Written by Hayley Bromfield • Published 16th October 2017 • 2 minute read

The days of the trusted estate agents have gone, with robo-advisors, online platforms and big data taking over the property market. This year, to celebrate all of the recent innovation within the property sector, we wanted to shed some light on the leaders in the field who will be attending MIPIM this week.

From real estate professionals to tech experts, this year’s conference will showcase all the exciting innovations that are set to take place over the next 12 months.

We’ve picked out our top 6 companies who we believe are the ones to watch out for at MIPIM this year.

If you like the sound of our choices and want to talk about taking your PR outreach to the next level, drop us a line by commenting below or sending us an email. We’ll be heading to MIPIM and would love to meet you!

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Tackling the tenant/landlord relationship from behind the scenes, Engage are the latest company looking to streamline the rental experience through their cutting edge self-service communications, payments and lifestyle portal. Designed for housing associations, landlords and even letting agencies, the platform can perform a range of services, including guiding tenants through their pre-tenancy agreements and providing tenants with information about their new neighbourhood.


Access to data is key to fully understand the property market and Datscha have recognised this creating a system that collects, aggregates and then presents public and proprietary real estate information, saving professionals hours spent on research. Originally founded in Sweden, the company launched in the UK last year, having previously worked with the UK land registry.

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Tackling some of the toughest challenges faced by corporations, Honeywell creates and maintains technology which addresses the global macro trends, including energy efficiency, safety and security and building automation. Utilising the powers of connectivity, Honeywell works with corporations to improve how buildings operate and the experiences they offer to occupants.


With the rise of connected homes, comes the rise of smart buildings and the need for advance management systems. This is where OpenSensors comes in, aggregating data from a variety of sensors to help businesses make the most of their workspace, recognising that space is your most valuable asset.  The company, which refers to itself as the largest IoT open data community in the world, works closely with hardware partners to deploy, maintain and monitor sensors which can provide a wealth of information on the space.

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With 80 percent of global internet traffic set to be driven by video content by 2019, Showhouz have recognised the need for professional videos to help boost house sales. The company, which creates and shares quality video tours, recognised the best way to increase enquiries and sales is through efficient marketing content.

IP Exchange

Recognising the struggles that operators face when looking after flexible workspaces, IP Exchange have created a business centre model which looks after your internet, IT, telephone and communications requirements, so you can sit back and know that the technology is being looked after.