Report: The Bigger Picture: The Future of Corporate Real Estate
While no one can predict the future with certainty, this much is clear:
the future of corporate real estate (CRE) won’t look anything like its past. We
live in a world that is more globally connected than ever before, changing more
rapidly than ever before, and constantly disrupted by technological innovation.
It is replete with both risks and opportunities. These and other major trends
are transforming how, where and when global business is conducted. Now, more
than ever, it is crucial that corporate real estate (CRE) professionals become
not only students of the business, but students of the world and how it is
changing. This is the purpose of this report: to place the future of CRE in the
context of the bigger picture. This report includes the key findings of a
year-long project in partnership with CoreNet Global’s Gold Strategic Partners
to research the future of Corporate Real Estate.
Report: CITY TECH - Intelligent Real Estate for a Smarter Shanghai
Today, the world is urbanising, urban areas are taking on ever-increasing
economic importance, the use of technology is expanding and resources are
becoming scarcer. In order to deal with these issues as well as the increasing
demand placed on municipal services and the continuing drive for efficiency,
cities need to become smarter. Upon reading our report; CityTech: Intelligent
real estate for a smarter Shanghai, you will: • Understand how technology can be
used by cities, and commercial buildings in particular, to make the urban
environment that much smarter; •Comprehend what smart city development has taken
place in China and Shanghai and what the 13th Five Year plans for China and
Shanghai have in store for smarter city development in the future in the region,
and; •Acquire insight on how smart city development has been executed around the
globe and what lessons China and Shanghai can learn from this experience.
Moreover, you will understand the potential for commercial real estate
development in China and in Shanghai to be become more intelligent in the
context of: •Smart office property in the context of tech facilitating an
increase in efficiency; •Smart retail property in the context of tech enabling a
boost in asset value, and; •Smart industrial logistics property in the context
of tech augmenting sustainability.
Presentation: Corporate Real Estate & Green Building
Presentation from June 2016 Corporate Real Estate Forum by Julie
Hirigoyen, Chief Executive, UK Green Building Council
Presentation: Benchmarking the Effectiveness of Workplace
Presentation from June 2016 Corporate Real Estate Forum by Chris Moriarty,
Development Director, Leesman
Report: Global Market Perspective Q2 2016
The world’s domina??nt commercial real estate markets appear to be back on
track following a jittery start to the year.
Report: European Occupier Survey 2015/16
The European Occupier Survey, now in its sixth year, polls real estate
decision makers at 120 global corporations to understand their objectives and
associated challenges across a broad range of issues.
Report: Office Market Outlook Q1 2016
In Q1 2016, economic indicators remained positive. Those solid results
have translated to strong performance in the office sector.
Report: Asia Pacific Property Digest 1Q 2016
Despite New Year volatility, the region's property markets held up well in
Q1. Overall leasing activity continued to improve, while investment volumes were
down only marginally on the same time last year. ?
Report: 2016 Scoring Tech Talent
CBRE Research has published its third annual Scoring Tech Talent report,
its comprehensive look at the shifting tech labor market in the U.S. and
Report: Data Centre Risk Index 2016
The latest release of the Cushman & Wakefield 2016 Data Centre Risk
Index ranks key established and emerging locations by the most appropriate risks
affecting data centre operations in today’s current climate.