Two we’re listening to
If you’re searching for a high-energy, no-nonsense and entertaining podcast in the real estate tech space, this one’s for you. New York City developer Eric Brody is the host, “judge, jury and executioner” on Real Tech Talk, Tomorrow’s PropTech Today. Sponsored by Anax Ventures, this podcast pulls no punches to cut through all the noise in the industry. Case in point, check out Eric’s conversation with serial entrepreneur Andrew Weinreich, as they break down How AI is Changing Property, PropTech & ConTech. If you have scrolled through any social media lately, you know there is absolutely no hotter topic than AI right now.
This award-winning workplace podcast by the Financial Times will keep “you up to date on the post-pandemic trends shaking up workplaces worldwide.” Every Wednesday, Isabel Berwick hosts experts that dig into the new trends and big ideas that are impacting today’s workforce. Hybrid and flexible working and more is analysed in, The future of work: predictions for 2023. In this episode, Isabel is joined by Financial Times colleagues Taylor Nicole Rogers, the US labour and employment correspondent, and Sophia Smith, Working It newsletter editor, to explore the workplace trends from 2022 we can expect to stick around in 2023.
This podcast by Commercial Property Executive covers various topics within the commercial real estate industry. Each episode features conversations with leading industry professionals, discussing insights, trends, legislation and more. Of particular interest is the episode on Human-Centric Buildings, where Therese Fitzgerald, Executive Editor at CPE, and Heidi Creighton, Vice President of Sustainability Skanska USA Commercial Development, discuss sustainable design and development. Creighton explains the strong correlation between buildings that are good for people and buildings that are environmentally sustainable.
This podcast, hosted by Nate Smoyer, Head of Marketing at Obie, dives deep into the world of proptech. It features interviews with some of the biggest leaders in the industry who are using technology and innovative solutions to transform the way we buy, sell and invest in real estate. Check out the episode titled It’s All About the People in Property Management, featuring Joe Polverari, Co-founder of PURE Property Management. Joe touches on the tech-enabled transformation taking place in property management, and explains that the secret to the exponential growth and success of his business is people.
This interview-style podcast produced by The Advocate magazine and hosted by Jeffrey Masters features a new high-profile LGBTQ+ guest each week. Masters is known for diving beneath the surface to discover important life moments that define his interviewees. In the episode titled LZ Granderson: Life Out Loud, Granderson opens up about his experiences as a Black, gay male in the sports journalism industry in the ‘90s and today. He describes how in some roles he was a trailblazer, setting a standard for diversity in public figures, but in others he was held back, scrutinized and even exploited.
This podcast features host Chad Griffiths, interviewing experts and investors on trending topics in the industrial and commercial real estate industry. His expertise as a NAI Commercial Real Estate partner and his passion for the industry make for insightful and important conversations with his variety of guests. In a recent episode titled How You Can Benefit From Proptech, Griffiths is joined by Eddie Holmes, co-founder of Unissu. Their live discussion covered the current and future states of the proptech industry and how real estate investors can use proptech to enhance their properties.
This podcast from REALPAC, hosted by CEO Michael Brooks, features conversations with Commercial Real Estate leaders in both the Canadian and international markets. Each guest shares creative insights and perspectives on salient topics in commercial real estate today. Of particular interest is the most recent episode featuring Antony Slumbers, a UK-based and globally recognized expert on proptech and ‘space-as-a-service’. In this episode, Reimagining the Office, Slumbers shares his vision on reconceptualizing office spaces to stay useful and relevant in the current, post-pandemic state of the workplace.
This podcast from NPR features host, Guy Raz, in conversation with renowned business leaders discussing the stories behind some of the world’s top companies, including founders from Goodreads and the Discovery Channel. Each episode is filled with in-depth anecdotes about the struggles and successes that came along with building their now acclaimed businesses. A notable episode is where Guy talks with entrepreneurs Andy Puddicombe and Rich Pierson and their journey creating Headspace, a guided meditation app that has helped many find peace in their busy lives.
The Brainy Business Podcast will teach you everything you need to know about the mind of the consumer, delivered in a highly entertaining, insightful and applicable manner. Using behavioral economics, host Melina Palmer offers fascinating, top-quality and relatable advice that is both useful for your business or average consumer! Episode 175, ‘How to Avoid Disasters When Returning to the Office’ features Dr. Gleb Tsipursky, CEO of Disaster Avoidance Experts and explores the mistakes and best practices for a business when developing a workplace plan.
Sabine Ehm is the host of the Locatee produced podcast The Workplace Leader. In the series, Sabine speaks with Corporate Real Estate leaders who are making decisions every day that are shaping the next generation of the workplace. Episode 30, ‘Using real estate as a service to create experience’, features Sheila Botting, Principal & President, Americas Professional Services at Avison Young. At HILO, we admire anyone committed to creating the experiences that people in buildings truly need, and in this episode Sheila shares a wealth of insightful lessons she has learned throughout her career.
The PandaDoc Customer Engagement Lab Podcast is one that breaks molds, fosters thoughtful discussion, and will truly keep you entertained. New episodes are posted every week with guests who bring rich experience in sales, marketing, and customer success. Their episode ‘Pattern interrupting sales cow says MOOOOOVE this opp to closed-won’ (a fun title for a fun episode!) delves into the value of disarming honesty and transparency when selling and marketing. You’ll also hear PandaDoc’s Director of Sales Development, Troy Barter, break down the key components to strong sellers.
The Financial Post’s podcast series covers what you need to know about Canadian business each week in under 30 minutes. With new episodes posted weekly, there is always fresh content about emerging themes in business, and influential guests sharing unique perspectives. We gained a lot of insight in the episode titled ‘Death of the office, no. But there will be an evolution.’ In this episode, the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn talks to RioCan CEO, Jonathan Gitlin about re-opening offices and how the pandemic is changing the commercial real estate landscape.
In this podcast from real estate investment firm Ivanhoé Cambridge, a roster of expert architects, CEOs, organizational behavioralists, data scientists and more, wrangle over the future of the workplace. We loved the episode led by workspace design expert Annie Bergeron on ‘Connection and Community’ with guests David Steinbach, Global Chief Investment Officer and Co-head of Investment Management at real estate leader Hines; Dr. Pragya Agarwal, an award-winning behavioural scientist, data scientist, inclusivity and diversity consultant, journalist and speaker; and Sylvain Fortier, Ivanhoé Cambridge’s Chief Investment and Innovation Officer.
Host Susan Freeman is an experienced real estate lawyer and Partner at UK law firm Mishcon de Reya LLP. Susan invites a variety of property personalities that define and make a difference in the real estate industry. In her most recent episode, Susan interviews Basil Demeroutis, Managing Partner of FORE Partnership about real estate development with a purpose. FORE uses a holistic approach that brings together environmental sustainability, social impact, and an appreciation for how people live, work, and interact.
This podcast is about exploring five timeless principles that increase the profitability of your business and the joy in your life. Hosted by Bob Burg, co-author of the book by the same name, and features episodes with insight from great guests as well as tons of learning from Bob himself. We loved episode 164 where Bob hosts Steve Glaveski, founder of Collective Campus, who shared 6 great strategies for being more productive at work.
This podcast features leaders shaping commercial real estate. Episodes tackle important topics of today with experts offering their unique points of view. Recent TEN podcast guest, Kay Sargent from HOK is featured in an episode where she talks about how the pandemic forced real estate to embrace change and adapt in order to survive. Hosted by Vlad Bosanac, Co-founder of San Francisco Bay Area real estate news organization, The Registry.
This podcast from audiochuck is a 12-part comedy podcast examining the hidden truth in holiday newsletters. Ashley Flowers is joined by comedians Holly Laurent and Greg Hess who read between the lines of those family emails, Facebook messages and letters that seem a little too good to be true. Each new episode is funnier than the last. We recommend starting at the beginning and listening to all of them over the winter break!
Veteran humorist and public radio host John Moe hosts this podcast which features comedians sharing insight and laughs around how they deal with depression. Depression is an incredibly common and isolating disease experienced by millions, yet often stigmatized by society. One of the latest episodes features fellow Canadian Steven Page, who shares how he writes songs that have many intricate layers.
Host Michael Bull discusses CRE forecasting, trends and insights. Each episode features expert guests including economists, analysts and industry leaders. The podcast has been covering the “Corona Time” impacts on different markets, and we were very interested in the recent episode around Office Demand Expectations with guests from CoStar and PwC’s Strategy&.
Dubbed “A podcast about a decade that changed the world”, Kathy Kenzora shares interesting learning about pop culture, fads, media, and news stories that defined the 90’s. We loved the episode about Beanie Babies, exposing some of the theft and fraud that came along with the colourful and cute toys.
We love this podcast series hosted by Lorri Rowlandson, SVP at BGIS, because it focuses on the intersection of technology, innovation and disruption around the future of business and the workplace. The Evolution of Post-COVID-19 Workplace Culture, Collaboration, and Spaces With Technology is a recent episode that shares ways to create engagement in our new reality, and asks if we are seeing the death of the office? The answer is not likely, and we couldn’t agree more!
LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman hosts leading business entrepreneurs that have taken their companies from zero to unicorn. We particularly loved a recent episode that featured Dan Schulman, President and CEO of PayPal interviewed by former editor-in-chief of Fast Company, Bob Safian. In the podcast, Dan outlines the plan his company has set in motion to make a longterm impact in the fight for racial justice by closing the wealth gap.
On our favourite episode recently, hosts Aaron Cameron and Adam Powadiuk interview the CEO and founder of KingSett Capital, Jon Love. The episode covers topics ranging from going on the offence during the COVID-19 Pandemic and its effects on Commercial Real Estate, Sidewalk Labs cancelling the Quayside project in Toronto, and some advice from John about how to make a name for yourself right now.
This podcast outlines new and exciting innovations in property and real estate. Each episode features a new technology that is enhancing the world of real estate. As the world evolves and changes as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, proptech innovations that keep our workplaces safe and efficient will be at the forefront.
This is a fantastic podcast hosted by Roman Mars, which uncovers the power of design and architecture that goes unnoticed in our daily lives. Each episode explores a facet of our world which meticulous design has so tactfully shaped into an “ordinary” experience. One of our faves is Missing the Bus (episode 388). The transit system of our home base, Toronto, even gets a shout-out.
This podcast is focused on Commercial Real Estate investing. Hosts Adam Hooper and Andrew Norborg feature guests from across the industry, each providing useful information on CRE investing, market updates, current events, and their impact on the Industry. The latest episode features Carl Whitaker of @RealPage as he breaks down the Multifamily Market.
Host Shane Parrish provides what WIRED magazine calls “A regular dose of insightful perspectives on life and success from a huge range of backgrounds and experiences”. We particularly enjoyed the interview with entrepreneur, angel investor, author and podcaster, Jason Calacanis. (Jason hosts his own podcasts, This Week In Startups and Angel.