Eden Dwek joins WiredScore from KPMG

29 April 2019 Consultancy.uk

KPMG real estate technology specialist Eden Dwek has been confirmed as the new Head of Corporate Development at WiredScore. He will focus on the implementation of the Wired Certification across the UK and Europe at the connectivity rating scheme company.

WiredScore was founded in New York in 2013 by leaders in real estate, technology and telecommunications, with endorsement from Mayor Bloomberg. The idea was to improve the city’s technology infrastructure, and support entrepreneurs who were driving technological advances and creating jobs. WiredScore is a provider of the Wired Certification: a recognised digital connectivity rating system for commercial real estate that offers landlords the opportunity to design and promote their buildings’ digital connectivity to tenants by assigning buildings a rating of silver, gold or platinum.

After its successful launch in the US, WiredScore expanded into the UK in 2015, having won the Greater London Authority’s tender to be the official Mayor of London Digital Connectivity Rating Scheme. As the organisation looks to improve its service further, it has enlisted the help of Eden Dwek, the Real Estate Technology & Innovation Lead at KPMG UK.

Eden Dwek joins WiredScore from KPMG

Dwek arrived at KPMG in 2013 as an ACA Graduate Trainee in technology risk consulting. He quickly climbed through the ranks of the organisation, being promoted to Manager of KPMG’s Tech Growth service in 2017, before taking up his latest role a year later. Dwek is also a Sergeant MSC with the Metropolitan Police, having served the force for nine years and counting, and is currently Executive Director of TEDxLondon.

There is now over 500 million square feet of office space committed to the Wired Certification, with the firm working with more than 500 landlords and developers globally, including Blackrock, British Land and Hines. Having been appointed as Head of Corporate Development at WiredScore, Dwek will now focus on the implementation of the Wired Certification across the UK and Europe, while driving forward the company’s national and international growth strategy, reinforced by a $9 million fundraising round.

Commenting on his new role, Dwek remarked, “I had a really interesting and enjoyable journey at KPMG, working with a number of diverse clients in the tech space and helping proptech companies develop their offering. However, the role at WiredScore presented a new challenge for me, and an opportunity to work from within a sector that I have been heavily engaged with for a number of years. I’ve found it to be a really rewarding role to advise PropTech companies on their growth and I’m now looking forward to being at the coal face of the transition the real estate industry is undergoing.”

Tom Stenhouse, Chief Financial Officer at WiredScore, added that Dwek’s "knowledge and expertise in implementing innovative strategies” provides him with the “right knowledge base for this role and the skill set needed to help support our evolving business.”


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