Webinar: Big Data and its Implications on the Property Industry (G190528)

11:00am Tuesday, 28 May 2019
12:00pm Tuesday, 28 May 2019
Webinar
New South Wales: Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)
New South Wales
Australia

When big data began its emergence into discussions about the future, the futurist Daniel Burrus labelled it as the number one trend that will transform ‘how we sell, market, communicate, collaborate, educate, train, innovate, and much more’.

Over the past decade, big data has been posing more questions than answers. The complexity doesn’t lie in capturing data but in unlocking the value and potential. This webinar will introduce you to the principles behind big data, how it is being collected, its capabilities and how it can transform into valuable business insights.

Join our panel of experts to discuss the opportunities, challenges, and risks with big data on the property industry.

Topics covered: 

  • The basic concepts, tools and techniques of data science, machine learnings and analytics solutions;
  • Practical examples of how big data is currently being used and the potential for future uses in the real estate industry; and
  • The legal issues concerning big data.

Webinar registrations for this event closes on 28 May at 08:00am AEDT sharp. 

Presenters

  • Kylie Davis, CEO, Real Content
  • Felipe Rego, Data Science & Analytics Partner, feliperego.com.au
  • Eden Winokur, Senior Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
 
Read more about the Presenters
Kylie Davis

Kylie Davis 
CEO, Real Content

Kylie Davis is a recognised thought leader internationally on the property industry and proptech. Her research helps real estate agents, builders and brokers understand their customers, their markets, future trends and themselves.

 

As the author of seven landmark reports into the real estate industry, she is a champion of lifting professional standards and creating a more efficient and transparent industry. She is a passionate advocate of the importance of delivering excellent customer experiences across all levels of property and building, and is a recognised media commentator on the technology and trends that are changing how we work.

 

Kylie's 25-year career working in media at both News Corp and Fairfax - together with four years at CoreLogic - has provided her with a unique skillset to cut through the jargon and numbers and tell it like it is.

 

She has an MBA from the University of NSW and is the author of Perceptions of Property Managers (2018), NZ Perceptions of Real Estate (2018), The Real State of Leadership (2017), Perceptions of Housing Affordability (2017), Buyer Perceptions of Real Estate (2016), The Future of Real Estate (2016) and Vendor Perceptions of Real Estate (2015).

 

Kylie is a co-founder in proptech startup HomePrezzo and is on the board of PIPA (Property Investment Professionals Australia). Real Content is a media company specialising in content for the property and mortgage industries.

 

Felipe Rego

Felipe Rego 
Data Science & Analytics Partner, feliperego.com.au

Felipe is a leading advanced analytics and data science partner, helping teams build, manage and enhance their data science and analytics solutions in a strategically-aligned, commercially-oriented and customer-centred way. 

 

With extensive industry experience as well as a deep, technical analytical expertise, Felipe is often required by marketing, sales, finance, technology and strategy teams to provide support and to deliver robust analytical solutions that are easy to use, understand and implement. Felipe helps organisations and teams with Data Science and Analytics Strategy, Predictive Analytics and Machine Learning solutions, Data Visualisation and Insights Automation and Analytical Training and Workshops.

 

Felipe is also an analytics instructor helping disseminate practical, actionable analytics and data visualisation techniques in both classrooms and online settings. Organisations that partner with Felipe end up with a more engaged workforce and individuals feel more prepared to step up to their next challenge using data and analytics in their day-to-day jobs.

 

When Felipe is not partnering with clients or helping students, he’s a research candidate in Learning Analytics at The University of Sydney making sense of students’ digital traces. His research has also been focused on exploring patterns of students' engagement and performance profiles in learning environments. 

 

Felipe is also a blogger in predictive analytics, statistical learning and data visualisation. Last year alone, Felipe had over 83,000 visitors to his blog from more than 180+ countries. Some of his articles have been ranked #1 in google search and referenced by many sources and leading educational organisations including referrals / mentions from StackOverflow, Udacity, Western Michigan University, UC Santa Barbara, Edinburgh Napier University, among others.
 

Eden Winokur

Eden Winokur
Senior Associate, Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

Eden is a disputes and insurance lawyer based in Sydney. He specialises in defence work and advising on coverage, primarily in professional, financial and D&O claims.

Eden is a member of the cyber incident response team and is part of the market leading offering servicing the majority of local and international cyber insurers. He has advised in a significant number of cyber incidents, claims and investigations.

Eden has extensive experience defending directors and officers in litigated matters, including in regulatory investigations and enforcement actions. He has considerable experience acting in litigation and dispute resolution matters and advising on insurance policy coverage, handling claims for a wide range of professionals including financial advisers and planners, insurance brokers, liquidators, solicitors and accountants.

He also provides coverage advice and acts in litigation and dispute resolution on other risks, including construction.

 

Program

10:45am AESTPlease log onto the webinar link (link to be sent 24 hours prior)
11:00am AESTWebinar commences
12:00pm AESTWebinar concludes
  

Registration Fees

API Members$65
API Student Members$35
Non-Members$90
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