Kirkland, December 8, 2019.
Virtudesk, a US-owned Real Estate Virtual Assistants company with virtual assistants located in the
Philippines is named to be a presenter at futuRE, an invitation-only real estate technology pitch battle.
Powered by Keller Williams, the world’s largest real estate technology franchise by agent count, futuRE
will focus on “where the next generation of real estate begins.”

Virtudesk is among 29 tech companies that will compete for votes from agents to access their
businesses operating within the Keller Williams ecosystem and the Keller Cloud, a proprietary, AI-fueled
real estate cloud for Keller Williams agents.

“With futuRE, we’re again displaying our deep commitment to empower our agents with choice,” said
Jeff Tamaru, head of corporate development, Keller Williams. “We expect our inaugural technology
pitch battle to offer up a host of more best-in-class options for agents to choose how they want to run
their business within the Keller Cloud.”

The futuRE event takes place at the Aria hotel in Las Vegas on Dec. 9 and 10, 2019.

Whether you are seeking assistance with Marketing, Prospecting your Leads, or Administrative
tasks, Virtudesk offers competitive rates and a streamlined onboarding process. Our virtual
assistants go through our rigorous hiring, vetting and training process to ensure that you are
getting the best virtual assistant on the market. We save businesses tens of thousands of
dollars in overhead and deliver professionalism and quality.

“We are so pumped to be participating at FutuRE and mingle with industry leaders and futurists,” says
Pavel Stepanov, CEO of Virtudesk.

More than 450 real estate leaders on-site will vote together with agents in North America via livestream
to select 10 finalists, one finalist per theme, to prioritize and onboard into the Keller Cloud.
The first place winner will receive a $15,000 prize and second place will receive a $5,000 prize. Top
winners will be priority onboarded onto the Keller Cloud ahead of other finalists.

The group of 29 tech companies was selected from an original list of more than 80 companies
competing for access into the Keller Cloud during a weeklong voting process that happened in
November 2019.

KW collaborates with leading technology companies, such as Virtudesk, to enhance the operations of
real estate businesses via the Keller Cloud.

In 2019, KW released KW MarketPlace, an app store for KW agents to browse top software integrations
made by non-KW developers, in beta. KW MarketPlace is currently available to agents through
Command, KW’s smart CRM-plus solution.

Using a Keller Cloud application programming interface, or API, available for outside technology
developers, Keller Williams enables the integration of additional top technology tools within an agent’s
Keller Cloud solutions.