Panel: Startups Transforming the Built Environment in Cities
Join us for a panel discussion with David Gilford, Senior Director at Intersection (https://www.intersection.com/), Jiro Otsuka, Program Manager of the Urban Future Lab (http://ufl.nyc/acre) at NYU, Amol Sarva, Founder of Knotel (http://amolsarva.com/), and Andrew Carter, Founder of SmallHold (http://smallhold.co/).
How are technology and startups changing the way people live and work in cities? Shared workspaces, urban farms, ridesharing, and other trends are reshaping how people utilize space in urban areas. By harnessing the power of new technologies, innovative entrepreneurs can make urban ecosystems more sustainable, livable, and resilient. These startups tend to have a large impact on the built environment of cities.
This panel will explore:
-How urban tech startups are increasing access and utilization to space
-The future of work in tech-enabled cities
-How startups in these sectors are creating a more sustainable future
-How technology can complement urban public policy
Agenda: 6:30 Networking | 7:15 Panel Discussion | 8:00 Networking