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Open Property Data Association appoints eight to executive committee

  • 27/06/2023
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Open Property Data Association appoints eight to executive committee
Open Property Data Association (OPDA) has appointed eight people to its executive committee from across proptech start-ups, industry supplier and high street brands.

The OPDA was launched earlier this month as an independent industry body with an aim to “foster innovation, trust and industry-wide collaboration and to digitise the home moving process through the power of data”.

Executive committee members include John Reynolds, chief operating officer at Coadjute, Onthemarket’s chief executive Jason Tebb, Ed Molyneux, chief technology officer of Moverly, TM Group’s chief operating officer Paul Albone, Kieran Witt, founder and CEO of Kotini, Groundsure’s chief operating officer Malcolm Smith, Lewis Scott, chief executive of Homely and Inventory Base’s operations director Sián Hemming-Metcalfe.

The committee will aim to promote the use of open property data and standard, which will benefit everyone in the homebuying process.

Maria Harris (pictured), chair of OPDA: “Having a strong and representative executive committee is key for any trade member association so I’m thrilled to have such a broad range of experience, skills, and innovative personalities on the team.

“To have market leading firms from property technology start-ups, established industry suppliers, cutting edge technology infrastructure, and a well-known high-street brand in Onthemarket, is testament to the desire and commitment across the industry to make this work.”

She added: “I’m genuinely humbled by everything we’ve achieved in such a short space of time and incredibly excited for a better home buying future.”

The body is accepting member applications through its website:

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