The APAC region is home to half of the world’s population and probably the most important when it comes to built world technology.
We are excited to announce we have moved to a new location in Vatika Towers, Gurugram.We spent the last couple of years in a building a few miles away – while our old office stood us in good stead and we will remember it fondly, we couldn’t be more excited about our new space.
BuildSupply won the ‘PropTech Startup of the Year’ award at the Realty PropTECH Summit and INEX Conclave 2019
The theme of the conclave was ‘A Fusion of the Finest in Technology & Design’ where various industry pioneers and leaders discussed the role of technology in shaping the real estate sector.
Delighted to have our early believers continue to support us in our next phase of growth. Real estate and construction are perhaps the last frontier for tech enablement and we are proud to be at the forefront of that.
We’re built to size each other up quickly. Even if we’re presented with lots of evidence to the contrary, we’re attached to our initial impressions – which is why people are aware of the impression they make.
Advancements in technology are gradually replacing the outdated processes and operational tactics of the traditional real estate industry with innovative methodologies.
Delivered on July 1, 2017 as a masterstroke poised to iron out the complexities of multiple taxation in India, GST (or Goods & Service Tax) completed one year of its implementation.
In the 21 st century, no business or industry can remain untouched by technology for long. This disruption by innovation is taking shape in the Indian real estate sector as well, if the latest numbers are anything to go by. Since 2013, proptech in India has seen 77 deals being made, amounting to US$928 million.
Imagine a time and space in the future where no one owns any cars as it is a lot easier to ride share. The need for parking lots has disappeared as all vehicles are mobile all the time and are being utilised to their full capacity.