If you are in the real estate tech space and you haven’t heard about Inman’s Hacker Connect yet — then you should be worried.
Because your competition has not only heard about it; they’ve already bought their tickets.
The good news is, there is still time to get your team there.
So what is Hacker Connect?
A one-day event held on Monday, January 16, in New York City.
Who else will be there?
Anyone who’s doing anything important in real estate technology, including those doing work for associations, MLSs and small and large brokerages.
It’s a chance for engineers, software designers, app builders, database architects, CTOs, IT managers and tech enthusiasts from across the industry to network with their peers, gain insights into the most innovative technologies being used and tackle the meatiest of problems.
How is this different than any other tech event?
Hacker Connect is focused specifically on the tech problems facing the real estate industry.
That means every session will pertain to something you or someone on your tech team is working on, from integrating with portals and MLSs to fighting phishing scams to navigating the melding of legacy and startup companies.
So what will I learn?
In addition to hearing presentations from experts and getting an inside look at what sites like Redfin and realtor.com have on their product road maps for 2017, the afternoon of Hacker Connect will be spent in interactive discussions with your peers.
Be ready to roll up your sleeves and find solutions to:
- Building Best Practices in Small Companies
The Problem: Small companies often do not have the resources or the expertise to compete on the tech front
- Driving Adoption in Legacy Companies
The Problem: How to Make Technology a Priority in an Old School Company
- Sharing Data Better
The Problem: Technology and platforms aren’t all built alike and navigating the ins and outs is complex
- How to Make a Marriage of Tech Startups and Legacy Companies
The Problem: Big companies are increasingly seeing the value in tech startups but fusing the two is easier said than done
- Model for Tech Partnerships
The Problem: The industry is still playing catch up on how to partner with fast-moving technology and its players
- Integration: Life Made Easier With Portals
The Problem: Portals can make your life easier but navigating integration is the hard part.
- Next Generation Buying/Selling Experience
The Problem: The transaction of buying and selling is far from seamless and at times antiquated
And many more pressing problems. Click here to see the full Hacker Connect agenda.
Hear what Brad Inman has to say about Hacker Connect — and learn about a special surprise: