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Virgin Media Business Logo EditHear from the property technology firms bringing innovation to the sector at a special briefing in Manchester on Thursday 16 February organised by Place North West with Virgin Media Business.

This half-day free-to-attend briefing is aimed at developers, landlords and their advisers. Delegates will hear about the digital disruption beginning to affect property and the opportunities presented to property companies.

Speakers confirmed so far include:

Senior representatives from Virgin Media Business

Sebastian Abigail, senior director of VTS, New York-based real estate software giant

Tom Redmayne, director of WiredScore, accreditation scheme for ranking the connectivity of buildings that launched to the Manchester market in 2016

Jason Hawthorne, managing director of Wagstaffs Design, creator of VUCITY virtual modelling tool in joint venture with rights of light consultant GIA

Anne Dornan, head of innovation at Manchester Science Partnerships, a leading partner in CityVerve, the £10m Internet of Things pilot for the UK government

Brian Brosnan, founder of Propteq, global property technology summit held annually in London for proptech entrepreneurs to debate the latest trends

Paul Jones, commercial surveyor, Urban Splash, project managing fibre broadband installation in new developments

There will be a mixture of presentations and panel discussions during the event.

The venue is Holiday Inn City Centre, Aytoun Street, Manchester.

Digital Opportunities is due to take place from 8am to 12 noon on Thursday 16 February 2017.

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