COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) continues to impact business and daily living around the globe. CoreNet Global is actively working to provide corporate real estate professionals and their organizations with tools and information resources to help with business continuity.
CoreNet Global is continuously monitoring developments and resources will be posted regularly to this web page. Members should also refer to the CDC and World Health Organization (WHO) for up-to-the-minute updates and best practices.
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Defining moments come along once or twice in a generation. Leaders, like you face a myriad of important and difficult decisions. You are REsponsibly balancing health, safety, and financial implications. Through quick and resourceful actions you’re determining how your enterprise emerges from the current crisis. Rethinking the future of real estate with thoughtful REasoning is the power of RE to move beyond adaptation to building REsilience. Learn more today: www.corenetglobal.org/virtualsummit
More than 1,000 corporate real estate professionals from 35 countries have created a vision of return-to-work through the CoreNet Global COVID-19 Hackathon, a Virtual Ideation Experience. Final reports are now available: www.corenetglobal.org/hackathonresults.
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