The three-month accelerator connects startups with experts from around the world to help them develop and deliver technology solutions that solve problems across the property and commercial real estate industry.
Colliers said the program combines Techstars expertise in tech innovation, startups and alumni network with its expertise in real estate and enterprising culture, and it’s looking for businesses that will “help lead the industry to the future”.
Ben Liao, managing director of Colliers Proptech Accelerator said: “Colliers is a deeply committed partner working to drive change in the commercial real estate industry, making this a unique and special program.”
“We work closely at every step to ensure the startups receive the best and most appropriate mentorship to accelerate their success.”
Dylan Taylor, CEO of Colliers Real Estate Services, said: “By strategically investing in the right technology solutions and enterprising founders, we can shape the future of our company and the industry.
“In the words of Peter Drucker, the iconic thinker and founder of modern management who had a great personal influence on Colliers, ‘The best way to predict the future is to create it’ and we believe we are doing just that.”
Last year saw a range of companies take part on the program, developing solutions across areas such as commercial datasets, office services and tenant engagement, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, space-as-a-service, marketplaces, smart cities and Internet of Things.
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