RE5Q, the AI-powered Real Estate Data provider, has announced that Amanda Cupples has been appointed to its board as Non-Executive Director. In this role, she will work closely with the RE5Q leadership team and board to help drive business growth and overall strategy as RE5Q looks to position itself as a disruptor in real estate data.
Amanda is experienced in building, leading and transforming businesses across a range of industries, including artificial intelligence (AI), to achieve ambitious growth targets. Her experience will be critical as RE5Q looks to scale and deploy its data and analytics to the traditional real estate sector.
Amanda currently works at Babylon Health, one of the fastest growing and revolutionary AI companies in the world, where she serves as COO and Vice President, Business Performance. Within this role, she is responsible for defining the company’s global commercial strategy and helping monetise its technology platform through developing business partnerships. She previously held the role of Chief Commercial Officer within the business.
“We are delighted to welcome Amanda to the RE5Q Board of Directors,” commented Christophe Reech, Group Chairman and CEO, Reech Corporations Group. “Amanda brings significant experience to the board of RE5Q, in particular in the field of AI, and with her commercial background, will be a valuable asset as we strengthen the RE5Q commercial offering.”
Prior to Babylon, Amanda served as International President of Deluxe Entertainment and has held a variety of executive roles with EMI Music. She has also worked as a management consultant with McKinsey & Company, and as a lawyer with Mallesons Stephen Jaques and Slaughter and May.
Amanda Cupples added, “RE5Q is an exciting and disruptive business and I’m looking forward to supporting its growth and development. It’s always great to help a business early in its journey and RE5Q has a bright future as it looks to disrupt the real estate industry through its cutting-edge approach to AI, machine learning and analytics.”