Real estate, mortgage, media and technology innovators from across the country will gather to network and discuss the future of digital technologies, online lead generation, the move toward paperless transactions and innovative uses of new media content at Inman News’ Real Estate Connect 2005 in New York City, Jan. 9-11.
Real Estate Connect is the only event that connects the industry’s old and new ideas, executives and business models. HouseValues CEO Ian Morris, Cendant Real Estate CEO Alex Perriello, ZipRealty CEO Eric Danziger and RealLiving President Sherry Chris are among the event speakers.
Tickets go on sale today for Inman News members. Register online or call 1-800-775-4662, ext. 128. Non-members can register beginning Nov. 19, at 12:01 a.m. EST.
Topping the conference agenda will be James Surowiecki, staff writer and columnist at The New Yorker and author of “The Wisdom of Crowds: Why the Many Are Smarter Than the Few and How Collective Wisdom Shapes Business, Economies, Societies and Nations;” and Stanford University law professor Lawrence Lessig, author of “The Future of Ideas.”
Other speakers will include Van Davis, CEO and president, Foxtons North America; Lockhart Steele, publisher, Curbed.com; Richard Sommer, CEO, HomeGain; Craig Newmark, customer service representative and founder, craigslist; Declan Dunn, CEO and founder, Dunn Direct Group; Shawn Collins, president and CEO, Shawn Collins Consulting; Thomas Reddin, CEO, IAC Financial Services and Real Estate; Payam Zamani, CEO, Reply!; Tom Evans, president and CEO, Bankrate; Matt Coffin, CEO, LowerMyBills; and Purnendu Ojha, president and CEO, NextTag.
Real Estate Connect New York is the place to be to learn about the new digital age of real estate.
“Real Estate Connect New York is the only place where players at all levels of the real estate industry can meet for a no-holds-barred discussion of these trends, as well as new business models, products and practices,” Inman News publisher and founder Bradley Inman said.
A second conference, Real Estate Connect 2005/San Francisco, is set for July 27-29, 2005, at San Francisco’s Palace Hotel.
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