Noe Group, the company founded by British multi-millionaire property investor Leopold Noe, has launched an accelerator programme to support real estate technology start-ups.
Launched through Goldacre, which forms part of the Noe Group £2.3 billion asset management business, the RElab mentor-led programme will give start-ups the opportunity to validate their products, pilot innovations and pitch for investment.
Run in collaboration with L Marks, a corporate innovation specialist and early stage investor, the programme is seeking start-ups and early-stage businesses from all over the world applying tech innovation to transform the built environment.
In particular, the scheme is targeting tech applications for urban logistics, smart buildings, physical retail spaces and digital platforms for real estate transactions.
The 12-week scheme will enable start-ups to gain market feedback through direct access to real estate environments and to tenants, retailers and asset managers.
Fionnuala Hogan, managing director at Goldacre, said: “We are thrilled to launch our first accelerator programme. As technology continues to be a driving force within the real estate sector, the opportunity to cultivate innovative talent is a crucial priority for Goldacre. We look forward to working with some amazing companies and supporting them in realising their vision.”
Applications are open until midnight on 22 July 2018. Firms can find out more information here.
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