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Corporate Real Estate Adapts to Global Challenges
Global market complexities are making strategic real estate planning more critical to business health - and more challenging - than ever.
Stuart Hicks, President, Strategic Clients and Chairman of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Global Corporate Solutions Board, Jones Lang LaSalle and Matt Jackson, Strategic Consulting, Jones Lang LaSalle (March 2011)
 
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As economic recovery progresses, will pressure from executive leadership lessen on CRE teams? How will this affect the market?
Margin creation/preservation and the search for opportunities to create shareholder value is a theme we expect to remain constant looking forward through periods of contraction and expansion. More
- Stuart Hicks, President, Strategic Clients and Chairman of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Global Corporate Solutions Board, Jones Lang LaSalle
How will CRE expansion in emerging markets affect site selection in the United States?
As companies re-balance the real estate portfolio to support increasing levels of business activity in emerging markets, the increased presence will require an adoption of new strategies for evaluating and acquiring sites. More
- Stuart Hicks, President, Strategic Clients and Chairman of Jones Lang LaSalle’s Global Corporate Solutions Board, Jones Lang LaSalle
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