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of investment in the digitisation of real estate and other assets, indeed, both proptech and “digital twinning” are hot areas
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Plentific Property management and maintenance services online mar- ketplace A/O Proptech Target Global
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The biggest change I noticed looking at London-based Proptech startup Goodlord’s website since its first Series B funding round in October 2018 (see Backers sing Goodlord's praise with raise) is a new focus on tenants. Originally, Goodlo
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There are plenty of 'proptech' startups that play to the consumer property market, so it’s refreshing to see one that plays to the commercial property market. It’s London-based Edozo, which provides mapping software and analytics for
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Auto/CarTech, 4 Transport/TravelTech, 8 Beauty/FashionTech, 4 Entertainment, 4 PropTech, 8EdTech, 8
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with optional added managed services Felix Capital LocalGlobe A/O (Around) PropTech Existing angel investors
’t ‘get’ what Westlake’s new ‘award-winning, next generation’ Proptech platform actually does and how it
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funding round led by A/O Proptech, with support from Target Global and existing investors
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Westlake’s new ‘award-winning, next generation’ Proptech platform actually does and how it does it
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, Residently, which recently raised £7m in funding from a variety of backers (see: PropTech Residently raises
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just raised £2m in a seed funding round led by Proptech investor Andrew Barclay, cofounder
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Globe and newborn VC A/O (Around) PropTech, as well as existing angel investors. This brings the total so far raised
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The piece of the jigsaw I missed when I wrote a couple of weeks ago about London-based Proptech startup askporter (see Proptech askporter raises dosh to weave more magic) is that founder Tom Shrive is in the property management busi
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The piece of the jigsaw I missed when I recently wrote about London-based Proptech startup askporter (see Proptech askporter raises dosh to weave more magic) is that founder Tom Shrive
of specialist Proptech VC, Pi La
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When is a deposit not a deposit? When it’s a membership fee! Such is the way London-based Proptech startup Flatfair describes the upfront, non-refundable ‘membership fee’ that it charges tenants in lieu of a traditional deposit when they
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When I first wrote about London-based Proptech startup askporter back in January 2018, it looked to me like a WhatsApp group tailored for the property management industry (see AskPorter gets £500k to spread the message). It turns out
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They say on their website “We’re not an agent. We’re not a broker”, but I think they are, in as much as Airbnb is for residential lettings. Indeed the ‘Airbnb of temporary office space’ is how I described London-based proptech startup
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on technology – and the bigger the business the more reliant they become. Then along come the 'tech disruptors' (fintech, proptech, martech, legaltech, etc
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"Good Lord" was probably the exclamation made by investors last January after the untimely exit of the CEO, CTO and some 40 staff from London proptech startup Goodlord, coming just months after a £7.2m raise (as brilliantly re
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purchase deposit via London-based peer-to-peer lending PropTech startup Stepladder, as we would say
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There are many 'proptech' startups that promise to make investing in property easy. But as I have said before, investing in property is easy – making money from it is the tricky bit. That said, here's another that aims to let
 
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