What's New

What's New

Who Doesn't Want to be Happy?
December 19, 2016
CoreNet Global Summits are an opportunity to network with peers, hear from amazing speakers, and share best practices. Sometimes the learning takes place formally in a breakout session; maybe more often, it occurs when a small group of people are having lunch or coffee and begin discussing who they are and what they do. And the education ranges from the highly technical to common sense approaches and new ways of doing things.

CBS’ 60 Minutes Reports on U.S. Manufacturing Jobs
December 7, 2016
More than four years ago, CoreNet Global accurately predicted in its forward looking report, Corporate Real Estate 2020, that a manufacturing rebound was beginning in the U.S. This week, no less a powerhouse than, CBS’ 60 Minutes reported on that rebound, and used a CoreNet Global member, Joe Max Higgins of the Mississippi Golden Triangle’s GTRLINK, to tell the story.

CoreNet Global Summit in North America - Closing Session Speaker Announced
July 27, 2016
With a host of impressive speakers already scheduled, this year's Summit line-up just got even more compelling with the addition of a high-profile personality who is uniquely qualified to discuss today's complex global issues.

2016 Website Opinion Poll: Brexit
June 29, 2016
Will Brexit change or impact your company’s business strategy for Europe?

The CoreNet Global Hackathon: A Student Competition
June 16, 2016
The 2nd CoreNet Global Academic Challenge, sponsored by Cushman & Wakefield, is open for applications.

CoreNet Global Member Barry Varcoe in Harvard Business Review
June 7, 2016
Barry Varcoe, Ph.D., longtime CoreNet Global member and notably the 2009-2010 Chair, is featured in the latest digital edition of the Harvard Business Review.

Outsourcing to Increase in Corporate Real Estate
May 26, 2016
Facility managers and corporate real estate professionals project significant increases in outsourcing, according to a survey released today by CoreNet Global and ISS. Nearly 76 percent of survey respondents reported that they would see “more” or “significantly more” outsourcing by 2025.

Beacons are Sending a Signal to Corporate Real Estate Professionals
May 17, 2016
Beacons, electronic devices that can be as small as a cookie, are infiltrating everyday life and demonstrating important ramifications for corporate real estate professionals.

Smart Cities in India will Share Corporate Real Estate as Profession Emerges
May 1, 2016
As a developing economy with a rapidly growing population, India will see the development of smart cities, but they will be different than other smart cities already taking root around the world. And, the corporate real estate profession in India will be impacted by the way the smart cities develop in India, and how quickly they emerge, according to a new report from CoreNet Global, “Smart Cities in India, The Way Forward.”



Press Release

Rising Rents, Increased Headcounts and Need for Flexibility Are Key to Growth in Coworking
April 20, 2017
New Study Released by CoreNet Global and Cushman & Wakefield Shows that Coworking is A Major Trend For The Workplace; More Than Half Of Corporate Real Estate Executives Considering Coworking Spaces For Employees

Corporate Real Estate Community Addresses Air Quality Issues in China
April 18, 2017
China is grappling with a serious air pollution crisis that not only poses a threat to public health, but also could very well be an impediment to China’s economic growth.

CoreNet Global Announces New Board Officers
March 31, 2017
The Board of Directors of CoreNet Global, the leading global association for the corporate real estate profession, announced today that it has named new officers beginning April 1, 2017:

A Sense of Community in the Workplace Fosters Productivity
March 3, 2017
While the term “workplace” today can refer to a range of settings, including the living room table, coffee shop, co-working spaces and traditional offices, one common theme consistently emerges: a sense of community fosters teamwork and results in greater productivity.

To Win the War for Talent, Corporations Will Need to Provide "Best in Class," High-Tech Workplaces
February 9, 2017
In order to win the war for talent, one of the most pressing concerns for corporations globally, they will need to offer "best in class" workplace experiences based on the latest technology and services for employees, according to new research findings presented by CoreNet Global and ISS World Services.