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PropTech 2022: Most Active Investors and Top Startups Released at F50 Global Capital Summit

50 Most Active PropTech Investors List & Top PropTech Startups List Released @ F50 Global Capital Summit 2022

Jun. 8, 2022 / PRZen / PALO ALTO, Calif. — F50, Austin-based global venture network, is pleased to announce the compilation of the 50 Most Active Investors in America 2022, and Top PropTech startups on June 8, the third day of F50 Global Capital Summit – ProTech 2022.

The list is available for viewing at
50 Most Active PropTech investors in America: ​​
Top PropTech Startups in America:

F50 Global Capital Summit videos:

This investor list features investment firms who are actively investing in Proptech since the 2019. F50 hopes to recognize the VCs who have actively invested and grown in the proptech sector despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

This release marks the third day of F50’s Global Capital Summit®, the first online + offline summit by F50. Now, more than ever, it is important to stay connected with the venture capital and entrepreneurial community. “PropTech is the most under invested and under estimated sector for investor and entrepreneurs. I hope more innovations can be brought into the sector to support sustainable homes and reduce the cost of home construction,” said David Cao, managing director of F50 Ventures, in his welcome speech.

The F50 Global Capital Summit, F50’s flagship event for its rapidly expanding startup venture ecosystem, which will take place offline on June 8th at Green Mountain Retreat in Los Gatos, and virtually on youtube. ” “We want to support more innovations in the PropTech sector” said, Carl Wang, CEO or Anjin Capital, cohost of the VIP reception of 2022 F50 summit.
More information about the event can be found at

About F50
F50 identifies the most promising early-stage technology companies in North America by leveraging the collective intelligence of its deep roots of startup communities, the large reach of corporate partners and investor network, and industry experts.

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