Maponics Returns to Inman Connect Next Week

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Maponics is gearing up for Inman Connect next week where we will join more than 2,000 real estate leaders in San Francisco. This exciting four-day event is the premier real estate technology event for professionals that want to learn the latest tips and trends about the real estate industry and improve their career success. Given our many partners in the industry – including Zillow, Trulia, Keller Williams, Redfin, FannieMae GreatSchools – Connect is an exciting show for us.

As a provider of the most complete and relevant boundary data, Maponics provides the foundation of knowledge critical for many buyer and renter decisions in all areas of real estate. We have been proudly serving the real estate industry for more than a decade and always look forward to having face-to-face conversations and making new connections. The takeaways from those conversations, both for us and for the industry professionals we speak with, are often incredibly useful in  determining what factors are driving the current real estate market and how the market will evolve. 

This year’s conference includes a powerhouse lineup of well-known speakers. We’ll hear from folks like Ryan O’Hara, CEO of Move, Inc.; Amy Bohutinsky, chief marketing officer for Zillow; Google’s director of performance ads marketing, Matt Lawson; Michela O’Connor Abrams, president of Dwell Media; Dan Ariely, professor at Duke University and many more. It’s going to be a great week.

Maponics will be represented at the conference by our vice president of sales and business development, Mark Friend, senior account executive, Jeff Boaz and Jess Willis, director of marketing. If you’re attending the event, please stop by and say hello. Schedules are nearly filled for next week, so if you’d like to secure some time with one any of our attendees drop us a line at

Hope to see you in San Francisco!

Inman Connect San Francisco will take place at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square from Aug. 4-7, 2015.  More information can be found here.

Fun fact:  Over 70% of the top real estate websites rely on Maponics boundaries to power search and display for homebuyers and provide data for valuation, appraisals and other segments of the industry.