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Nexus to judge Proptech Awards 2021

Posted by Justine Lamond | 17 March 2021 | Nexus News

Nexus is proud to announce its participation in the inaugural Proptech Awards 2021, with Managing Director Marcus McCarthy being selected as a panel judge for the awards.

Launched by Proptech Association Australia, the Proptech Awards 2021 are the first dedicated national awards for Australia’s growing proptech sector. The awards cover start-ups, scale-ups and established suppliers of both residential and commercial property technology.

“Australia’s residential and commercial property sectors are seeding impressive levels of digital innovation; with this new frontier being driven by increasing client demand more automated business platforms that deliver an improved customer experience,” said Marcus.

Commenting on the inaugural awards, Founder and President of Proptech Association Australia Kylie Davis said, “This is an exciting moment for the proptech sector. It’s a sign of the growth and maturity of our sector and offers a unique opportunity for proptechs to be reviewed by a panel of respected industry judges.”

Submissions for the Awards close Friday 19 May 2021, with the winners being announced on Thursday 27 May 2021 at a gala event and broadcast online.

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