CRE Tech Trailblazers Microsoft, Vornado, RXR, Carr Properties, WeWork and More Are Featured on Realcomm Live, Conference Edition
For two days during the Realcomm | IBcon conference earlier this month, Realcomm Live was "on the air," webcasting mini education sessions and live interviews with dynamic thought leaders and innovative solution providers from across the commercial and corporate real estate industry. Microsoft's Scott Weiskopf and Emmanuel Daniel, Tanger Outlet's Talia Fine, WeWork's Scott Morey, Vornado's Robert Entin and many others, joined us to share their insight on top-of-mind topics impacting the industry.
Following are just a few of the many interviews showcasing new technologies and innovations, updates on projects that are setting new industry standards and discussions of topics such as cybersecurity, next-gen workplace, reoccupancy, health and wellness and so much more!
Watch the full playlist at Realcomm Live 2021 Conference Edition.
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