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Best Bert Broadhead podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Bert Broadhead podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Can P2P lending boost housing delivery numbers by financially enabling SME house-builders? What does the P2P market need to learn from recent history to ensure a fair & transparent market of risk / reward for investors? Is technology the right answer? Mike Bristow is CEO & Co-founder of CrowdProperty; a specialist property peer-to-peer lending plat…
 
What is the great rotation and how will it affect the built environment in the years to come? Indy Johar is an architect, co-founder of Project 00 & Dark Matter Labs and Senior Innovation Associate at the Young Foundation. Dark Matter Labs is a field laboratory focused on radically redesigning the bureaucratic & institutional infrastructure of our …
 
Can technology help the built environment better reflect people’s changing social and ethical consumption choices? Ben is an economist, environmentalist and social entrepreneur. He has founded several businesses and charities, and worked for 6 years at the New Zealand Treasury - where he led the development of the Living Standards Framework. He co-…
 
How can well-designed landscape & public realm help create better cities for people? Alexandra is a chartered landscape architect in the UK, and also worked for a number of years in Canada where she was responsible for a series of innovative public realm projects for the City of Vancouver. In 2013, Alexandra founded URBAN with the stated aim of cre…
 
Charlie Wade is UK Managing director of PropTech giant, VTS. In their own words, VTS is the commercial real estate industry’s leading leasing and asset management platform. Landlords use VTS to maximise portfolio performance by transforming their leasing and asset management process and unlocking real-time insights – enabling them to convert leads …
 
Is there really a Retail Apocalypse? Why is the retail industry in the state its in and how can property owners help to rebuild towards a brighter retail future? Mark Pilkington is author of the newly-released book, Retail Therapy: why the industry is broken and what can be done to fix it. Mark has enjoyed a successful and varied career in retail. …
 
Can technology nurture greater community engagement in the shape of develop projects and will this help “democratise” real estate? My guest today is Savannah de Savary, founder and CEO of Built-ID; a prop-tech platform that “showcases the built environment projects of today and transforms community engagement to better shape the projects of tomorro…
 
Building communities at the scale needed to meet the challenges of the UK’s housing shortage. In 2018, Fiona Fletcher-Smith left City Hall (where she was Executive Director of Development, Enterprise and Environment) to join L&Q where she is Group Director of Development and Sales, responsible for delivering the Registered Provider’s stated aim of …
 
One man’s mission to live in painted cities; how can street art transform both buildings and communities? Holding a PhD in Evolutionary Mathematics from Cambridge, Lee was a former break-dancer with the Soul Mavericks Crew where he represented the UK and he has travelled the world extensively documenting street art world-wide. In 2012, he co-founde…
 
What is Artificial Intelligence and how is about to reshape our approach to work? Will this mean that SpaceAsaService becomes the new normal for the build environment? Antony is a renowned speaker in the property world and a globally recognised expert on PropTech, Artificial Intelligence & SpaceAsaService. A pre-eminent blogger in the world of AI, …
 
Do we give enough thought to the impact that the design and layout of our workplaces has on our individual & collective productivity & well-being? I delve into the world of workspace science to find the answers. Ros Pomeroy is a co-founder of Brainy Birdz; a consultancy specialising in the unpronounceable (for me, anyway) ‘zusammenarbeit’ - that’s …
 
Can we better serve our ageing population through a new model of inter-generational co-living? Justin Shee is the founder of The Kohab; a new inter-generational retirement living company, bringing old and young adults together under one roof to live in mutual support. The Kohab is both a potential answer to the age ghettos created by retirement liv…
 
Can the application of traditional social sciences to big data help better tailor the future of the built environment to societal needs? Gemma John is an anthropologist, helping to influence urban planning and development. After ten years in academic research, Gemma spent five years working for engineering, planning, and architecture firms, includi…
 
Can technology bridge the service gap between buildings with amenity & space-as-a-service? Gabrielle McMillan is the founding CEO of Equiem and has led the Equiem business and team from inception in 2011. In her previous role as Director and General Manager of Advance Marketing, Gabrielle oversaw significant business growth (9 x revenue), expansion…
 
Are brand engagement & media overtaking transactions as the primary purpose of bricks-and-mortar retail? Where else in the build environment is brand influencing building design and utility? Lara Marerro is a Studio Director & Retail Practice Leader at Gensler, the global architectural practice. Rather than specialising in a specific sector, Lara i…
 
Does the history of the European Real Estate market hold any clues for the direction of the future? My guest today is Andrea Carpenter, a communications consultant in the property industry, founder & director of this podcast’s partner, the non-profit Women Talk Real Estate, and author of the new book High Rise and Fall: The Making of the Modern Rea…
 
How can collaboration improve the real estate industry? The view from one of the UK property sector's great generalists on the state of the market and the way ahead... Susan Freeman is a partner at the law firm Mishcon de Reya. Susan hold a business degree from London Business school and a is well known as a proponent of innovation in real estate. …
 
News content & analysis is available in ever-growing quantities. While this can offer huge advantages, it poses several problems; how can you ensure you're accessing the most relevant content for you without being overwhelmed, while also remaining in touch with the latest ideas from various sources. Matt Partridge, founder of Infabode. Infabode is …
 
As e-commerce continues to disrupt bricks-and-mortar retail, the story of the retail apocalypse or death of the high street has been mainstream news and this isn’t a phenomenon unique to the UK. I talk to Mark Robinson of Ellandi to see if we can find out: a) whether the situation is as dire as it is presented and b) what is the future of mainstrea…
 
At the heart of Space-as-a-Service is the concept of community; an intangible benefit that extends beyond functional service provision and which will ultimately lead to customer happiness and therefore potentially higher retention rates and ultimately returns for investors. Ed Thomas views the central ethos of co-living as bringing community back i…
 
Dr Shain Shapiro is founder and CEO of Sound Diplomacy, bridging the gap between music and the world of policy and urban planning. Sound Diplomacy is the leader of the Music Cities movement, which sees culture built into the urban environment through an integrated music policy. Music is a universal language. While we all have individual tastes and …
 
Nathan is an architect, transport planner, software engineer and entrepreneur. Having worked for many years as an architect specialising in sustainable transit-oriented developments, Nathan became interested in how new transportation technologies could positively influence urban design. This led him to work on planning and design stages of urban-sc…
 
Vanessa Butz wrote her masters thesis on "Understanding the DNA of Strong Entrepreneurial Hubs” and took her theory into practice by helping to build large technology and co-working campuses - Factory Berlin and Market-Tech’s Interchange Camden. Having worked at the intersection of cities and technology, she then founded District, providing Real Es…
 
Andrew Waugh is a founder of Waugh Thistleton Architects and a pioneer of design in the field of timber buildings, using cross-laminated timber (CLT). Waugh Thistleton are committed to the use of timber construction which has earned them an international reputation in environmentally sustainable architecture and design. The practice has designed th…
 
In recent years, through a heavy social media presence, an active blog, a weekly newsletter and as a keynote speaker at global events, James Dearsley has managed to become almost synonymous with the UK PropTech scene. Beyond his public persona, James runs The Digital Marketing Bureau, providing tech-enabled marketing services, and PropTech Consult …
 
Will Blakey is CEO of MOM (MyOfficeMove.co.uk), the online marketplace for moving office. Will is also an investor in start-ups, such as Den Automation - the innovative light switch & plug socket business - as well as being an online business and life coach (link here) with a mission to help people "become the best version of themselves & live the …
 
Nick Fulford has a background of over 20 years in sales & marketing. In 2017 he quit to set up the a modular housing concept, nHouse, together with award-winning architect, Richard Hywel Evans. As an industry new-comer, Nick is attempting to revolutionise an enormous market - the housebuilding market. 184,000 homes were built in England in 2016/17 …
 
Mark Farmer is Founding Director & CEO of Cast and a expert in the delivery of complex residential-led projects & modern methods of construction. Mark’s focus is on promoting modernisation within the construction industry through adoption of pre-manufacturing and more integrated & digitally-enabled delivery models. Besides founding his own rapidly-…
 
Chris Choa is an urban architect and cities expert who thinks a big scale. Chris is Director of Cities at AECOM. He speaks frequently about urban performance and works with city and national governments to develop regional-scale strategies. A graduate of both Harvard and Yale, Chris also serves as Chairman of the UK Urban Land Institute and is on t…
 
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