte of Boralis Ventures provided an excellent introduction to Technology Investing. Comfy, HqO, Starry and WiredScore each gave their best pitch and showed the sharks and audience how they are … Read More

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Member Spotlight: Ronette (Ronnie) Slamin, Project Director, Joseph J. Corcoran Company.

Ronette (Ronnie) Slamin graduated in June 2017 with master’s degrees in Real Estate Development and City Planning from MIT. There her focuses were on mixed-income housing and economic development. Before studying at MIT, Ronette worked in Boston for two years in community development at The American City Coalition (TACC). Leading planning initiatives in the Roxbury neighborhood, she created online platforms to engage residents and worked to identify developers and projects that aligned with the communities vision. Ronette is originally from Wilmington, DE. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree from … Read More

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Real Estate Tech Survey

The ULI Boston/New England Real Estate Tech Local Product Council is seeking to gain a better understanding of how burgeoning technology can be tailored and leveraged to make commercial real estate professionals’ daily routine, and the industry as a whole, more efficient. It would be much appreciated, if you could take a few minutes to complete this brief survey to share your perspective and experiences in your day to day work. For your participation, you will receive a first look at the survey results. Thanks in advance for your input!

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