Thomas Brenzikofer

Thomas Brenzikofer

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Allthings is on a growth trajectory

Allthings can look back on a successful first half of the year. The Basel-based start-up has hired more staff and is involved in major projects. It also developed a real estate app featuring a digital concierge.

In addition to its headquarters in Basel, Allthings also has offices in Berlin and Freiburg im Breisgau. In recent months, the start-up grew its staff from 15 to 43 employees, according to a company newsletter.

Allthings was also named one of the winners at PropTechPitch 2017, as it announced in a statement. Organised by Bell Management Consultants, the event was attended by over 100 executives from the German real estate industry. After a five-minute presentation by each of the 32 candidates, 6 were named winners.

Allthings operates an intelligent platform of the same name that enables digital communication among property owners, property managers and tenants. The app includes a variety of digital services related to living and working in buildings. Part of the platform consists of a digital concierge in the form of what’s known as a chatbot, a type of artificial intelligence that can learn and evolve and is designed to automate communication between tenants and property managers.

Over the next three years, the real estate developer Losinger Marazzi will use the Allthings platform for an additional 45 property and real estate projects, and each project will be equipped with a customised app based on the Allthings platform. The two companies have already collaborated successfully on five projects in recent years.

Allthings has also entered into a cooperation with the moving platform MOVU to integrate MOVU into the Allthings platform.


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