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Primary Membership Categories
All memberships in CoreNet Global are individually held
- Corporate End User
Also known as corporate occupiers and corporate tenants forming the industry's demand side. These members are executives who manage real estate and related assets for companies whose primary business focus is not corporate or commercial real estate (CRE). Financial institutions, technology, energy, transportation, and consumer manufacturing are among the sectors represented in this category
- Service Provider
Also known as strategic partners and outsourced service partners forming the industry's supply side. A wide diversity of mainly commercial real estate interests populates this category of membership. CRE industry segment and disciplines represented include architects, brokers, contractors, developers, energy management, investors, landlords, owners, site selection consultants, sustainability, technology, workplace design and furniture, and many other parts of the CRE supply chain.
- Economic Developer
Also known as community development, as well as local, state or regional economic development corporations (EDC's), also on the CRE industry's supply side. EDC's connect to CoreNet Global mainly from the standpoint that economic development and location strategies are an important part of the corporate end-user focus. EDC involvement includes government agencies, Chambers of Commerce, public-private partnerships (PPP's), universities, and many other interests.
- Young Leaders
Also known as young professionals or emerging leaders, Young Leaders may be corporate end users, service providers or economic developers. Young Leaders are CoreNet Global members who are 35 years of age or younger. Many have already attained executive leadership positions within their companies or organizations.
Currently available for full-time teaching faculty at the college/university where they are employed. This does not apply to adjunct or part time professors. Employees of a college/university who work in the facilities/project management/architectural departments are not qualified for this pricing structure as these job functions would be considered End Users by CoreNet Global’s member type definitions. Must submit a copy of your employment id, join by phone or email only.
Available for full-time students at the college/university level taking a minimum of 15 credit hours per semester. Must submit a current copy of your transcript, join by phone or email only.
Available for full-time journalists working for a publication company. Must submit a letter on your publication’s letterhead, signed by your immediate supervisor verifying the nature of the business as a publication company, join by phone or email only.
Available for our former active members only. In order to receive this rate, a person must have been a member in good standing for a minimum of five years. Must submit a letter a letter from your last employer confirming your retired status, join by phone or email only.
CoreNet Global memberships are held by executives of leading companies including:
Cushman & Wakefield • Google • Sprint • Visa • Procter & Gamble Co. • Ford Land • eBay, Inc. • Microsoft • Steelcase • United Technologies Corp • General Electric • Hewlett Packard • CB Richard Ellis • Coca-Cola • Mary Kay, Inc. • Oracle • AT&T • Bank of America • Verizon • Humana, Inc. • Whirlpool Corporation • Haworth • BP International • Regus • Ciena • Cisco Systems • Exxon Mobil • Allstate Insurance Company • Fidelity • General Motors • Pfizer, Incorporated • Jones Lang LaSalle • McKesson • Deloitte Consulting • Johnson Controls • Colliers International • DTZ • Symantec • The Traveler's Companies • Wells Fargo Bank • Capital One and hundreds more.