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How was #RESI2017?

Collette Nabyonga

Brilliant, is the short answer.

It was great meeting everyone and being able to showcase the many updates to the LandInsight product. We launched our new sites area, which is a deal management section of our product, and our £/sq ft calculator, all presented at RESI.

You can see the tutorials for the deal management section, by clicking here. If you'd like a full product demonstration, get in touch.

On the Day

Our stand was constantly flowing with people requesting personal demonstrations, trials of our product and just to catch up with us.

There was even some traffic with people trying to beat the high score on our VR...

All in all, it was a great event and we're excited about all the new relationships created as well as catching up with some old faces.

Congratulations are in order for Jim Atkinson who won on our VR at the end of the two-day conference.

Some After-thoughts

The talking points throughout the two days were about solving the housing crisis, of course, what the lessons were from the awful tragedy of Grenfell Tower, as well as some discussion on the technological disruptors of the industry.

The common theme we're finding remains that there is still a general fear of big data and technology in the property industry while there are some new developments from the likes of Google and Amazon. As homelessness is something that we are constantly talking about, we're impressed that Amazon is committed to lending a hand where they can by building a family shelter within its Seattle HQ.

We'll keep talking about the much-needed encouragement for people to build more. A way that this can be done quickly is through innovation and that's what LandInsight is all about. Take a look at our mention in the Business Insider, for just that.

While the team recovers from all that drinking networking, stay tuned for more exciting things to come...


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