B+E, the first brokerage and technology platform for net lease real estate, today announced the hiring of Erica Collins as Vice President of Technology and Marketing, based in the B+E Tampa office.

TAMPA, FL, July 30, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — B+E, the first brokerage and technology platform for net lease real estate, today announced the hiring of Erica Collins as Vice President of Technology and Marketing, based in the B+E Tampa office.

“We are excited to welcome Erica to the B+E team,” said Camille Renshaw, B+E CEO and CoFounder. “Erica has a great depth of experience in both technology and marketing and is the ideal leader for this division.”

Erica most recently was Vice President of GIAM Strategy/ Cybersecurity Technology Controls at JP Morgan Chase. Previously, she was Founder and Chief Technology Officer of CopyStrong, a company that developed a cybersecurity enterprise SaaS application that provides intellectual property protection with insider threat and counterintelligence reporting; she patented the product and licensed it.

Erica studied Data Science and Cybersecurity at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and has a B.A. from the University of South Florida.

About B+E
B+E is a modern investment brokerage firm, specializing in net lease real estate. The firm helps clients buy and sell single tenant real estate. Founded by deeply experienced brokers, B+E redefines trading through an intuitive end-to-end transaction platform comprising of user-friendly dashboards and an AI-driven exchange — all leveraging the largest data set in the net lease industry. Complementing senior talent with exceptional technology, B+E’s proprietary process affords greater speed, unrivaled transaction efficiencies, and stronger asset value. With offices in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Tampa and San Francisco, its brokers trade property for clients across the US. B+E allows virtually anyone to confidently trade net lease real estate.


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