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CoreNet Global’s sixth annual India conference on June 19 in Bengaluru

Anil Urs Bengaluru | Updated on May 06, 2019 Published on May 06, 2019

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It will deal with the transformation brought about by CRE in the structuring and execution of India’s overall corporate strategy

 

CoreNet Global, the world’s largest association of corporate real estate professionals, will hold its sixth annual India Conference here at the ITC Gardenia on June 19.

The theme for this year’s conference is “Corporate Real Estate: Strategic Planning in A Dynamic World”.

It will deal with the transformation brought about by corporate real estates (CRE) in the structuring and execution of India’s overall corporate strategy.

The conference will also showcase their ability to deliver a comprehensive real-estate portfolio and effective workplace solutions for the delivery of flexible and risk-free work environments. It will also look into the the potential contribution that can be made by CRE professionals towards positioning India as a global business and financial hub.

Antony Slumbers, Co-founder, PropAI, will deliver the keynote address and would share his perspective on the topic “A Dynamic World requires Dynamic Corporate Real Estate.”

“The growth of the real estate industry is conditioned by the ability to adapt to corporate demands on a dynamic basis. CoreNet Global leaders in India are constantly engaged in helping organizations build these competencies through successful knowledge sharing on a collaborative basis,” said Sathish Rajendren- Chief Operating Officer (COO)- Knight Frank India & Co-Chair – CoreNet Global India Chapter.

Arunabh Mukherjee , Synopsys India & Co-Chair – CoreNet Global India Chapterm, said that there is need for one to strike a balance between physical spaces, people and performance in the present CRE space.

He added that the CoreNet Global India Conference is a conducive platform to exchange ideas regarding the initiatives that will enable this growth.

Published on May 06, 2019
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