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Presentation: The WPP Perspective on Managing Real Estate Members Only
James Woodburn presented on WPP's view on real estate management, emphasizing opportunities for and success stories on workplace transformation - the move to activity-based working. "WPP has many different types of businesses, all wanting to do their own thing," James began. "As a result, it's very complicated." Indeed, WPP has approximately 150 discrete businesses, including Hill+Knowlton (public relations) and advertising leaders Ogilvy & Mather and JWT.




Report: The Evolving Workplace: How U.S. Office Space is Changing Members Only
A successful workplace strategy provides employee choice in workspace options and delivers a solution that is custom fit for the company, its business and its employee culture. While in the office, people spend less than 50% of their workday at their desk; the majority of time is spent working with others (either in a meeting, face-to-face or virtually). Workplaces that allow employees the ability to self-select their work location resulted in 10%-15% higher employee satisfaction levels compared to those that did not. By creating workplace solutions that reflect how people work and what they value, organizations can drive measurable improvements in employee satisfaction and business productivity while reflecting their brands and value to customers.




Report: Emerging and Frontier Markets: Assessing Risk and Opportunity Members Only
There is no doubt that today's global property markets present both great opportunity and significant risk. Established and mature markets are providing safety and security for labor and capital, but many of the economies in these markets are growing slower than expected and competition is at an all time high. To that end, emerging and frontier markets present some of the most significant opportunities for occupiers and investors. In this publication, CIS's second global report on emerging and frontier property markets, Cushman & Wakefield compares the risk and opportunity in 42 of the most sought after secondary locations so that occupiers and investors can gain a better understanding of which markets provide the best opportunity for their organizations. Our hope is that you find this information useful in your forward-looking real estate strategies.




Presentation: Agile Working Members Only
Ben Corrigan, Bluehaus Group, gave a presentation on alternative workplace strategies at CoreNet Global Middle East Chapter event held September 2, 2014.




Report: E-Commerce and the Changing U.S. Industrial Landscape Members Only
By 2017, online sales could account for more than one-tenth of all U.S. retail sales. To keep up with growing demand, e-commerce companies are making major investments in big-box facilities that function both as warehouses to store goods and distribution centers to fulfill online orders. Traditional bricks-and-mortar retailers are shifting inventory held in the back of stores into big-box centers capable of supporting stores and online order fulfillment. Robust demand for the limited supply of big-box facilities is reshaping the industrial market, resulting in strong leasing and build-to-suit development, and sparking a new wave of speculative construction.




Report: Economic Relevance of Corporate Real Estate in Germany Members Only
The following study demonstrates the special importance of corporate real estate for the success of companies and for the stability of the German economy. In this study, the term ?corporate real estate? refers to any real estate that is directly used by companies for the production of goods or services, or at least that is acquired for this purpose. :




Presentation: 3D Surveying Solutions Members Only
Why would you have a property surveyed? +Sell/Buy Property +Up-to-date “as-build” floor plans +Accurate area/space calculations +Renovations + extensions +Facility management +Inspections +Disability access +Fire protection +Health & Safety +Etc. Speaker: Thomas Prinzen




Presentation: Understanding Africa Members Only
Africa is home to some of the world’s fastest growing city economies; it is rapidly becoming more urban and has a growing middle classes. Consequently, it is appearing on the radar of an increasing number of major corporations. While there are many opportunities there are also challenges unique to Africa. Speaker: Nick Lambert




Research Report: Corporate Real Estate in India: The Green Initiative Members Only
This report on sustainability and the green building movement in India is a first in a series of reports: Sustainability, environmental concerns, climate change. These are issues that have been gaining attention in every part of the world, including India. With a large, growing population and a burgeoning economy, the demands that India makes on its natural resources continue to grow. There is an increasing awareness in the government, amongst the business sector, as well as regular citizens that the need of the hour is to balance this economic growth with sustainable practices. How are CRE executives rising to this challenge, and what mechanism are being used to reach “green” objectives.




Research Report: China Spotlight: Up and Coming Tier II Cities Members Only
This report on up and coming Tier II cities in China is the first in a series of reports. There is no disputing China’s Tier I cities. Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, as well as Hong Kong, clearly top the list of the country’s core cities. But in a country that is home to 1.3 billion people and a sweeping urbanization movement, there are dozens of up-and-coming Tier II and even Tier III cities clamoring for attention among Chinese national and multinational firms. These cities are attracting attention for their growing economic engines in terms of business expansion, foreign direct investment and GDP growth. In fact, China accounted for half of the 50 cities worldwide forecast to see the biggest increase in GDP growth between 2013 and 2030.

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