Mar 25, 2019 by Lauren Mauldwin
Kndrd is proud to announce Nabil Kabbani as the newest member of its board of directors. Nabil is a business powerhouse with the history to prove it. A glowing background in Tech firms, Fintech, and BPO/Services, plus a swath of CEO experience, makes him the perfect advisor to Kndrd. His global experience focuses on middle-market companies and divisions searching for $50-$500MM growth, while implementing vision, culture, and innovation.
Mar 20, 2019 by Christine McDannell
It's so much fun geeking out on what our future cities can possibly look like and function, then reverse engineering how to get there and what we will need to do NOW in order to make that happen. In reality, I think robots and humans can collectively work together in a harmonious way to fill in the gaps that each of us excel in. It isn’t a case of "BOTS are going to take over", but rather than we can get incredible things done together by embracing our respective strengths.
Mar 13, 2019 by Lauren Mauldwin
Revolutionary coliving software, Kndrd, has become part of the inaugural Techstars program, the Arcadis City of 2030 Accelerator, Powered by Techstars, in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Along with only 9 other startups, Kndrd was chosen from a pool of hundreds of competitive innovators from around the world, representing the best and brightest of technologies that will define the future of urban environments.
Mar 06, 2019 by Lauren Mauldwin
Miami: it’s the vibrant beachside city of tropical aesthetics, incredible architecture, and an Art Deco style that has residents and visitors swooning. While might not be on everyone’s radar yet for the housing and real estate scene, it’s likely going to be soon. What’s so special about living in Miami? What are the drawbacks, if any? Read on to find out.
Jan 02, 2019 by Christine McDannell
With the tendency for Gen Y/Millennials to pursue varied career options aside from a typical 9–5, their idea of work has also shifted. Among pioneering their own businesses and operating within a freelance economy, the value of contacts and surroundings has taken first priority. What does this mean for a home?