Former President Bill Clinton to Address Corporate Real Estate Industry at CoreNet Global Summit In Chicago

Former President Bill Clinton to Address Corporate Real Estate Industry at CoreNet Global Summit In Chicago

Press Release
January 20, 2004

CoreNet Global Announces New Format, Educational Features for Global Summit

ATLANTA - January 20, 2004 - CoreNet Global, the world's leading professional association for corporate real estate executives, announced today that former President Bill Clinton will deliver the keynote address at the CoreNet Global Summit in Chicago on May 17, 2004.

Clinton will address the audience, whose primary responsibilities for large corporations include management of the workplace and globally integrated corporate infrastructure, on the global business environment.

"Securing such a high profile speaker as Mr. Clinton is an exciting coup, and further demonstrates CoreNet Global's dedication to providing interesting and helpful programs and resources that enable members to better execute their jobs," said Peggy Binzel, CEO, CoreNet Global.

More than 3,000 industry professionals will gather at the Chicago Global Summit, themed, Corporate Real Estate 2010: Enabling Work in a Networked World, May 15-19, 2004. The Global Summit will also feature new educational programs for corporate end users on real estate from the perspectives of the CFO and CIO, and for government property managers on optimizing real estate. In addition, the Chicago Global Summit will offer numerous sessions on Corporate Real Estate 2010, a CoreNet Global industry-wide leadership development and research initiative that is exploring the future of the workplace and industry. Special 'Project Green' sustainable development exhibits will also be featured at the CoreNet Global Expo that runs concurrently with the Chicago Global Summit.

To register for the Global Summit, call 404-589-3200 or visit www.corenetglobal.org

The early registration for the Global Summit ends March 5.

CoreNet Global members manage $1.2 trillion (US) in worldwide corporate assets totaling 700-billion square feet of owned and leased office, industrial and other space.