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ABOUT CORENET GLOBAL SINGAPORE CHAPTER 

WHO WE ARE

CoreNet Global is a non-profit real estate association based in Atlanta , representing more than 11,000 executives in 50 countries with strategic responsibility for the real estate assets of large multinational corporations .  Our members include half of the Forbes Global 2000 providing a community for professional to meet and exchange ideas.

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CoreNet Singapore Chapter is the Singapore association of CoreNet Global and is the largest chapter in Asia with a growing membership of 300 people.

We invite you to lend your voice to the Singapore Chapter of the CoreNet community and share your views with our members at this years exciting 1 day Symposium.

OUR MISSION

CoreNet Global’s mission is to advance the practice of corporate real estate through professional development opportunities, publications, research, conferences, and chapters and networking groups CoreNet Global aims to broaden its network, raise the profile of corporate real estate, serve as the profession’s voice and thought leader and champion the profession’s development and maturity

WHO ARE OUR MEMBERS?

End Users are corporate occupiers and corporate tenants forming the industry’s demand side. The end user membership base is diverse and spans industries including high-tech, financial services, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, healthcare, insurance and oil and gas.

 

Service Providers are strategic partners and outsourced service partners forming the industry’s supply side. Virtually all corporate real estate departments partner with external service provider companies to deliver services needed to acquire, maintain and dispose of real estate. These services include but are not limited to brokerage, site selection, architecture and interior design, lease administration, facilities management, and technology platforms. One of the long-term trends in the CRE profession is toward leaner, smaller internal CRE teams focused primarily on strategy and client relationship management, with growing dependence on external service provider companies for tactical delivery and execution. Those external service providers are also members of the association.