ICG: fast track the future of estate agency

Posted on 2 Jun, 2020

“Work smarter, not harder”

Here at Viewber, we are delighted to announce we have teamed up with 30 PropTech and PropService companies in a groundbreaking collaboration of “best-in-class” suppliers.

The Innovation Collaboration Group (ICG) has created a gold standard for digital solutions and services. Each ICG member company is a leader in their particular field and have pledged to work together, pooling ideas and expertise to help fast track adoption of helpful technology.




Ed Mead, our co-founder and CEO, is happy for Viewber to be on board as an ICG approved member.

Ed says: “ICG aims to help agents make more informed decisions about Proptech products and services by going to just one place. We believe this collaboration will help them stay ahead of their competitors in a highly competitive marketplace.

3 reasons to choose ICG

There are three strong reasons why estate agents could engage with ICG:

1. ICG members are all ‘approved’ suppliers, chosen because they are the most exciting and trusted names in PropTech and PropServices, with a track record for excellence and innovation.

2. ICG is one of the property industry’s most radical collectives. Cutting-edge collaborations between suppliers have the potential to leverage existing services and create new and exciting revenue streams for estate agents.

3. The group offers an exciting hub of know-how and insights in the form of free webinars, industry events, blog articles and newsletters. ICG provides regular updates so agents are aware of the latest PropTech and PropService innovations.

Choosing the right product pack 

Products and services that the ICG suppliers offer have been divided into seven ‘Product pack’ areas on the ICG website. The list includes Lead Generation, Business Strategy, Digital Marketing, Customer Experience, People, New Revenue Streams and Internal Efficiencies. When you visit any ‘Product Pack’ page, you will find the names of suppliers offering products or services appropriate to that topic. 

If you’re interested in improving or fast-tracking any of these areas of your business, contact suppliers directly through the website or contact ICG and someone will guide you through the right solutions to consider.  

Visit the ICG website 


Support for estate agents

The case studies published on ICG’s website are a great example of how ICG suppliers have worked together to create innovative bespoke solutions to support their clients and help estate agents generate business growth. 

During the current Covid-19 pandemic, supporting estate agents has been a particular concern for ICG. Throughout lockdown, the collective has offered weekly live webinars, bringing together leading agents, property experts and ICG Approved suppliers to provide help and advice, completely for free. 

Previous webinars have focused on generating new leads, compliance, entering new markets and preparing to open up after lockdown. They are all available on ICG’s Events section, where agents can watch the back catalogue of webinars or register to take part in upcoming live sessions. 

ICG aims to help estate agents deliver greater efficiencies, develop new revenue streams, recruit & train staff and generate new leads.

At Viewber, we look forward to working with our fellow members to create powerful PropTech and PropService solutions with the potential to revolutionise the property industry!

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