Aaron McGhee

Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Knight Frank Australia

Takes part in

  • PropTech NEXT SummitView Full Event
  • 09:30 - 10:10

    Tech Transformation Leaders Panel: Australia Under the Spotlight - How are Australian building owners, operators and developers finding, adopting and investing in Proptech?

    In this session we look at how Proptech and Contech use has grown exponentially in Australia and why CIOs now need Proptech more than ever. This session will examine:

    • The state of collaboration and innovation in the Australian Proptech sector
    • Australian market dynamics in focus: growth, capital investment, and innovation in real estate and the drive to enhance sustainability
    • What technologies are on the rise across the different asset sectors in Australia and across the broader APAC region?
    • What’s needed to drive adoption of Proptech within the built world to the next level?
    Panellists include:
    Sharmila Tsourdalakis Chief Innovation Marketing and Technology Officer, Stockland
    Alex Fuerschke Head of Building Technology, Dexus Property Group
    Sheridan Ware Chief Information and Technology Officer, Charter Hall
    Richard Ferris Chief Technology Officer, AsBuilt
    Moderated by:
    Luke Dixon Head of Real Estate Research, AMP Capital
  • PropTech NEXT WebinarView Full Event
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    Creating a Tech Centric Strategy for your Business

    By Aaron McGhee Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Knight Frank Australia

    Hear Aaron McGhee discuss how he leads innovation within Knight Frank and how they identify, deploy and use Proptechs across their portfolio of buildings. Tune in to hear best practices and how Aaron approaches transforming the company’s technology practice through data analysis and other crucial aspects of their Proptech strategy. 

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