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Report: The Canadian Quartet: Playing on the World Stage Members Only
Cities in Canada are collectively entering a newly energized, globally connected and impactful era. Of its 12 main commercial hubs, four cities - Montreal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver - have been identified in our latest research as having the strongest potential and most opportunities for global real estate players.

Presentation: CREM 2.0 @ PwC: Organisation and value contribution (English) Members Only
Rolf Wiggert, Senior Manager, PwC, shared a presentation on the benefits of benchmarking for CREM at the CoreNet Global Central Europe Chapter event 'Benchmarking/ Value Management.'

Article: Mike Buckingham: Ticket to Ride Members Only
It's a well-known fact among corporate real estate (CRE) professionals that many of the people in this line of work fell into it while en route to someplace else. For Mike Buckingham, that "someplace" was jail-almost. "My aspiration in high school was to find a career in law enforcement. After graduation I worked full-time as a small town police officer until I arrested the mayor's brother for driving under the influence around 3:00 in the morning. By 9:00 a.m. I was in front of the chief of police being informed that I needed to look for another position.

Report: In and Out: Middle East Members Only
The rapid wave of real estate development and amount of wealth accumulated in the Middle East has long fascinated the rest of the globe. The abundance of natural resources in the region has resulted in a huge influx of wealth over the last 50 years. However, despite the massive development of commercial and residential property over that time, the investment market remains tiny by comparison, leaving unsatisfied demand. It also pushes cash-rich Middle Eastern investors towards alternative sectors and outside their home region. Are there changes ahead that may bring more opportunities to the Middle Eastern real estate market?

Presentation: Sustainability @ Work: Creating Greener Workplaces Members Only
The Sustainability @ Work survey was designed to better understand what sustainability in the workplace should mean and identify ways people can become more engaged in creating more sustainable workplaces. The online survey was accessed through the Johnson Controls Global WorkPlace Innovation website and distributed globally to over 4,000 respondents with more than 600 respondents per country. Responses were gathered over a three week period in May 2013.

Periodical: CoREMarket Indicator - April 2014 Members Only
So far in 2014, the optimism from the end of 2013's upturn in the economy has continued and the market is delivering on promises made for this year. The figures from the first quarter indicate that the Canadian office and industrial sectors are in excellent condition and will continue to be so for the predictable future. The U.S. corporate real estate (CRE) market has remained strong and is not expected to increase much more this year than it did last year but stability is far from disappointing. In Europe, increased investments in the manufacturing sector and the improvement of the office market in London have led the way to a steady recovery these past few months. The primary markets in Asia Pacific slowed in growth towards the end of 2013 but the emerging markets in the region, such as Malaysia and Vietnam, showed significant progress. So far this year, the CRE industry is performing well and the prediction is that this fortune will continue throughout 2014.

Article: Global Innovator's Award Nominees Members Only
Now in its 15th year, the H. Bruce Russell Global Innovator's Award (GIA) celebrates innovation in corporate real estate (CRE). This year's nominated projects showcase ground-breaking initiatives in the areas of workplace, wellness, economic redevelopment and inter-departmental partnership. Who will be CoreNet Global's next Global Innovator? You'll have to attend the our second annual Awards and Recognition Gala at the North American Summit in Washington, D.C. to find out. But you can get a sneak peek right now.

Report: Paris Discovery Forum June 2014 Executive Summary Members Only
Is the corporate real estate (CRE) industry at a crossroads? Some of the best minds in our industry think so. The CRE industry, they say, needs to up its game, and become truly innovative ? or else risk being displaced.

Report: U.S. Industrial Trends Report 1st Quarter 2014 Members Only
The industrial sector continued to register healthy demand numbers in the first quarter of 2014, albeit at a slightly slower pace than the lofty numbers reported in 2013. As one of the industries most impacted by severe weather - e.g., big-ticket purchases, manufacturing and construction projects were delayed - a slowdown in the sector was expected. Nevertheless, the U.S. industrial sector absorbed 26.1 million square feet (msf) of space in the first quarter of this year. Although this is 12.6 msf less than absorption posted the previous quarter and 6.6 msf less than that posted the first quarter of 2013, net absorption continued to outpace supply. In fact, the industrial sector has now experienced 16 straight quarters of mostly robust demand. That has brought vacancy down to 8.3%, just a tick above pre-recession levels. Of the 66 metros tracked during the first quarter of 2014, 41 reported that vacancy rates are now below their historical averages.

Report: EMEA Office Property Clock Q2 2014 Members Only
The momentum seen in European occupier markets at the beginning of the year continued into Q2. Conditions continue to vary across the region, however, and while Q2 stats were encouraging, the recovery is only just starting in some markets.

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