Business Unusual Panel
1:00 – 2:00 PM CT Register Now
Please note: No CE for this course.
Business as usual has been anything but, during the recent health crisis. Lessons were learned as agents and brokers had to adjust as the pandemic shifted the way everyone did business. Hear perspective from top industry stakeholders on what lessons they learned during their time in quarantine, how they shifted their relevancy proposition during the crisis, what they stopped (and started) doing when normalcy returned, and advice for Minnesota Realtors® as the industry continues to evolve.
Nobu Hata (Moderator) is a real estate industry tech, marketing, sales and industry outreach veteran Nobu is the CEO of the Denver Metro Association of Realtors and brings tactical tips, tricks and advice - based on real business execution - to help real estate business owners succeed and thrive in a rapidly evolving real estate industry.
Shay Hata (Panel Member) is an Ivy League grad, mom and residential Realtor in Chicago, IL with Berkshire Hathaway. She moved to Chicago in 2012 and jumped into real estate in a brand new city where she didn’t know anyone and was new to real estate. Within 3 years she was averaging $30M a year in real estate and now has a small team consisting of her, a buyer’s agent and four assistants.
Jeff Turner (Panel Member) specializes in helping technology startups understand and navigate the complexities of the North American real estate market. He is also an internationally recognized speaker on topics at the intersection of technology trends and human behavior. Currently, Jeff is building a new Real Estate Association Management platform called Tangilla, is Entrepreneur in Residence for Second Century Ventures, leads strategy at immoviewer, and is an advisor to multiple real estate technology startups.
Geoffrey Bray (Panel Member) is the co-owner and broker of Engel & Völkers Minneapolis. He started his career with the ambitious mission that he could make the entire real estate industry better. Fast-forward ten years into his career when he and his business partner, Lindsay Bacigalupo, were given the opportunity to bring Engel & Völkers, a European-based real estate brand to the Midwest.