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Billionaire Venture Capitalist Tim Draper to Keynote #InnovateCRE

AnySizeDeals recently announced venture capitalist and billionaire Tim Draper will speak at the upcoming 2018 #InnovateCRE conference in New York. The conference, which will be held on September 12, focuses on the convergence of real estate and technology.
Draper will share his insights on Blockchain and Crytocurrencies, Startup Investing and his “Cal 3” initiative to separate California into three states. Draper has invested in numerous companies including Redfin, Tesla, SpaceX, Skype and Coinbase.
#InnovateCRE will host more than 30 dynamic panelists and speakers with a guest list that includes business leaders, startup founders, venture capitalists, real estate developers and owners, blockchain experts and policy makers.
Some of the notable confirmed speakers include Blackstone CTO William Murphy, Sara B. Queen, the New York Women Executives in Real Estate 2017 Woman of the Year, Piper Moretti, CEO of The Crypto Realty Group, MetaProp NYC co-founder Zach Aarons and AnySizeDeals founder Steve Nson.
The conference’s theme is year is “Innovation for the Built World.” Some of the topics will include Space as a Service, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented/Virtual Reality, Blockchain and Crytocurrencies. #InnovateCRE will comprise panel discussions, fireside chats, a startup alley, workshops and startup pitches. Attendees are expected to come from all over the world, including a large amount of startups from Europe. Activities will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
In addition to #InnovateCRE, AnySizeDeals produces various conferences including #BitcoinCRE and The Dealmaker Summit that attracts some of the leading voices in real estate, blockchain and PropTech.
For more information and to register for the conference please visit, the #InnovateCRE website.
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