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Dror Poleg is an economic historian and former technology and private equity executive. He advises the world's largest investors on the evolution of work, cities, and markets. His award-winning book, Rethinking Real Estate, anticipated the current reshuffle of offices, homes, and economic activity. His insights have been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, and other prominent publications.

As a sought-after keynote speaker, Dror regularly briefs executives from leading companies, including UBS, Bank of America, CBRE, HSBC, and Indeed. “Inspiring and incisive,” his analysis and predictions are grounded in hands-on experience as an investor, startup founder, parliamentary adviser, soldier, and dad.

Dror holds a Master's degree in Economic History from the London School of Economics. He has taught and spoken at The University of Zurich, The Wharton School, MIT, Columbia University, and more. Residing in New York with his wife and children, Dror has also lived in Beijing, London, Paris, Melbourne, and Tel Aviv, enriching his global perspective. Visit Dror's speaker profile to learn more.

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