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PropTech and Hong Kong’s Role in China ft. Rainie Pan

Denzity has been one of the frontrunners in the PropTech space in Hong Kong. We really believe in technology’s power to enhance the industry! That’s why we are very glad to have Hong Kong PropTech Association’s managing director, Rainie on this Insights episode.

According to Rainie, HKPTA as an independent and non-profit organization aims to play a very vital role in Hong Kong and China’s real estate industries. Like Denzity, they recognise the importance that technology can play in the enhancement of the real estate experience, and have been striving to raise awareness and educate various relevant sectors about its power to enhance business operations, integrate solutions and create a better landscape for both local and overseas stakeholders. She also stresses the importance of using PropTech in the fight for environmental protection!
HKPTA mainly aims to build a collaborative ecoysystem bridging property developers and technology solution providers as well as PropTech startups (just like Denzity). Rainie believes that Hong Kong’s unique and historical position as the gateway to China is fundamental to further re-enforcing this ecosystem, proving as a testing ground and bridge for international investors/companies looking to enter into the mainland Chinese market. We further speak to her about today’s PropTech scene, Hong Kong’s speciality and HKPTA’s role locally and in China. Tune in to hear her thoughts in detail!

▶ About the Guest

Rainie Pan is the managing director of Hong Kong PropTech Association (HKPTA). The association consists of a team of professionals, experts and entrepreneurs from various industries such as PropTech, media, Real Estate and Finance. Their goal is to create a collaborative ecosystem that brings together property developers, investors, and emerging PropTech startups. They are dedicated to foster communication, drive innovation agenda within the property industry, and encourage technology-enabled solutions to improve lives, businesses, cities, and the environment.

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