Locale, a provider of property management, engagement, and communication services, is excited to announce the next webinar in their series, sponsored by Built ID.

On August 26th at 2pm, Locale will be hosting the webinar Bridging Real Estate with the Community to explore the untapped relationships between properties and people, and how technology can strengthen community engagement. Bridging Real Estate with the Community will be hosted by Guy Windsor-Lewis, founder and chief Executive of Locale, along with a panel of industry experts.

Key themes the webinar will explore include:

  • Connecting property assets with diverse groups and the urban environment
  • The importance of the customer voice when introducing a property asset to a community
  • How technology can introduce and strengthen relationships between properties and communities
  • What trends within community engagement can we expect to see flourish or fade as spaces reopen?

The panel who will be joining Guy are:

Laura Burson – Business Development Director at Locale Life

Heading up Locale Life, the complete customer engagement service from Locale Group, Laura works with buildings to put people at their heart. Her mission is to make a demonstrable, positive impact to properties and wider communities, strengthen customer relationships, and support local enterprises through consultation and insight.  

Bridget Wilkins – Director of Community Engagement & ESG at Built-ID

Bridget is an expert in the global PropTech sector through her previous role on the CBRE UK Innovation Board and as a founding member of the Urban Land Institute UK Tech Forum. She is a passionate advocate for developing the next generation of real estate professionals across London through her role as Co-founder of Peer20 social impact network, Steering Committee Member of the City Property Association Next Gen Committee and Startup Mentor on the REACH, a UK Tech Programme. As director of Community Engagement & ESG at Built-ID where she is responsible for leading the team to scale the Give-My-View community consultation platform across the UK’s most innovative urban projects.

Sam Kidby – Founder & Senior Director at Evergreen Reputation

A communications consultant with ten years of experience working in the real estate sector, Sam specialises in placemaking and established Evergreen Reputation in 2012 to combine traditional and digital marketing. Since then, clients have included St Pancras International, Urban Partners, Lendlease, Victoria BID, GVA, High Speed 2, Inquilab and McAdam Architects.

Join the discussion on how connecting real estate with the customer voice and the wider community will bolster relationships and longevity by registering here.

 

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Featured as one of the PropTech companies changing real estate forever & one of Forbes’ Groundbreaking Female Founded PropTech Startups, Built-ID is the tech-for-good innovator behind the market-leading community engagement platform, Give My View.

By making it easy for hard-to-reach groups to have a constructive influence on decision-making, Built-ID consistently generates unprecedented community engagement results for industry leaders, including Ballymore, Grosvenor Estate, The Collective, Manchester Arena, Legal & General, RWE, City of London, Cadogan Estates, C C Land, Mitsubishi Estate, Haringey Council and many more, both in the property industry & increasingly beyond.

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