Michael Zamora Named CoreNet Global Asia Region Chair
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Michael Zamora Named CoreNet Global Asia Region Chair

Press Release
April 27, 2005

HONG KONG and ATLANTA, GAApril 27, 2005 – CoreNet Global, the global professional association serving corporate real estate executives and workplace professionals, today announced that Michael Zamora has been named Asia Region Chair.

Zamora is the Asia Pacific Japan Planning Manager for Cisco Systems. Cisco’s current portfolio is located in 13 countries, in 64 locations, in approximately 1.5 million square feet. Previously he held positions as the Asia Pacific Advance Planner and Real Estate Manager. Prior to joining Cisco, Zamora was the Asia Pacific Director of Corporate Services for Brooke International.

“I look forward to the challenge of leading CoreNet Global in Asia and helping the Members and the Industry grow and develop,” Zamora said. Asia is a growing, integral region to CoreNet Global. We have instituted and continue to grow our certification program in Asia as well as offer Executive Development Programming and Global Summits.”

As Asia Regional Chair, Zamora will serve as an associate member of the CoreNet Global Board of Directors.

Zamora replaces Richard Watton, who had served as Asia Region Chair since 2001.

“We thank Richard for his strong leadership and dedicated service to CoreNet Global,” said Peggy Binzel, CoreNet Global President and Chief Executive Officer. “And we welcome and look forward to our growth in Asia with Michael Zamora. He is a seasoned professional well-versed in corporate real estate.”

CoreNet Global members manage US $1.2 trillion in worldwide corporate assets consisting of owned and leased office, industrial and other space. With 7,500 members representing large corporations around the world, CoreNet Global (www.corenetglobal.org) operates in five global regions: Asia, Australia, Europe, Latin America and North America, including Canada.