The EG Tech Awards are back for their fifth year in 2022 and, for the first time, you can choose how you get in on the action as we will be opening both our virtual and in-real-life doors to you on 6 July.
Our judges spent two days debating and deliberating as they whittled down more than 200 entries across 12 categories. Our shortlisted companies and individuals didn’t just impress the judges with financial prowess and fundraising success stories, they proved they are doing something significant within the built environment to tackle the vital issues it is currently facing.
Congratulations to everyone who has been shortlisted for the Tech Awards 2022. A formidable list and one that reflects the focus and commitment of a sector navigating great change.
In partnership with Peloton Commercial
This award recognises the best use of tech to improve the sustainability of a building, scheme, city and beyond. It will also celebrate the best wellbeing innovations in property. We want to know how the technology is implemented, how it works and how the impact is measured.
- Ashby Capital
In partnership with GPE
This award will celebrate a technology or solution that elevates wider building portfolios and larger schemes to new heights by focusing on place and space making. Open to global companies and projects judges will be looking for an example of an innovation that looks beyond an individual building and focuses on making the most of the bigger picture – the space in and around a larger area or scheme.
- Built- ID
- Spike Global
Innovation Award (product)
This award is open to any fresh product developed by a business or individual which can be proven to be truly innovative. Either a new product or a product addition, upgrade or update within the period under review the product must be past initial concept stage and should demonstrate measurable success. The product can apply to any area of tech and/or real estate.
- SIERA by EVORA
- Smart Spaces
- Urban Intelligence
Innovation Award (building)
In partnership with HqO
An award open to any building around the world that can demonstrate measurable innovative qualities and/or returns. While we are looking for evidence of an innovative building in its entirety rather than a focus on a specific element or product, we are interested in a brief description of the drivers promoting that overall innovation including, but not limited to, internal systems, construction techniques and tech-enabled design.
- 30, Lighterman, TSP
Innovation Award (business)
Has your company or team demonstrated a particularly innovative approach to business over the past year? If so, then this could be the award for you. We are looking for a team or company that has worked together to deliver innovative solutions whether that is as part of their own company structure or for another tech or real estate company. As there is a separate innovation award for product, the winner of this category will have to go beyond showing evidence of innovative output in isolation and will need to demonstrate how they worked together using innovative thought-processes and strategies within the business. This award is for a company which has delivered a truly innovative different business model and/or way of thinking.
- EVORA Global
Construction and Infrastructure Award
The winner of this award will have demonstrated that they have made the best use of technology to facilitate, create or improve a construction and infrastructure project or process. Open to companies and projects, the winner of this award must demonstrate how using technology and/or data has delivered tangible benefits to construction projects from supply chain management right through to delivery.
- Blend Network
- Glide Group
- LDS Sales Guarantees
In partnership with Hollis
This award recognises the best use of technology to support property investment, either to raise funds, reduce risk, identify an opportunity or speed up transactions. Open to global entrants, judges will want to see evidence of new technology – or new ways of using existing technology – being skilfully employed to improve the investment process. Entries must include demonstrable, tangible benefits and/or examples of measurable success.
- Lend Invest
An award for the best use of technology to improve productivity in buildings or cities. Judges will be looking for evidence of how technology has been used to increase productivity of ether the physical asset/city or the people within it. Or indeed both. Entries must include demonstrable, tangible benefits of improved productivity. As an example, if the entry in question relates to an office then fewer sick days, increased use of space/reduction of person/sq ft) or increased productivity of a building through use of robots would all be strong measures of success. These criteria and examples will obviously differ depending on the focus of each individual entry.
- Smart Spaces
- Urban Intelligence
Bridging the Gap Award
In partnership with HB Reavis
One of our most popular awards, the winner in this category will be an individual who can demonstrate true leadership in the sector and plays a major role in bringing the worlds of technology and real estate closer together. Judges will be looking for someone in the sector who is widely recognised as expanding the awareness and adoption of technology. This individual should also have a proven track record of understanding and appreciating the relationship between tech and real estate.
- Gregory Dewerpe, A/O PropTech
- Zac Goodman, TSP
- Ami Kotecha, Amro Partners
- James Pellatt, GPE
- Savannah de Savary, Built- ID
- Naqash Tahir, PGIM Real Estate
- Jordan Toulson, AICO HomeLINK
- Tom Willcock, Hollis
Real Estate Digital Outstanding Achievement Award
In partnership with Twinview
Another new award in 2020 and now in its second year, the winner will represent a property company, organisation, team or individual that has demonstrated truly outstanding commitment to technology within the sector. Whether it’s a programme, a deal, an example of digital transformation or a bold move, change or hire – we want to find the people and companies making a real, committed and prolonged difference.
- RED Foundation
- Urban Intelligence
Real Estate Digital Rising Star Award
In partnership with Retransform
Fresh out of university? Just started out in real estate? Or perhaps you are a property professional or veteran who has pivoted/changed direction or innovated either within a larger organisation or by braving the start-up world? Whatever stage you are in your career, if you have embarked on or started something fresh, we want to hear from you. Open to anyone who can demonstrate Rising Star status from January 2021 – February 2021, anything goes as long as it proves innovation and success.
- Anthony Atkinson
- Levi Levenfiche
- Ella Walter
Tech Investment Award
In partnership with Essensys
An award to celebrate the people putting their money where their mouths are. From real estate companies to VCs and institutional investors, this award is open to anyone who made a significant investment (either in terms of capital or impact) in the tech space between January 2021 and December 2021.
- A/O Proptech
- MYRE Capital
- PI Labs