Last Year's Agenda (2022)

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  • Day 1 - October 5th


  • Day 2 - October 6th


  • Nick Durham and Sean Devine will chat about Sean's journey as a founder to finding product-market fit, achieving market success, the art and science of pricing, and the benefits and pitfalls of working with strategic investors.
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  • Shonodeep Modak, Chief Marketing Officer, Energy Management for Schneider Electric will be delivering a keynote on the EM journey for SE
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    Keynote
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  • Electricity, gas, water, trash and…connectivity. Attend this candid, expert panel discussion for a real-world look at today’s digital CRE ecosystem. We’ll be breaking down why state-of-the-art connectivity is a must-have and how leading property developers and managers are leveraging technology to address challenges surrounding the workforce’s return to the office, competition with the WFH environment, tenant desire for hospitality-like amenities and much more.
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  • Getting the technology right is only half the battle. The ideas, applications, and impacts come through the human capital in our organizations and teams. To be successful, we have to be intentional about building a "Culture of Innovation" to ultimately achieve our strategic goals for innovation and digitization.
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  • Reducing diversity and scale of the site labor force on a given project, capturing full costs before breaking ground, delivering the site from model and not a drawing set, cutting erection and finishing times by 25–35%. There are currently emerging a wide range of approaches to doing this and this talk will broadly introduce these subjects under the umbrella of modular and pre-fabricated sustainable built products, where the companies and opportunities are for them to have impact and discuss angles of investment and development around them.
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    Keynote

  • Strategic overview of how property insurance really works, then give examples of companies looking to serve customers in both markets and places where opportunities are plentiful.
    Keynote
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  • Day 3 - October 7th


  • Early stage investing is notorious for being more of an art than a science, from diligence all the way through valuing the business. Because we’re engineers, we’ve systematized our diligence and valuation methods to make sure we’re running our process and investing at logical terms. We’ll unveil our process in this talk.
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  • Discover how industry leaders leverage digitization to close information gaps in construction.
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  • The practice of systematically constructing houses offsite goes back to the 20th century when builders in the US began selling “kit homes.” Despite its history and pressing need, offsite has remained a niche approach. However, the value proposition of offsite construction is strengthening every day, and so are the factors fueling its growth—labor shortages, suitable technology, and increasing government backing. Even though offsite construction is now being adopted for projects as varied as high-end condos, hotels, and airport terminals, the market remains a white space.
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  • The Inflation Reduction Act has incentivized building decarbonization for multifamily and other sectors within the built environment, and several states and municipalities have recently passed clean energy legislation recently requiring highly efficient building designs that reduce carbon emissions and increase energy efficiency for both new and existing buildings. This panel will discuss the challenges and opportunities of building decarbonization for multifamily, and provide overviews of successful projects.
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  • While famous for the Biltmore and Beer City, Asheville is punching far above its weight as one of the top 10 fastest-growing tech hubs in the nation. In this session, you'll meet some founders, learn what drew them to Asheville, and how the location and resources can foster a new wave of entrepreneurship in this section of Appalachia.

  • We are all seeing various public and private versions of EV charging installations - which ones are being the most successful and why? It is also clear that the current installed base is not being maintained or monitored - so how can we solve this now and in the future?

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