Days at IAMC events are full … full of knowledge sharing and friendship making; full of interactive professional development and collegial networking; and full of both meaningful takeaways and fun.

In short, IAMC Forums are unique in the industry. Here are some need-to-knows to help you achieve your best ROI.


Ambassador Program


You should have already been assigned an IAMC ambassador. Your ambassador will help you navigate your first forum and help you determine how best to get involved in IAMC. After all, the more you put in to IAMC, the more benefits you will reap. 

For more, contact Gabrielle Nicolini at gabrielle.nicolini@iamc.org.




Networking Events




IAMC networking events are unique in the industry. As one recent attendee put it, you may never attend another event where so many people hug. What you will experience: friendship and camaraderie. What you won’t: business cards and high-pressure sales.

At IAMC we have found that when the relationships come first, the business follows.




Professional Development




Professional Development
The professional development opportunities at IAMC are varied and built around providing immediately useful takeaways. Sessions include paid speakers, member-led workshops and roundtable discussions. Come prepared to ask and answer, learn and share.




Leadership Development




IAMC hosts Leadership Seminars in conjunction with IAMC Forums. While there is no cost to IAMC members, separate registration is required and space is limited. Registration typically opens up – and is announced via email – four weeks before each Forum.

For more visit www.iamc.org/Get-Involved/Leadership-Development




Actives-Only Sessions




Sunday morning and Monday afternoon at forums host a selection of Actives (corporate end-user) only sessions focused on sharing insights and best practices. Sessions include:


Research Roundtable


Research Roundtable
Research Roundtable is a regular discussion-based workshop for Active (corporate end-user) member participants on topical corporate real estate issues. Research Roundtables are offered on Sunday mornings at each Professional Forum.




Industry Groups




Industry Groups
Industry Groups (IGs) are composed of Active (corporate end user) members who work in the same industry or share similar research, education and benchmarking interests. IAMC’s current IGs are Distribution, Food Processing, Health & Science, and Manufacturing. Each Industry Group conducts a separate program on Sunday morning following the Research Roundtable.




Peer-to-Peer Actives: Corporate Real Estate Professionals Talking Business




Peer-to-Peer Actives
Active members talk candidly about topics relative to corporate real estate management successes, challenges and strategies for adding greater value. This one-hour discussion-based workshop typically takes place on Monday afternoons.

For more, contact Joel Parker at joel.parker@iamc.org.




Volunteer Service Project




Volunteer Service Project
Taking place on Saturday mornings, the Volunteer Service Projects offer IAMC attendees a chance to network while giving back. Past projects include planting an apple orchard at Boys Town; making adobe bricks in Albuquerque; and volunteering at the Coachella Valley Rescue Mission in Palm Desert.

For more, contact Paula Korowin at paula.korowin@iamc.org; or Marlene Fish at marlene.fish@iamc.org




Sponsorship Opportunities




Sponsorship Opportunities
A benefit available to IAMC members only, Forum sponsorship opportunities abound that provide excellent visibility to decision makers in corporate real estate. There are many sponsorship opportunities with various price points that are budget-friendly and designed to meet your organization's objectives.

For more information contact Kristen Hamel, at kristen.hamel@iamc.org.