Make plans to attend the special corporate-member-only session the afternoon of Wednesday, 6 June. Corporate real estate executives will convene for an exclusive Peer-to-Peer discussion. Participants talk candidly during this facilitated session about topics relative to corporate real estate management successes, challenges and strategies for adding greater value.
Whether your company self-performs Facilities Management or substantially outsources this vital function, managers need to understand their range of options and the relative benefits and costs of each.
Corporate lease management is a beneficiary of rapid advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities. Join this program to explore the potential CRE applications of this technology.
As global manufacturing companies acquire and merge with others and expand organically, they need a plan for rationalizing the function, number and locations of facilities in their portfolio. This session will discuss strategies and best practices.
The new IFRS 16 lease accounting standard will have important and potentially far reaching implications for corporate end-users when it takes effect in 2019. Attend this session for an update on fine tuning the company’s preparations.
London is a thriving city and as the capital grows, the demands placed on business to get their goods and services to their customers naturally increases. Join this session to explore the importance of industrial land in London, the vital role it has in supporting the capital's future economic and population growth, and what’s being done to preserve it.
In this moderated Q&A session, corporate real estate, economic development and service provider professionals draw from professional experience to offer solutions to a variety of corporate real estate management or support challenges. Come prepared to ask questions and share information.
Former Diplomatic Editor and Foreign Correspondent, Sky News
After 30 years’ experience in news reporting and presenting, Tim Marshall left full time news journalism to concentrate on writing and analysis. He has written four books, including Prisoners of Geography - a New York Times Best Seller - as well as 2016 release, Worth Dying For - The Power & Politics Of Flags.
Former Lead Trainer of the National Hostage and Crisis Negotiation Unit, Scotland Yard
After military service and time in the private sector, Richard joined the Metropolitan police where he became a hostage negotiator. He was later appointed Lead Trainer at Scotland Yard’s National Hostage and Crisis Negotiation Unit. Richard was part of the team that negotiated the high-profile release of three UN workers held hostage by the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2004.
Futurologist; Author and Founder of We Do Things Differently and An Optimist’s Tour of the Future
As an international reporter, author and one of the most thought-provoking futurists of our time, Ben Hammersley explores the effects of the internet and the digital network on the world’s business, political and social atmospheres. His latest book 64 Things You Need to Know Now For Then, gives us the essential guide to the things we need to know for life in the 21st century. Ben is the writer, host and narrator of Netflix and BBC television series Cyber-crimes with Ben Hammersley.
6625 The Corners Parkway, Suite 200
Peachtree Corners, Georgia 30092 USA
Phone: 1.770.325.3461 | Fax: 1.770.263.8825
6625 The Corners Parkway, Suite 200Peachtree Corners, GA 30092
Phone: 770.325.3461Fax: 770.263.8825Email: email@example.com