NEW YORK (PRWEB) September 14, 2018
Camille Renshaw, CEO and co-founder of B+E, the first tech-driven brokerage and trading platform for net lease real estate, will be a keynote speaker at the Urban Land Institute’s Changing World Speaker Series, “Breaking the Mold: Diversity and Inclusion in Real Estate,” October 8–11, 2018 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center.
The Urban Land Institute is the oldest and largest network of cross-disciplinary real estate and land use experts in the world. At the conference, experts will discuss ways in which the real estate industry can become more diverse and inclusive, methods for creating and embracing greater diversity among the people it serves, and the importance of an inclusive real estate industry for the future.
Prior to B+E, Camille Renshaw was Head of Sales for Ten-X (a Google Capital company), a leading online marketplace for commercial real estate with products such as Auction.com. Prior to Ten-X, she founded the Stan Johnson Company’s New York office where she led their sales team as its top producer for five years. Before this, she was Director of the US Capital Markets division of Colliers International and a Top 40 Worldwide Producer. Renshaw originally entered commercial real estate as an owner, after founding Dyzco Technologies and successfully selling it to American Financial Services Corp, Inc.
With offices in New York, Tampa and San Francisco, B+E sets the modern standard for net lease real estate brokerage services and performance. The B+E trading platform consists of user-friendly dashboards, real-time predictive pricing and an AI-driven exchange -- all leveraging the largest data set in the industry. Buyers and sellers can conduct entire NNN transactions online, reviewing real-time credit, news and tenant data while they trade, much like online stock trading platforms. The mission of B+E is to help virtually anyone confidently trade net lease. For more information, go to http://www.benetlease.com.
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