Research by CBRE from 2017 showed that 84pc of landlords expect a rise in smart buildings as a result of tech innovation. Photo: Anthony WALLACE Research by CBRE from 2017 showed that 84pc of landlords expect a rise in smart buildings as a result of tech innovation. Photo: Anthony WALLACE
Research by CBRE from 2017 showed that 84pc of landlords expect a rise in smart buildings as a result of tech innovation. Photo: Anthony WALLACE
Tom Gaffney
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Tom Gaffney

Technology will help move the needle in Hong Kong’s traditional property market

Landlords face a unique challenge in understanding the needs of occupiers and their technology requirements

Research by CBRE from 2017 showed that 84pc of landlords expect a rise in smart buildings as a result of tech innovation. Photo: Anthony WALLACE Research by CBRE from 2017 showed that 84pc of landlords expect a rise in smart buildings as a result of tech innovation. Photo: Anthony WALLACE
Research by CBRE from 2017 showed that 84pc of landlords expect a rise in smart buildings as a result of tech innovation. Photo: Anthony WALLACE
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