CIB Vlaanderen reikte dit jaar voor de 14e keer de Real Estate Awards uit.

Met deze awards bekroont, inspireert en stimuleert de beroepsorganisatie het ondernemerschap in de vastgoedsector.

De awards werden uitgereikt op donderdag 29 september 2022 in Brugge.


The rules & selection process


The Challenge has 4 phases. Each participant adheres to the timing of the Challenge and saves the dates below.

Phase 1: Submit your project – deadline 30 August 2022

Participants wishing to take part in the Digital Innovation Challenge will need to submit their projects by mail to rea@cib.be before 30 August 2022.

Phase 2: First selection based on your submitted project - longlist of 10

The jury - composed of CIB Vlaanderen members and external experts - will be in charge of ranking the projects and select a longlist of ten participants. Each participant will be informed by mail at the latest 2 September whether they are longlisted or not. 

Phase 3: Pitch your project – 6 September from 4pm (ORIS offices, Kortrijksesteenweg 1144 F, 9051 Sint-Denijs-Westrem) - shortlist of 3
The longlisted participants (10) will meet the jury and pitch their project. The jury will be in charge of ranking the projects based on the pitches and an additional Q&A. The 3 participants with the highest ranking/points are the finalists of this challenge. The points from the jury will count for 75% of the total votes. Each participant will be informed by mail at the latest 8 September whether they are finalist or not. 

Phase 4: Announcement of the finalists – 29 September

The 3 finalists will present their solution at the Real Estate Awards Ceremony on 29 September. The live public will also vote during the Ceremony. These votes will count for 25% of the total votes. The finalist with the highest score (points jury + points live public) is the winner. In the case of an ex aequo the jury points are decisive. Voting result = 75% jury + 25% public.



The Digital Innovation Challenge 2022 is open to companies from all around the world, registered on the trade register of the country in which their headquarters are based.
They should hold a valid professional insurance policy.
Participation in this Challenge is free.
One must read these rules and fully accept their terms in their entirety without reservation before submission.
The proposed solution complies with all applicable laws and regulations.
All future collaborations that result from this Challenge will be part of a separate agreement.



CIB Vlaanderen requests each candidate's permission to process the personal data that the candidates must provide upon submission or during the competition within the framework of this competition. By accepting these regulations, such consent is granted. Without this permission, CIB Vlaanderen cannot process the submission and the candidate cannot register. These data will not be passed on to any commercial partners of the competition.



The organisation assumes that each participant in the competition has taken note of the content of these rules. By taking part in the competition, the participants unreservedly undertake to respect all the rules and to accept any decision taken by the organisers to ensure the smooth running of the competition.

CIB Vlaanderen reserves the right to take a sovereign decision in case of disputes.



Contact us at rea@cib.be