WEBINAR: Home Street Home – Matching landlords with tenants to help solve homelessness

HOME STREET HOME is a cooperation between Germany’s leading real estate platform ImmoScout24 and the homeless initiative ONE WARM WINTER (OWW). The collaboration is designed to help educate landlords and the general public in Germany and Austria on the concept of Housing First. The ultimate goal is to improve the availability of housing for homeless people and simplify the process for social workers working oh their behalf.

Join Thomas Schroeter, CPO of the Scout24 Group and Marija Stojanovic, Foundation Director & Board Member at DOJO Cares to learn more about how the HOME STREET HOME collaboration works in practice, as well as some insights into how other NGOs and rental agencies can take a similar initiative to work together to help solve Europe’s homelessness crisis.

The webinar will take place on Wednesday 27th October from 15:30 CEST (Belgium).

We especially welcome real estate companies and rental platforms to join us for this webinar – know someone who might be interested? Feel free to pass on the invitation and/or let us know! Contact samara.jones@housingfirsteurope.eu

Register here.

**Please note that this webinar will be recorded**

Thomas Schroeder – Chief Product Officer, Scout24

Dr Thomas Schroeter has been Chief Product Officer of the Scout24 Group since December 2018 and is responsible for the entire product development and marketing. The proven digital expert has been Managing Director of ImmoScout24 since 2017. Since February 2018, he has been managing the company’s business in dual leadership with Ralf Weitz. The business graduate has many years of experience in the digital economy, both in corporate and start-up environments. Previously, Thomas Schroeter was Chief Operating Officer Germany for the world’s largest online marketplace eBay, as well as Managing Director of ViA– Online GmbH. He was also co-founder and managing director of the language portal bab.la, which was successfully sold to Oxford University Press in 2015. Other stations in his professional career were the Swiss bank Clariden Leu AG and the Boston Consulting Group in Munich. 


Marija Stojanovic – Foundation Director & Board Member, DOJO Cares

Marija Stojanovic is Foundation director and board member of​ DOJO Cares. As the founder of a Berlin street magazine, she has been dealing with the issue of homelessness for over 10 years. With DOJO Cares she initiates concepts that want to rethink existing structures in the economy and encourage social participation. She benefits from her almost 20 years of professional experience in the fields of advertising, events and marketing. Her personal aim is to identify innovative solutions in society. For almost two years, she follows this aim with DOJO Cares and has been managing various projects and collaborations with her team and the communicative support of the DOJO advertising agency.