The CEO of Alfred to present on the future of residential living at the 2022 LEW Conference
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Marcela Sapone, the Co-Founder and CEO of Alfred, joins the 2022 Leading Entrepreneurs of the World Conference to talk about the future of residential living!
At Alfred, Marcela and her team believe in a more sustainable and conscientious way of living. Launched in 2015, Alfred, the leading resident experience and building management platform, operates in 44 cities across 2 countries, supporting over 250,000 residents and counting.
Register to attend the 2022 LEW Conference to watch Marcela’s live session and to connect with her at the event:
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Alfred is the leading resident experience and building management platform that is changing the way we live. Through tech-enabled resident services and community engagement offerings, Alfred builds intuitive support and personalized experiences into the most important space in our lives: our homes. Alfred is currently available in 44 cities across the U.S. and Canada. Operating at the intersection of real estate, hospitality, and technology, Alfred embraces a diversity of experiences and perspectives in order to bring about meaningful change for how we live together. Alfred
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