The IE NextGen Program is an international forum that offers young professionals in the built environment and real estate industry a platform to voice their opinions, inspire and motivate others through NextGen interviews, share information about diverse career paths, and expand their professional network.
The primary goal of this forum is to facilitate discussions on major market trends, foster entrepreneurial initiatives with an open-minded mindset, and encourage multidisciplinary collaboration across real estate sectors beyond architecture and design.
Within the context of IE University and this forum, our central focus will be on enhancing the future of cities. This entails prioritizing sustainability while ensuring economic and social well-being for all
Unveil our NextGen Program at IE School of Architecture and Design as you delve into our brochure, exploring our archive of interviews, articles contributed by esteemed members of the International Talent Forum, and a sneak peek into our exciting lineup of upcoming activities. Prepare to be inspired!
To inspire the next generation of Real Estate professionals that will shape the future of cities and the built environment.
to be inspiring, inclusive, and committed.
Kelsea Crawford, an award-winning entrepreneur on the frontlines of exciting architectural innovations. Crawford, the CEO and co-founder of Cutwork Studio, a visionary team of architects, designers and engineers determined to redefine how space is used and shared in the modern world.
Lukas Kauer, founder of Fragile, joined an exclusive list of illustrious speakers to have graced this online forum. Fragile has managed to turn strategic imagination into innovative design solutions to help future-minded companies achieve global impact.
Enrique Ibáñez González, founder and director of Urbanmatters, started his career in the Netherlands, but he’s worked all over the world. When he joined us for the latest in the IE NextGen program, we knew we were in for some fascinating insights from the cutting edge of the architectural profession.
Bildia joined us to talk about how the company is making its mark on the construction industry: changing the dynamics of the procurement supply chain. Bildia is a cloud-based software ecosystem helping construction companies automate their processes.
From the Venture Lab to the International MBA, it was at IE University that Brooke began to think outside. The box and learn to take advantage of opportunities that came her way, including the opportunity to join The Venture City thanks to her IE University network.
DoveVivo’s Spain Director Irene Trujillo joined us to talk about a fast-growing phenomenon: coliving. Coliving has grown out of students’ and young professionals’ frustration with inaccessible urban accommodation, and money.
The behind-the-scenes experiences at Built-ID, a social impact tech company that focuses on building sustainable places for a better future. They accelerate collaboration and beneficial relationships between decision-makers and communities, by connecting diverse groups of people.
Connect Amenities, Services and People.” In it, they discussed their journey to building a workplace experience platform that allows teams to “navigate the workplace and stay connected from anywhere.”
The inspiring young professional gave us an inside look into the fast-paced world of financial data, and explained what inspired to found Menhir.
Mathew Glenny discussed his real estate career journey—from working for real estate giant JLL, to joining the team at property search engine Realla, to leading sales at CoStar.
WiredScore is championing cutting-edge technology in real estate. They provide the only certifications for rating the infrastructure and technological capacity of commercial and residential buildings, ensuring buildings can meet today’s expectations and tomorrow’s demands.
Sound Diplomacy is the leading global advisor on growing music and night time economies in cities. It has defined a new way of thinking about the value of music, and influenced over 100 cities to invest in music and culture.
Future Places Studio is a London-based research and strategy studio that works with the built environment sector. They help companies embark on new projects from a strategic research perspective, examining macro and micro elements and using that insight to create better places.
Join our NextGen International Talent Forum, where professionals in Real Estate, Architecture, Consultancy, Construction, and related fields collaborate on topics relevant to the built environment and cities. Our objective is to facilitate cross-border idea exchange among young talents.
As a member of the Forum, you'll participate in quarterly meetings with like-minded individuals from around the world. These sessions provide market updates, networking opportunities, and international business connections. We also create digital content, including blog posts, based on these discussions.
To express your interest, email Maria Prieto-Moreno, Senior Marketing Manager at IE School of Architecture.