Dror Poleg (Rethinking.RE) about choice, distributed portfolios, invisible technologies and the future of the office. The podcast was recorded in May 2020.
Dror Poleg is the Founder of Rethinking.RE, where he briefs and advises real estate and technology clients on the impact of technology on real estate assets. His clients include multibillion-dollar companies and organizations such as British Land, Dubai Holding, Liberty Mutual, Cushman & Wakefield, INREV, and EPRA, as well as technology ventures such as Breather, Venn, Carson, BumbleBee Spaces, and BuildingLink.
Dror’s research on the impact of technology on real assets has been featured in reports and events by KPMG, PWC, Urban Land Institute, MIPIM Proptech, JLL, PERE, NYU, Savills, Estates Gazette, RICS, and CRETech. His book on the topic will be published by Palgrave Macmillan in November 2019.
Dror was previously Founder & CEO of Otherz.com, an app development company, and VP of Business Development at Kardan Land China, where he took part in developing over 30 million square foot of commercial and residential space, oversaw the expansion of a $3 billion portfolio, and participated in hundreds of negotiations with some of the world’s largest financial institutions, real estate operators, and tenants. He holds an MSc. in Economic History from the London School of Economics, a certificate in Finance from INSEAD, and a B.A. in Media & Communications from SUT, Melbourne.
In this podcast, Sarah and Dror are discussing the future of CRE, what offices we will go back to, if any, and how these new consumer trends make an impact across the CRE sector.
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