July 15, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval
In real estate, to stay on top you have to stay ahead. That’s why it’s important to keep up with new ideas and technologies that can help increase revenues and manage costs. With that in mind we’d like to introduce you to two companies that are doing just that:
- Crown Electrokinetics (NASDAQ: CRKN): A technology manufacturing company poised to disrupt the $10B smart-glass industry. Using pigment-based film called DynamicTint™, their product allows a glass surface to transition between clear and dark in seconds without external power. This energy-saving technology can pay for itself in as little as 12 months.
- ETS (Engineered Technology Services): A fintech company that partners with the top tower construction firms to build out 5G networks for all carriers nationally. 5G requires transmitters every 5 city blocks thus carriers have been scrambling to find commercial real estate locations to deploy the network as fast as possible. This creates additional cash flow for commercial real estate, generating predictable revenue from contracts that run up to 40 years.
Join our webinar to hear from both companies’ leaders and learn how their businesses are helping change the equation in commercial real estate.
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