2020 has prompted businesses in CRE to examine and even rethink some of their ‘tried and true’ prospecting strategies.
Businesses with a true understanding of the market require context, connecting people to companies, and companies to ownership of commercial property.
Discover how having a deep understanding of these connections will enable you to make better strategic decisions and build stronger relationships with prospects.
- The importance of understanding the breadth of a prospect’s portfolio
- How mapping people data can unlock valuable insights for your business
- Why access to data is becoming increasingly important
Chief Data Scientist
Maureen Teyssier is Chief Data Scientist at Reonomy, a property intelligence company. Previously, Maureen worked at Enigma, where she worked closely with commercial engineering teams to solve analytical challenges for clients in the Fortune 50 and public sectors. Before she began her career in Data, Teyssier was an astrophysicist, graduating from Columbia University with a Ph.D. in Computational Astrophysics.
VP, Business Development & Partnerships
Aviva has over a decade of experience leading high performing teams in strategy, marketing and customer experience. Her clients have spanned multiple sectors, including commercial real estate firms, hedge funds and PE shops. Previously, she was a senior member of teams at VTS/Hightower, Onavo/Facebook and TytoCare.
David Bodamer (Moderator)
Executive Director, Content & User Engagement
David Bodamer is Executive Director of Content & User Engagement for Waste360 and NREI. Bodamer joined Waste360 in January 2014. He has been with NREI since September 2011 and has been covering the commercial real estate sector since 1999 for Retail Traffic, Commercial Property News and Shopping Centers Today. He also previously worked for Civil Engineering magazine. His writings on real estate have also appeared in REP.and the Wall Street Journal’s online real estate news site. He has won multiple awards from the National Association of Real Estate Editors and is a past finalist for a Jesse H. Neal Award.