- Tue, Nov 21, 2017 10:00 AM
16 / 1 Martin Place
Latitude: -33.8678, Longitude: 151.208
Applications are now open for Australia's first dedicated PropTech Accelerator. From how we design our buildings, to the way we live and interact with the physical world, the rate of technological and societal change is speeding up. By combining the agility of startups, and their ability to discover new business models, with the domain expertise, reach, and brand of established corporates, we hope to create a program which can accelerate 12 months of development into 3. Charter Hall and Collective Campus are offering an end-to-end innovation program for PropTech entrepreneurs and startups, culminating in a 13-week Accelerator that will equip you with the funding, knowledge, tools and support to give your idea the best chance of success. Apply now at charterhallaccelerator.cc Information session For those interested in finding out more about the program, come along to hear from some program mentors and representatives from Chater Hall. We'll also be having a discussion around emerging technologies and business models in the real estate sector. Our panelists for the night Oliver Sebastian, Head of IT Digital and Customer at Charter Hall Oliver leads digital and customer platform transformations at Charter Hall where he works closely with key business leaders to deliver digital transformation and innovation initiatives. Nick Austin, CEO of Divvy Parking DIVVY Parking is Australia's leading smart city technology company focused on leveraging mobile technology to improve connectivity to parking in CBDs.DIVVY Parking is a rapidly growing Australian technology platform that enables property portfolios to optimise the utilisation of their parking assets. Our technology team, lead by on of the best tech minds in the country, has worked closely with the leaders in Australian property to develop a highly scalable and world leading parking solution. Jonathan Hannan, Managing Director of Taronga Group Taronga Ventures is a technology investor focused on sustainable innovation for the built environment. Through its deep global real estate and technology network, Taronga Ventures is well placed to identify and invest in world leading technologies that enhance the built environment, whilst simultaneously providing investee companies strategic global access to distribution and capital. Your MC for the night Steve Glaveski, CEO of Collective Campus Steve Glaveski is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, author and podcast host. He is the Co-Founder and CEO of Collective Campus, an innovation hub, school and consultancy that is powering the Charter Hall Accelerator, and t works with large organisations to help them adopt mindsets, methods and tools to successfully explore new business models in an era of rapid change. Steve also hosts Future Squared, Australia's favourite podcast dedicated to corporate innovation and entrepreneurship. Running Sheet 6pm - Welcome drinks, nibbles and networking 6:30 to 7:30pm - Panel Discussion and Q&A 7:30 to 8:00pm - Networking drinks About Charter Hall Charter Hall Group has grown, since its launch in 1991, to become one of Australia’s leading property groups, with a total managed property portfolio of $19.8 billion. We own and manage 329 commercial properties around Australia, including office buildings, supermarket anchored retail centres, and a rapidly growing stable of industrial assets, on behalf of our institutional, wholesale and retail investors. Our integrated business model, coupled with our highly skilled and motivated team across investment management, asset management, property management, and project delivery produces sustainable returns for our investors, and positive experiences for our tenants and the community. As a Group, we listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in 2005 under ASX Code: CHC. Charter Hall Group is a stapled security comprising a share in Charter Hall Limited (CHL), the operating business, and a unit in Charter Hall Property Trust (CHPT), which predominantly co-invests in the funds and partnerships the Group manages. About Collective Campus Collective Campus is an Asia-Pac innovation hub, school and consultancy that works with companies to help them adopt the mindsets, methods and tools required to explore new business models and innovate in an era of rapid disruption. The company was founded in 2014, based on a firm belief that the world's greatest underused source of energy is not the sun, the wind or the waves... it's our organisations and their people. CC has helped organisations such as MetLife Insurance, Sportsbet, King & Wood Mallesons, Mills Oakley, Telstra, Australian Unity, Singapore Pools, Ascendas Singbridge, ASIC, Maddocks, Clifford Chance, BNP Paribas and many others with their innovation initiatives, a key component of which is partnering with startups to explore disruptive innovation, often very difficult to do from behind the walls of a large organisation.