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LandWey Launches Nigeria’s First Prop-Tech Lab

As forward-thinking innovators and disruptors constantly seeking to re-define the narrative in the real estate industry in Nigeria, LandWey launches the 1st ever Prop-Tech Lab for all real estate stakeholders.

This Prop-Tech Lab will provide the most vibrant, innovative tools, resources, think-tank and technical know-how that will prove to be indispensable for every real estate player in the 21st century.

Speaking on the closed door briefing of LandWey’s  Prop-Tech lab , Olawale Ayilara, the Founder/CEO of Landwey stated: “Tech and all of its accompanying mechanisms is here to stay. We cannot be seen to be working against its ideals and entrance, neither can we afford to be caught in the quagmire of obsoleteness. We move along with the changing times; hence the birth of Prop-Tech Lab Nigeria, we realize that tech is showing its hands in virtually every sector, including real estate”.

Ayilara continued: “There has never been a better time to jump on tech-driven methodologies and operations, especially now as tech begins to gain ground in our sector, we have to move along its fine lines of development. Prop-tech Lab will prove to be the opium of 21st century real estate business, in scope, in processes, as storehouse of information, knowhow, industry innovation and market stats, study, projections, forecasts, basically everything a real estate player needs to do business smartly and tech-like in the times in which we live.”

The Prop-Tech Lab Nigeria, opening January 10, 2020, will most assuredly provide the much-needed boost in terms of practical information, innovative platforms and tools direly needed in the real estate sector in Nigeria.

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