Tenant Satisfaction Summit virtual event

First ever Tenant Satisfaction Summit taking place virtually on 29 April, with speakers from CBRE, Round Hill Capital, Moda and many more.

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The first ever Tenant Satisfaction Summit is to take place virtually on 29 April 2021. With over 50 speakers from firms including CBRE, Round Hill Capital, Moda, Fixflo, Gravity Co-living, Folio, Flatfair, Matterport and many more, these industry leading speakers will discuss the next decade of residential housing. 

The Summit brings together landlords, property managers, estate agents, and real estate companies for 13 panels on topics such as a debate on whether professional landlords will dominate the housing market and if we’ll be returning to offices after the pandemic. Carl Brooks – Director of Sustainability, CBRE and Jon Bootland – CEO at the Passivhaus Trust will also discuss if green cities can soon become a reality.

The Tenant Satisfaction Summit includes six interactive breakout sessions where attendees can join the likes of Eliza Liepina – Alternative Accommodations at Round Hill Capital) in understanding how to design highly desirable homes for tenants. Or join Rajeev Nayyar – Co-founder of Fixflo in finding out how to manage property repairs and maintenance to leave tenants happy with the outcome. 

Hosted virtually on Hopin, the full line up of speakers and the agenda is available on the Tenant Satisfaction Summit website.

On the day, Summit attendees can message one another and schedule one-on-one meetings directly on Hopin, the virtual event platform where the Summit takes place. Companies attending include real estate funds, agents and Build to Rent companies like Blackrock, Nuveen, BNP Paribas Real Estate, Knight Frank, Chestertons, Quintain Living, Grainger and Get Living.

The Tenant Satisfaction Summit is curated by Kiko – the proptech startup founded by Valentin Scholz – who was previously Head of Product Growth at Revolut, and Tony Popov, a former software engineer at Revolut and Blockchain.

“Real estate has started a journey to become friendlier, but a lot remains to be done. The British government has made some effort to improve the lives of residents, like introducing tenant satisfaction surveys, banning tenant fees, and mandating minimum energy efficiency for rented homes – but the United Kingdom is still only the 18th in the world in life satisfaction. 

“We founded the Tenant Satisfaction Summit because we believe that we all deserve to breathe cleaner air in greener cities, where technology is to improve our customer experience, and live in great conditions to enjoy a higher standard of living in our homes” 

Valentin Scholz, Co-founder, Kiko and CEO and Founder of the Tenant Satisfaction Summit