PropTech supplier nurtur.group has appointed Damon Bullimore BriefYourMarket co-founder Damon Bullimore as chief technology officer (CTO).
It follows nurtur.group’s acquisition of the marketing and data service in March.
Bullimore has held several notable senior positions, including CTO of Property Logic, managing director of Ashley Adams, CTO of Fraxion, founder of ScanGate and was also a director of e-services at Epro (Royal Mail).
As the chief executive and co-founder of BriefYourMarket since 2008, Bullimore is responsible for the business’s growth, as well as its technology and product strategies.
As CTO at nurtur.group, which owns Fine & Country and the Guild of Property Professionals, Bullimore will be responsible for implementing the organisation’s product development roadmap while assisting in development of digital and tech services.
Jon Cooke, chief executive of nurtur.gorup, said: “As an organisation we are focused on providing the agents within our network with the proptech tools and digital services which deliver a true return on investment required to enhance their businesses and stay ahead of their competition.
“The importance of digital marketing and online lead generation continues to grow as the industry evolves. The businesses we have acquired, along with the appointments of technology innovators such as Damon, will allow us to continue to adapt and develop with the evolving needs of the sector.”
Bullimore added: “I am very pleased to be able to be a part of an organisation such as the nurtur.group that is focused on innovation within the digital and tech space for the property sector.
“Nurtur.group has the desire to become best in class with a laser focus on investment for all our proptech products, a vision I know we are all focused on achieving.
“The business is well positioned to deliver not just industry leading services, but also technology solutions to all its members and licensees. I hope that both my wealth of knowledge and extensive experience within the proptech sector can help to support the goal of the organisation.”