GBAR :: ROADSHOW CONFERENCE & TRADESHOW

Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library
Formerly known as The National Heritage Museum
33 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA










SPEAKERS

Chris Smith is the co-founder of Curaytor and host of the popular weekly webshow called 'Water Cooler'. He was recently named the most influential person in the real estate industry. He is one of the most sought after speakers and has appeared at every major real estate conference on the topics of digital marketing, mobile apps, social media, video production and emerging data trends. He has built a large and engaged following both online and off by providing practical, useful and helpful content which is driven by his passion for the success of others.

Chris currently works for dotloop, as the Chief Paper Killer. Prior, he served as the chief evangelist for Inman News, co-hosting their popular Real Estate Connect and Agent Reboot live events and he co- founded the award winning blog Tech Savvy Agent while working for Move Inc. (MOVE).

Jimmy Mackin is the co-founder of the real estate industries first social conversation search engine - Curaytor.com. He is the host of the Water Cooler, the #1 rated real estate web show in iTunes. Jimmy was recently named as one of the 100 Most Influential People in 2013 by Inman News and his company, Curaytor.com was named in Housing Wires top 50 Real Estate Companies of 2013.

 

 

Linda Davis speaks on Social Media and other real estate technology solutions to real estate professionals around the country. Linda has taught several CE courses as well as the GRI technology module. She was previously chosen as a Product Review Team Leader for Inman News and now serves on SnapScanís Community Blog Squad.

Linda helps coach and present webinars at the Tech Byte where she is known as the "Seasoned Geek" for her ability to connect with students of all ages. She has been blogging since September 2005 and currently writes and maintains several blogs. "Simply Ledyard", tackles real estate, land use issues and even local politics, mostly with a sense of humor. In 2008, Linda was named one of the Top 12 Women Real Estate Bloggers by the respected Sellsius Real Estate Marketing Blog.