Spaceos Workstation Booking

Immofinanz takes €2m stake in spaceOS

spaceOS has announced a new capital raise totalling €2.5m. The latest funding comes after Austrian commercial real estate group Immofinanz took a €2m stake in spaceOS, further strengthening the firms’ partnership, following a deal in December to roll-out the spaceOS platform across the group’s entire portfolio. Existing investors BeyondBuild also contributed an additional €500,000 to this funding round.

Bright Spaces | What we did after Pi Labs accelerator

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Two months ago, we presented a demo of our 3D office showcasing solution for the first time for an audience of hundreds of people. This was Pi Labs Demo Day 2020, the final event that marked our intense journey in the acceleration programme.

Moda Utopi AG IPad

Moda Living signs with IoT partner Utopi for smart BTR

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Paul Unger

The build-to-rent developer, operator and owner has announced a partnership with technology provider Utopi to build a complete digital infrastructure and optimise smart building technology across its development portfolio.

Gab Equiem

Equiem: Landlords need to rebuild trust with occupiers

Global property technology company, Equiem, has published the results of its most comprehensive global office occupier survey to date, providing landlords and tenants alike with valuable insights into occupier sentiment amid Covid-19.

Jagvinder Singh Kang Mills & Reeve

TODAY | Mills & Reeve practical webinar on demise of EU-US Privacy Shield

At the end of last week, the European Court of Justice struck down the US Privacy Shield, which let companies transfer data to the US, and although it focused on EU-US data transfers, the ruling is already causing widespread aftershocks for international personal data transfers from within the wider European Economic Area.

Roger Clarke IPSX

IPSX: Property stockmarket offers clarity amid fog

If you look at the dismal real estate investment volumes that are coming out for the second quarter of 2020, you could be forgiven for wondering, ‘Is investing in real estate a mistake,’ writes Roger Clarke.