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Local Experts, Parkbench, and Escaping the Local News Graveyard

by Drew Meyers on 3:00 pm March 26, 2017

Rob Hahn got me thinking about the topic of local experts again. If you haven’t noticed by now, it’s a topic that I’ve been thinking about for a long time. Parkbench, the subject of a recent founder interview, is a neighborhood news platform helping real estate agents be the digital mayor of their neighborhood. They actually refer to it as a Local Leader Real Estate Marketing System (truthfully, I’m not exactly sure what that means). A bit more about their model: Real Estate is a relationship based business and … Read More »

Meet the RE Tech Entrepreneur: Grant Findlay-Shirras from Parkbench

by Drew Meyers on 6:17 pm March 5, 2017

In our latest real estate tech interview, we’re talking with Grant Findlay-Shirras from Parkbench. Based in Toronto, Parkbench is neighborhood news platform. I met Grant in New York and had a chance to talk through their product and business model a bit. Having worked at Zillow, launched local market explorer, built a “cliff notes version of TripAdvisor” product called welcome kits, and consulted for StreetAdvisor for a year — the hyper local space is one I know well, though I’ll save my own thoughts for a future post. Without further … Read More »

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