Proptech, off the back of a record funding year, has seen startups both thrive and struggle to survive in the midst of the pandemic.
Business Insider spoke to seven venture-capital investors about the future of proptech.
Businesses that promote sanitation, social distancing, or provide new revenue streams are doing well, with increased interest from customers and vendors.
The lease-arbitrage model is a big loser in both the hospitality and flexible-office space. Slowing transaction volumes and...
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