November 7th to 11th, 2022
WealthPark is hosting an event at an international conference on the theme of "Connect Value" to create value by connecting Japanese and U.S. PropTech companies with each other.
Join us to find out the global major trends of real estate technology!
“NYC Real Estate Tech Week” is the world’s largest real estate tech conference held in New York, USA every year in early November, with panel discussions and exhibitions featuring the real estate sector outlook and latest real estate tech trends over the course of a week.
In 2018 and 2019, WealthPark participated in this conference and hosted an event named “WealthPark NYC”. Under the theme of 'Connect Value', we invited leading Japanese and U.S. real estate companies, real estate tech companies, financial institutions, and investors to participate in the event, where they were able to learn and feel how the real estate industry is changing through attending a variety of presentations and sharing sessions. Our goal has been to create new value by connecting all industry participants with each other.
As life is slowly returning to pre-pandemic normal, we are happy to announce “WealthPark NYC 2022” to be held this year after a two-year break. In addition to our one-day event, participants will also be able to attend a variety of events hosted by “NYC Real Estate Tech Week”, as well as networking opportunities with local companies and business tours to experience the global alternative asset trends. We sincerely look forward to meeting you all in New York.
*Event is subject to cancellation or change due to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) in Japan and the U.S. In case of cancellation, an official announcement will be made by the end of September 2022.
*As of August 2022, all travelers to the U.S., except U.S. citizens, permanent residents and immigrant visa holders, will be required to provide proof of completed COVID-19 vaccination (minimum two doses are required for Pfizer and Moderna) before boarding a flight to the U.S..
*For more information, please check on the website of the airline or the U.S. Embassy in your home countries.
525 W 24th Street, New York NY 10011
Speakers will be updated as soon as they are confirmed
(Vice President on the Climate Technology investment team)
(Director of Sales Engineering - North America）
Kay (Kosuke) Kato
(CEO & Co-founder)
Economic Affairs Division,
Consulate-General of Japan in New York
Eurasia Group Japan Representative
& Board Member)
Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd.
(Chief HOMETACT Project Leader, Housing Business Planning Department)
& General Partner)
*Company affiliations and titles are as of the time of the interview.
“We absolutely believe there is an opportunity for Proptech firms across markets to collaborate.”
― K.C. Cleary / Fifth Wall (Partner)
“One of the biggest challenges of collaborating between Japan and US is to have partners on the ground.”
― Curren McKay / AskPorter (CCO)
“I definitely see that Japanese and American companies are going to continue to be able to forge a strong partnerships together.”
― Andrea Jang / JJL Spark (Growth Lead)
Q: What are the COVID-19 vaccine requirements for travel to the U.S.?
A: As of September 2022, all travelers to the U.S., except U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents and immigrant visa holders, will be required to provide proof of completed COVID-19 vaccinations (minimum two doses required for Pfizer and Moderna) before boarding a flight to the U.S..
If you have already been vaccinated, you must travel with a Certificate of Vaccination to be submitted to the airline prior to departure from the U.S.. The Certificate of Vaccination must be a paper or digital certificate issued by a public body that lists the traveler's name and date of birth, product names of vaccines, and vaccination dates.
For more information, please check on the website of the airline or the U.S. Embassy in your home countries.
In addition to the vaccination certificate, you will also need to obtain an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA).
Q: Is negative proof of PCR required for entry into Japan from the U.S.?
A: Starting from September 7, 2022, if you hold a valid vaccination certificate (3 or more vaccinations), you are NOT required to submit a negative proof of PCR. If you have been vaccinated two doses, you must be tested locally within 72 hours prior to departure and present a negative proof of PCR issued by a medical institution at the time of entry into Japan.
Q: Do I have any free time during the stay in New York?
A: Yes, there will be some time for free activities during your stay. Also, during the Propel by MIPIM event(11/9-11/10), you can stay at the venue with us or have your own free time.
Q: Is it possible to only participate in some of the planned activities?
A: Yes. Please consult with us for details.
Q: How can I apply?
A: Please kindly contact us and then we will send you an application form.