Playa Vista, CA (PRWEB) October 02, 2016
REX Founder and CEO, Jack Ryan, will speak on 10/4 at CTRL Collective discussing why REX was created to improve the experience of buying and selling homes using technology to make the process easier, more transparent and with lower fees.
Tickets are still available for the event on Tuesday, 10/4 at CTRL Collective- Playa Vista, 12575 Beatrice Street, Los Angeles, CA from 7pm to 9pm. Network with Silicon Beach business people, investors, friends, the REX team and more.
"Technology has given voice and impact to powerful market forces in so many industries. But the $1.5 trillion residential real estate industry has stood still," said Ryan. REX- Real Estate Exchange is combining the power of information and technology to reduce agent fees by 80%, deliver dramatically better experiences for millions of homeowners, and improve the world.
To learn more about how REX sells homes for 1% and is selling them 30% faster, visit http://www.rexchange.com.
About Jack Ryan
Prior to launching REX in 2015, Mr. Ryan also launched a media company in 2005, focusing on electronic and physical delivery of hyper-local news. Within seven years, the company grew to 170,000 circulation in physical form and became Illinois’ third largest media company.
Mr. Ryan was a partner at Goldman Sachs & Co. for twenty years where he was responsible for developing new relationships, managing major existing relationships, identifying new business opportunities, as well as managing the Midwest banking team. Mr. Ryan was able to reach the highest market share in the firm’s history in the twelve state Midwest region, as defined by deal volume, paid fees, and Greenwich Survey, in each of the last three years. Mr. Ryan helped recruit and mentor talent to further grow Goldman’s substantial Midwest presence.
Mr. Ryan is a member of the Board of Managers of Print Media LLC, a $2 billion private company owned by a private equity firm. He has served as a member of the Board of Directors of Pages Jeunes, a French public company with a $2 billion capitalization; Tatum LLC Company, which was sold to Spherion; K12.com, which went public; FirstHealth, which was a publicly-traded company and then sold to Coventry; and Turtle Wax.
Mr. Ryan received his Bachelor of Arts, Government, summa cum laude from Dartmouth College, his Masters in Business Administration from Harvard Business School, and his Juris Doctor, with Honors from Harvard Law School.