The real-estate business has rapidly adapted to modernisation. While just a few years ago, booking a place to stay or selling a house was a laborious process, it can all now be done with a few clicks. Proptech startups are at the forefront of providing easy service for consumers and here are seven proptech startups that are bringing innovative solutions to the table and are growing fast.
Total funding: €4.3M
The startup Office App calls itself the most advanced engagement platform for professionals in offices. The company is poised to revolutionise the way office environments are utilised with its offering. One gets personalised experiences, room booking features, community building and maintenance requests, all from one app. The Office App has a broad ecosystem of fully integrated and collaborative partners in order to offer more than 100 functionalities, facilities and services such as local services and on-demand catering.
Founders: Jeroen Coumans, Marcel Lamers
Total funding: €2.8M
Lack of data and insight in space utilisation can cause offices to be inefficient, which may result in millions per annum. Lone Rooftop offers solutions to save on space and cost to decommission space through data-driven decisions, which enables significant cost savings. The company’s vision is to reduce the impact of the built environment on our planet by enabling enterprises utilise their office buildings as efficiently as possible.
Founders: Jeroen Arts, Frank Derks
Total funding: €1.5M
The well-known startup Deskbookers enables users to search and book for a perfect meeting space in your city. The startup is Europe’s largest flexible office and meeting space booking platform that also enables you to personalise your selected meeting space by booking extra facilities. The startup offers options for short and long term offices customised around a users’ needs.
Founders: Philip Verzun
Total funding: €530K
Consorto is a real-estate tech startup that connects professional investors with commercial real-estate investment opportunities across Europe. Its online platform enables you to register in minutes and start browsing through verified and off-market listings, or add your own property details. The offering features AI-driven deal matching and deal flow automation to give instant matches based on recent activities as well.
Founders: Burton Hamfelt, Samuel Alvarado
Total funding: €220K
ModelMe3D or MM3D is a proptech startup that offers an interactive 3D platform to gather, share and interact with city and building data for optimising urban planning and real estate development. With the company’s offering, one can create detailed plans for development with extensive levels of detail and data, and clickable 3D objects. The company’s software also enables sharing of projects for easier collaboration.
Operating since 2001, Funda is an online real-estate platform for real estate agents, consumers and entrepreneurs. The company has grown from a small website into a big marketplace that leads in terms of searching for finding real estate. One can register on the website to list their house on the platform and brokers can go through the listing as well. The company’s website is stated to have a notable 43 million visits per month and it has over 5,000 affiliated brokers registered with it.
Taking on Airbnb, but in a more snazzy manner, the startup Zoku provides rented accommodation for holiday and business travelers who want to live in the city anywhere from a few days to a few months. The startup is placing itself as a startup that creates a new category in the hotel industry, a “home-office hybrid.”
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