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Final thoughts … now onto the next!

Posted by: Shelley Frost Director, Corporate Solutions, EMEA Heading to the airport for my flight back to London I took some time to reflect on the CoreNet Global Summit in Hong Kong. It has been a while since I have attended a Global Summit in Asia. The last one was Mumbai in 2008 so I was amazed [...]

SNAP Session Report: Workplace Strategies

Posted by: Nick Clifford Associate Director, Corporate Consulting, Asia Pacific SNAP Session 9 gave us two case studies of how workplace strategies can contribute to business goals. In A Blueprint for BlueWork: How American Express Future-Proofed the Workplace, we saw how workplace strategies can be introduced to help attract and retain talent while simultaneously providing [...]

Session Report: The Practical Aspects of LEED Certification – From New Building Design to Office Fit Out

Posted by: Nick Clifford Associate Director, Corporate Consulting, Asia Pacific This educational site tour involved developments and offices on course to achieve LEED Platinum status, including Jones Lang LaSalle’s new office in Swire’s Three Pacific Place and Hysan’s new development in Causeway Bay, Hysan Place. David Cain, Head of Project & Development Services at Jones [...]

Session Report: What’s Your Social Net Worth? Corporate Real Estate in the Attention Age

Posted by: Nick Clifford Associate Director, Corporate Consulting, Asia Pacific Lady Gaga has an amazing 9 million followers on Twitter. While this statistic caused a chuckle amongst the crowd, it led to a very important point. She is able to reach 9 million people instantly when she has something to say. Michiel Waaijer from Eight [...]

Session Report: Emerging Technologies’ Impact on Urbanization and the Workplace

Posted by: Nick Clifford Associate Director, Corporate Consulting, Asia Pacific Gordon Feller, Director of Urban Innovations at Cisco, and Peter Miscovich, Managing Director of Corporate Solutions at Jones Lang LaSalle in the Americas, opened the discussion on how new technologies will shape the urban landscape and workplace in the near future. According to Gordon, four “mega [...]