New York City-based real estate technology accelerator MetaProp NYC will be holding its annual demo day on January 26th at Silverstein Properties’ 7 World Trade Center. The event is the culmination of MetaProp NYC’s 22-week growth program and provides graduating startup founders with access to potential corporate partners, exposure to venture capital opportunities and media coverage.
More than 200 of the industry’s top minds, including the MetaProp NYC 2016/2017 accelerator class CEO/Founders, VCs, program mentors, corporate partners, real estate industry executives, media, government officials and others are expected to attend. CRE.tech will be there as a supporting media partner.
MetaProp NYC’s 2016/2017 accelerator cohort includes:
Bowery – The tech-enabled commercial appraisal firm.
Enertiv – Harnessing energy data and analytics at the equipment level to optimize building performance and eliminate energy waste.
Flip – The first peer-to-peer property leasing marketplace, allowing tenants to flexibly trade leases.
hOM – Tech-enabled amenity management that partners with landlords to deliver fitness classes and crowd-sourced events to under-utilized spaces.
Ravti – software to track, manage, and procure HVAC for sophisticated commercial real estate.
OnTarget – Visual project management and analytics for construction, with powerful 3D rendering.
Tal Kerret, President of New York City-based real estate giant Silverstein Properties, will deliver the keynote address. In addition to overseeing Silvertein’s daily operations, Kerret is also responsible the firm’s growth strategy and investor relationships. Since joining the company in 2011, Kerret has launched Silver Suites Offices at 7 World Trade Center, and also oversees Silver Suites Residences at Silver Towers.
MetaProp NYC’s East Coast Demo Day takes place Thursday, January 26th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm on the 10th floor of 7 World Trade Center, which is located at 250 Greenwich Street, in Lower Manhattan. Registration is free.
A West Coast Demo Day will follow on February 2nd in San Francisco.