How real estate can boost a company’s competitive edge:
CoreNet Global Middle East to explore the issues at CityScape
Dubai (26 September 2011)
CoreNet Global’s Middle East Chapter is set to focus on
of working, and explore the workplace and its contribution to a business, during two special
sessions planned during the
CityScape Global event in Dubai (29
The special conference sessions will offer insights into the ways in w
hich new ways of working can
unlock potential in a company, and also consider the contribution of a workplace to a company’s
success, or otherwise, by understanding
its influences on a business’s finances, its people, the
processes they carry out and the c
ompetitive environment it operates in.
The two interactive sessions have been developed by Ron Adam of Dow Adam,
president of the CoreNet Global’s UK Chapter.
has gained extensive experience in corporate
real estate in the UK and co
ntinental Europe, both as a property professional and as a senior
manager with IBM, Prudential Corporation and HQ Global Workplaces.
The event will be hosted by co
chairs of the Chapter,
Nick Hughes and Elliot Lewis.
Both events will take place at the
bai International Convention & Exhibition Centre during the
Cityscape Global conference and exhibition.
Attendees are required to both pre register online and
then register on site at CityScape to collect a delegate badge in order to attend.
the starting times for both sessions and registration details are available from the
CoreNet Global Middle East Chapter
737909 for more information.
Notes to Editors
CoreNet Global is the world’s leading association for corporate real estate (CRE) and workplace
s, service providers, and economic developers. Nearly 7,000 members, who include
70% of the Fortune 100 and nearly half of the Forbes Global 2000, meet locally, globally and
virtually to develop networks, share knowledge, learn and thrive professionally.
In the EMEA region, CoreNet Global has active regional chapters including Benelux, Central
Europe, the United Kingdom and the Middle East, plus a France Networking Group.
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