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CRE landscape in India is evolving: CoreNet Global CEO

Anil Urs Bengaluru | Updated on January 20, 2018 Published on June 15, 2016

“The corporate real estate (CRE) landscape in India is evolving and people are seeing significant opportunities in the region for business,” said Angela Cain, CEO, CoreNet Global.

Speaking at the CoreNet Global’s 3rd annual India conference, Cain said: “The India chapter plays an essential role in expanding CoreNet’s global footprint. Our network of CRE professionals in India has been instrumental in expanding our knowledge base of successful CRE practices in the country.”

CoreNet Global has brought together over 130 members in the CRE profession across India, including Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Pune and Chennai and over 10,000 members globally.

Arun Shourie, veteran journalist, author and politician, delivered the keynote address and other speakers included Sanjay Dutt, Cushman & Wakefield, George McKay, Colliers, and Ram Chandnani, CBRE.

“The government’s push for the development of local talent and urban infrastructure through initiatives such as the Smart City programme and Make in India have won the confidence of the international business community,” said Bhumesh Gaur, India Chapter Co-Chair, CoreNet Global.

“CRE professionals in India must be agile, able to anticipate change, and be prepared to react quickly, so that companies can take advantage of growth opportunities, cost efficiencies and local competencies,” he added.

Published on June 15, 2016
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