Regional Headquarters: Cities of Opportunity in Asia Pacific

Regional Headquarters: Cities of Opportunity in Asia Pacific

March 2013

Despite the challenging global environment, the Asia Pacific economy continues to thrive. In fact, economies in the region are in better shape than those in Europe and the United States. The demand for office space has remained firm in 2012, bolstered by non-financial sectors eager to tap into Asia Pacific?s growth prospects. Where are multinational companies choosing to set up their headquarters in this disparate region? What are the main considerations? How are Asia?s global cities retaining their competitive advantage? Do companies today even need a regional headquarters? KEY TAKEAWAYS: ? Know the most important considerations when choosing where to locate offices in the Asia Pacific region. ? Understand how locational factors have changed in tandem with Asia Pacific?s economic rise. ? Learn about how Asia?s global cities are reinvigorating themselves to maintain competitiveness ? Discover the benefits for occupiers. SPEAKERS: Shaun Brodie Adam Catchpole Michael Wheatley Mabel Yu

Keywords: Shanghai Summit 2013, Asia Pacific, RHQ, Regional Headquarters, Geography, Political, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai

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