WiredScore appoints Sean Recht as Head of Midwest region

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9 / 24 / 2021

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Sean Recht – WiredScore Head of Midwest Markets
Sean, who was previously at CoStar, will oversee business development for all WiredScore’s product lines across Midwest states including; Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, Indiana, Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas.

21 September, 2021, Chicago, Illinois: WiredScore, the global company behind the internationally recognized digital connectivity rating platform for real estate, has today announced the appointment of Sean Recht as Head of Midwest region.

Sean, who was previously at CoStar, will oversee business development for all WiredScore’s product lines across Midwest states including; Illinois, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, Indiana, Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas.

Working with the company’s existing client base, the role will see Sean supporting on portfolios and developments across the region. Alongside this, he will be responsible for driving new business relationships with real estate organizations new to WiredScore whilst educating the wider marketing, including brokers, architects, engineers and occupiers, on the importance of digital connectivity and in-building technology for the future of real estate.

Andrew Freitas, Director of Business Development, North America, commented:
“We are very pleased to be announcing the addition of Sean to the WiredScore team. With a strong background in real estate, he will bring with him an excellent level of knowledge about the Midwest’s commercial real estate market and therefore be paramount in growing the presence of the company across the region.”

Tom Redmayne, North America Managing Director, WiredScore added:
“The appointment of Sean as Head of Midwest region is testament to our growth across North America. Following the launch of WiredScore Home in June in conjunction with National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC), WiredScore now offers three products (as well as WiredScore for office and SmartScore) across the US and Canada, all with the view to making the world’s buildings better connected, enabling a more collaborative, innovative and dynamic future.”

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