Sydney is a serial entrepreneur on a mission to push humanity forward and live interestingly.
She has built five successful companies at the mere age of twenty-two. With seven years of experience in the commercial real estate industry, she is both an active investor and developer in multifamily, retail, office and hotel. In 2019, She founded Daring Greatly with a mission to supporting women, LGBTQIA+ and minority founders in an effort to actively change the future of businesses, innovation and representation of tomorrow.
In Sydney's most revolutionizing venture, she's built the world-changing, industry standard for real estate visualization through Zukurri. Imagine bringing a site plan to life before you build, inviting your stakeholders to a 3D immersive story and experience that can be viewed remotely, scaled true to size, and acts as a virtual tour of your development before you build. Through the use of AR, VR and AI, she's primed these technologies for simplicity with the core mission designed into the product, making each customer, user and partner a vital part of the mission to push humanity forward.
As one reporter put it, "Her magnetic personality, killer work-ethic, and unapologetic self-promotion propel her with dashing speed towards a success that is unconfined by the lanes of industry." She's the host of The Sydney Phillips Podcast, an author, passionate futurist, a keynote speaker and an amateur race car driver. Named in the Top 100 US Business Leaders, Top 25 Most Influential Women of Commercial Real Estate, this young mogul has also earned the title ‘Young Female Entrepreneur of the Year’.
As she considers herself to be a “Jane of All Trades” - Sydney’s interests follow one theme: To push humanity forward. Of which, includes; spatial computing (AR/VR/XR), the open metaverse, transhumanism, human longevity, brain-computer interfaces, haptics, space exploration, multi-planet habitation, 3D printing, robotics, AI, AGI, blockchain, cryptocurrency, quantum computing, domed cities, drones, holography, neuroinformatics, and space elevators.
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