Deepki, the real estate ESG Data Intelligence firm, launches in the UK – IBS Intelligence

Deepki, the real estate ESG Data Intelligence firm, launches in the UK – IBS Intelligence

Deepki, the real estate ESG Data Intelligence firm, launches in the UK

By Joy Dumasia

Deepki, the only company in Europe offering a fully populated ESG data intelligence platform to help commercial real estate investors, owners and managers improve the ESG performance of their real estate assets and enhance their value, has launched in the process UK. Founded in 2014, Deepki’s story began with the Founders’ belief that real estate sustainability is possible on a large scale by harnessing the power of data and using it to inform ESG strategies and benchmark performance and progress.

Deepki’s SaaS platform enables clients to collect ESG data, get a comprehensive overview of their portfolio’s ESG performance, establish pathways, assess their performance and report to key stakeholders, facilitating their transition to net zero. The platform is supported by carbon and ESG experts who partner with clients across data collection and analysis through ESG strategy definition and implementation.

The commitment to ESG is underlined by new research conducted by Deepki with UK institutional investors and real estate property professionals, which highlights the importance of ESG when investing in UK commercial real estate, with one third saying the ESG credentials of property are extremely important in the decision-making process. A further 57% say they are quite important.

Additionally, 81% of those questioned expect the ESG credentials of commercial property to become even more important in three years, underlining how critical the commitment to addressing climate change and demonstrating steps net-zero has begun.

Vincent Bryant, Co-founder and CEO of Deepki, said: “This is an important milestone in the rapid growth of our business, and it also demonstrates the growing importance of ESG and the transition to net-zero by the commercial real estate sector in the UK, which is supported by institutional investors and asset owners alike.”

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