Who won the 2021 Australian Proptech Awards – and why?
The inaugural Proptech Awards have been a huge success. While the real estate and property industries are famous for the frequency of their presentation of awards, this was the first time the innovation of industry suppliers was put into the spotlight and it shows the extraordinary ideas, passion and commitment that technology businesses are contributing to the real estate, property and construction sector.  At Proptech Association Australia, we wanted to create a rigorous framework for …
Proptech Awards 2021 Winners Announced
Tonight at a gala dinner in the Ballroom at Ashurst Sydney, Proptech Association Australia has announced the winners of the inaugural 2021 Proptech Awards.  Over 150 people have joined nationally, in Sydney and satellite locations, to congratulate the winners of 15 category trophies, 3 best of the best trophies, and 3 special prizes.   The event was livestreamed via Property TV with satellite events hosted at River City Labs in Brisbane and PropTech Hub WA in …
Proptech Association Australia announces finalists in inaugural Proptech Awards
Proptech Association Australia is pleased to announce the finalists in the inaugural 2021 Proptech Awards, the first nationally co-ordinated awards for Australia’s growing property technology sector.  “We are celebrating the success stories in Australia’s amazing proptech community and highlighting innovation across the entire real estate value chain,” said Kylie Davis, Founder & President. “We received 95 incredible entries from all over Australia and also New Zealand.  On behalf of the Association, I would like to …
Launch of Australia’s first Proptech Awards
The first dedicated, national awards for Australia’s proptech sector have been launched by Proptech Association Australia and sponsored by legal firm, Ashurst.
Proptech Association Australia joins forces with Macquarie Bank
The Proptech Association Australia is excited to announce it is joining forces with Macquarie Bank who is becoming a Foundation supporter. “In recent times, we’ve seen COVID-19 place a new urgency on agents to adopt technology,” said Dan Evans, National Head of Property Services at Macquarie.  “The Proptech sector has grown exponentially in Australia over the past five years, and at Macquarie we have noticed a direct correlation between the willingness and desire of real …
REIWA supports proptech innovation
The Real Estate Institute of Western Australia has demonstrated the importance of innovation in real estate by coming on board as a foundation sponsor of the new Proptech Association of Australia. The Proptech Association – which started in February this year – champions the real estate technology industry and has been established to be an independent voice in the proptech conversation and  REIWA joins emerging tech hub Stone & Chalk in getting behind the new …
Why we need a member-based Proptech Association
Why do we need a proptech association? Why do we need something that is member based? And how on earth can a church as broad as proptech, covering as it does everything from residential real estate, commercial real estate, facilities management, property management, building and construction find common ground? Over the past 5 years, I’ve watched this industry explode with innovative ideas and amazing technology that is disrupting how we build, buy, sell and manage …
Successful launch for Proptech Association Australia
The enthusiasm and passion for innovation in the property industry was demonstrated when more than 60 people attended the launch of the Proptech Association Australia at Stone and Chalk recently. The event was addressed by Alex Scandurra, CEO of Stone & Chalk, Isaac Coonan, director of the REACH program at Second Century Ventures and Kylie Davis, founder of the association. Isaac told the audience that the proptech industry needed an independent and united voice that …
New Proptech Association launched to drive industry
Between 260 to 480 proptech businesses in Australia with most launched in past 5 years61% in residential real estateNew national not-for-profit member association to grow market adoption and support education initiatives. A new association has been launched to raise awareness of the tech solutions available to the real estate industry and support and improve the property innovation landscape. The Proptech Association of Australia seeks to support the rapidly growing proptech industry by creating a community …