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CoreNet Global to host annual India meet in Bengaluru on June 21

Anil Urs Bengaluru | Updated on January 12, 2018 Published on June 07, 2017

CoreNet Global, the largest professional association for the corporate real estate industry, will host its 4th Annual India Conference in Bengaluru on June 21.

The opening session of the conference will be addressed by journalist Shekhar Gupta. The meet aims to explore how the corporate real estate sector is growing, developing and evolving into one of the world’s most dynamic economies.

Breakout sessions at the India conference will cover live, work and play environments, the ‘office of the future’ and the disruptive impact of robotics, among other topics that are impacting the Indian corporate real estate sector at large.

“With India’s government looking to push through key economic initiatives such as the goods and services tax (GST) and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), India’s 517 million sq ft corporate real estate sector is likely to witness a sizeable impact in terms of valuation and rental yield,” said Ram Chandnani, CBRE Managing Director – Advisory & Transaction Services India, and the newly elected co-chair of the India chapter of CoreNet Global.

Published on June 07, 2017

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