Unissu targets growth of procurement platform

first_imgHome » News » Unissu targets growth of procurement platform previous nextProptechUnissu targets growth of procurement platformThe Negotiator6th December 20190876 Views Unissu.com, a proptech marketplace, has raised US$800,000 of investment led by M7 Real Estate with high profile experts in digital transformation in real estate. These include Harry Hill, Founder of Rightmove, the Central Europe-based Property Forum, Asia PropTech and Robert Gilchrist, the former CEO of Rockspring. Richard Croft, Executive Chairman of M7, has also joined Unissu’s board.We believe in the potential offered by innovative solutions offer the real estate industry, this is no exception.Founded by James Dearsley and Eddie Holmes, Unissu provides an easily navigable and free online platform that allows people to understand the technologies they require and matches them with suitable and trusted vendors. This latest round of funds will help to further scale the platform’s global procurement tool.Unissu CEO, Eddie Holmes said, “For many real estate companies considering the adoption of technology to grow their businesses, the key deterrents are often working out exactly what they need and subsequently finding a vendor that they can trust to meet those requirements. This is the primary reason that our procurement tool has quickly become firmly established as our key feature.“At no cost to the user it takes the pain out of this process and enables property firms to find the best technology solutions, wherever they may be in the world. From the other side of the equation, Unissu is also a valuable tool for opening new markets and finding new customers for new and established proptech suppliers around the world.”Richard Croft, Unissu Director and Executive Chairman of M7 added, “One of the key factors in our success in building M7’s international investment management platform has been our adoption and development of technology. We are ardent believers in the potential that innovative solutions offer the real estate industry and Unissu’s platform is no exception.”I, and the impressive group of co-investors James and Eddie have brought together, believe that this tool will become an increasingly invaluable weapon in the armoury of any property company that wants to use technology to add value to its business.”proptech marketplace James Dearsley online platform proptech technologies Eddie Holmes unissu December 6, 2019Jenny van BredaWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021 Hong Kong remains most expensive city to rent with London in 4th place30th April 2021last_img read more

Press release: Faith Minister calls on religious communities to bridge divides

first_img Hindu Cultural Society of Bradford Manchester – Gita Bhavan Hindu Temple Luton – Hindu Mandir Leicester – BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Media enquiries The report details how inter faith networks can encourage social mixing and play a key role in building strong, resilient communities. Reflecting on this evidence, Lord Bourne issued a call for individuals and religious institutions around the country to: recognise the valuable contribution of faith and belief institutions remain open to understanding those of other faiths and beliefs within your community reach and establish partnerships with other organisations encourage your faith institutions to join a local interfaith network establish interfaith networks in those areas where they don’t already exist Bradford – Thornbury centre Bradford – Anchor Project (Near Neighbours) North East – The Holy Biscuit Open Door North East If your enquiry is related to COVID-19 please check our guidance page first before you contact us – https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-for-local-government.If you still need to contact us please use the contact form above to get in touch, because of coronavirus (COVID-19). If you send it by post it will not receive a reply within normal timescale. Hindu Faith Projects General enquiries: please use this number if you are a member of the public 030 3444 0000 Church of England Over the past year I have travelled across the country meeting many religious communities, which have established hugely impressive interfaith networks, where religious groups come together to bridge divides and raise awareness. As we mark Inter Faith Week, there is no better time to celebrate faith groups around the country who are making a profound impact on their communities, and to encourage people of all faiths to support and lead inter faith activity in their area. Sikh Multifaith Kent – Global Generation Church Manchester – Chinese Buddhist Temple Kent – Shrine of St Augustine Luton – Roma Church Leicester – Jain Centre Leicester – Bahá’í Community North Lincolnshire Museum (Gypsy/Roma Roundtable) Wilberforce House Museum London – Green Room St Mungos Kent – Global Generation Church Kent – Moses Montefiore Synagogue and Mausoleum London – Bevis Marks Synagogue Manchester – Jewish Museum Canvey Island Bristol and West Progressive Progressive Synagogue Newcastle Luton United Synagogue Manchester – Sikh Gurdwara West Mids – Sikh Council UK Luton – Sikh Temple Other Christian Othercenter_img Please use this number if you are a journalist wishing to speak to Press Office 0303 444 1209 Email [email protected] Faith Minister, Lord Bourne today (14 November 2018) urged people and faith groups across the country to reach out to one another and build local networks to support their communities and to bridge divides and extend understanding.The call came as the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government published a new report to mark Inter Faith Week, championing the role faith groups play in their communities and highlighting the valuable inter faith work taking place around the country.The report, Belief in communities: bridging the divide, follows the Minister for Faith, Lord Bourne’s second national faith tour, which saw him visit places of worship around the country to better understand their role bringing people of different faiths and backgrounds together.From Holy Island in Northumberland to Canvey Island in Essex, Lord Bourne travelled far and wide to witness the work many religious institutions do alongside other faith groups from their communities to support the most vulnerable, help make their areas safer and cleaner, and tackle social issue such as loneliness.Minister for Faith Lord Bourne said: Bath Abbey Kent – Greek Orthodox Church and Community Hull – Seventh-Day Adventist Church Essex – Mountain of God, Calvary Church of God in Christ Bristo l- Methodist New Room Bath Moravian Church Lindisfarne Priory / The Parish Church of St. Mary the Virgin/ St.Cuthbert’s Centre / St.Aidan’s Roman Catholic Church West Midlands – Lozells Methodist Centre & Church London – Newington Green Unitarian Church London – Oasis Church and Hub (Baptist) West Midlands – Shree Krishna Temple Krishna 2 Marsham StreetLondonSW1P 4DF Further informationRead the full report, Belief in communities: bridging the divide.To see where Lord Bourne visited use #FaithTour2 on Twitter.Lord Bourne visited approximately 55 places of worship/faith projects during Faith Tour 2 – see below for a full list.Islamic Contact form https://forms.communit… Manchester Multifaith Centre Bristol Cathedral (Multifaith) Solihull Faith Forum Birmingham Council of Faiths London – Muslim Association of Nigeria (MANUK) North West – Khirza Mosque North East – Razia Jamia Mosque North East – Abu Bakr Mosque and Community Centre West Midlands – Bahu Trust West Midlands – Abrahamic Foundation Luton – Ali-Hira Centre Luton – Al-Hikmah School Madrasahs Bury Park site Leicester – Baitul Ikram Mosque Leicester – Masjid al Husayn North West – Islamic High School for Girls Office address and general enquiries Jewish Social media – MHCLG Twitter – https://twitter.com/mhclgFlickr – http://www.flickr.com/photos/mhclgLinkedIn – http://www.linkedin.com/company/mhclglast_img read more