Discover how to deliver customer-centric services in a connected age
As the housing sector enters a new decade, TECH@Housing is an opportunity to reflect on the big questions facing its future. How are our lives and homes evolving over the next ten years? How can we better serve customers in a connected age yet remain inclusive and accessible to all? What skills and talent are needed and how do we nurture or acquire them?
Technology has vast potential to address the sector’s biggest challenges. From contributing to the zero-carbon target of 2050 to delivering on Hackitt’s vision of the ‘golden thread’. IoT, AI and Big Data can be used in creative ways to predict risk and protect residents and properties. Yet how can the sector get past lip service and achieve scalable implementations that improve lives and save money? How can we do this securely and ethically?
TECH@Housing is taking place at Europe’s biggest sector gathering and is a powerful opportunity to bring together professionals across every discipline to find innovative solutions to housing’s biggest challenges. Come and hear inspiring out of sector and international case studies balanced with industry analysis to ensure practical “take home” learnings.
The next step on your journey to delivering customer-centric services fit for the 21st century starts here.
Top themes at TECH@Housing 2020:
"We found Housing 2019 to be a highly effective event and a great place to launch our new system. Overall the exhibition provided high quality leads and consistently high footfall throughout the three days. We were so impressed, that in 2020 we have decided to increase our stand size from 36m2 to 108m2"
Fire Door Systems
"The experience is a unique mix of networking, fun and learning. I have never experienced such a broad range of forward-thinking ways of hosting and presenting such as the silent talks that were happening around the venue and the model homes"
"In my opinion, it is the single important housing event of the year where all serious sector leaders convene. To miss the event you run the risk of failing behind the leading pack,"