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Stellar panel of PropTech leaders confirmed for West London Property Lunch - Fri 17 Nov ....and Christmas Drinks at Westfield

Two sensational gatherings coming up to round off the 2017 WLB networking calendar...
Friday 17 November | 1 - 4pm
Venue: 1 Whitehall Place, Westminster, SW1A 2HE
The West London Late Autumn Property Lunch will take place at the National Liberal Club next Friday, 17 November. The theme of this property lunch will be "How is PropTech giving West London's property sector its edge?"
A stellar panel of speakers awaits in what promises to be one of our most stimulating property lunches of the year. Joining us will be:
Catherine Staniland, Director, New London Architecture – panel chair
New London Architecture (NLA) is an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture, planning, development and construction in the capital; with a core mission to bring people together to shape a better city.

Nigel Walley, Managing Director, Chimni
A property management platform for homeowners, Chimni is aiming to solve the problems around managing the weight and variety of documentation received and needed for reference when running a home. The Chiswick-based start-up has just been shortlisted in the inaugural Estates Gazette TechTalk Academy pitch competition.

Pae Natwilai, Founder and Director, Trik
The latest technology in Building Information Modeling, TRIK automatically turns drone photos into an interactive 3D model. TRIK work with drone operators, inspectors, surveyors and asset owners to develop the best drone software for structural inspection.

Paul Collins, Managing Director, Spica
SPICA provide a range of sensor driven solutions for the Facilities Management market. A specialist Internet of Things (IoT) Systems Integrator that uses a combination of technical assets, hardware (device) and software components, and IoT integration expertise to help businesses capitalise on the IoT opportunity.

Alan Fogarty, Partner, Cundall
A multi-disciplinary consultancy, Cundall are developing, via the Cundall R&D Fund, a simple Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ) monitoring system (IEQube®). The system has been trialed in their London office, the first building in Europe to achieve WELL Building Standard certification.
As always, the event will start with a drinks reception, followed by a three course lunch. Our sponsors vdoc will be on hand during the afternoon to share details of their multi-award winning healthcare solution for businesses, which is leveraging tech in exciting new ways.
The lunch will be rounded off with a Macallan Whisky Tasting Session. Regarded as one of the world’s most luxurious whisky, The Macallan represents the jewel in the crown of many collectors. You’ll have a chance to learn more about the history of The Macallan.
Thursday 7 December | 5 - 7pm
Venue: Westfield, Ariel Way, Shepherds Bush, W12 7GF
A popular fixture in the WLB calendar, our relaxed Christmas networking - kindly hosted by Westfield London - will bring 2017 to a close with plenty of festive cheer and good company.

The evening offers the opportunity to discuss and reflect upon an extremely eventful year for business with significant political-economic changes. We will also be celebrating the shortlists for the West London Business Awards 2018 and sharing more information on what Awards night on Thursday 1 February 2018 has in store!

There will be sparkling wine on arrival, followed by more drinks and light canapes.
Loud / funky / garish Christmas jumpers, ties and headgear are encouraged!
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