Kick off ICNY with our founder, Brad Inman, offering his latest insights on the trends and forces shaping the dynamic nature of the economy, the housing market and the force of technology.
Close industry watcher Mike DelPrete returns to the Inman stage with his latest, exclusive findings about iBuyers and the disruption and opportunity they are causing the real estate industry.
Kirstie Ennis, Sergeant USMC RET and 2019 ESPYs Tillman Award Winner, tells her incredible story of heroism and triumph over adversity in Afghanistan and back home.
Since 2008, Ron Peltier has served as executive chairman of HomeServices of America, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate and the country’s largest residential brokerage firm, by closed transactions. He takes the Inman stage to discuss all he’s seen in the business, and where HomeServices is heading, in this fireside chat.
iBuying is not the only upheaval facing real estate agents. Other models are coming from different regions of the country. Three top entrepreneurs who have found success in their first markets explain their models and where they are headed next.
Newsday’s investigative report on discrimination on Long Island revealed unequal treatment of clients by real estate agents. Now, the Newsday journalists take the stage to discuss their findings, the fallout, and the future.
The insidious thing about unconscious bias isn't the bias part — it's the unconscious part. This talk explains where our bias comes from, without judgment or blame, and shares straightforward actions we can take, and policies agents and brokers can implement, to identify and eliminate bias.
Once, a single business model drove the residential real estate industry. Not any longer. New ways of buying and selling have created more than a viable alternative but an entirely new industry.
The former chief technology officer of Rent The Runway, former vice president of technology at Goldman Sachs, and author discusses the lessons she learned through failure.
With the fast arrival of autonomous vehicles and abundance of ridesharing services, there will be dramatic changes in the built environment. Reduced vehicle ownership will not only reshape the urban landscape, but provide a tremendous opportunity to give the streets back to the people and enrich the human experience. In this session, hear how architects, planners and developers will play a vital role in shaping the cities of tomorrow.
The two-time Olympic gold medalist and FIFA World Cup champion soccer star Abby Wambach takes the stage to relay her journey from her humble beginnings as the youngest of seven children in Rochester, NY, to becoming the all-time leading scorer for the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team and winning the 2013 and 2015 World Cups.
Hear from three top leaders in the industry about making money in challenging markets, where they’re placing their bets in 2020, and what the biggest headwinds might be for the industry this year.
There’s no talking around it any more. It’s time to get real with ourselves, and our clients, about climate risk.
Meet the man who has become the money whisperer to the super-rich NBA elite. His clients are some of the biggest stars in basketball, and his insights on business and trust will inspire.
What do David Byrne, Jay-Z, and the Dixie Chicks have in common? They all trust the organization Headcount to register voters at their concerts. Hear from the founder of this fascinating non-profit organization about what grassroots politics feels like in this election year.