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British Businesses Get Flexible

The UK’s business landscape is rapidly evolving. Over the last few years there has been a fundamental shift in the nation’s economy, with start-ups, SMEs and the self-employed accounting for a greater percentage of the workforce. According to the National Federation of Self Employed & Small Businesses at the start of last year there were a record 5.5 million private sector businesses. This was an increase of 97,000 on 2015 and two million more businesses than there were in 2000.

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4 Ways CRE Leaders Can WIN With Data

Data is playing a much larger role in business these days, especially in day-to-day business operations. With the Internet of Things, companies can measure every aspect of their business at a truly amazing and granular level. CRE is no stranger to this data-everywhere approach to business. In fact, as a leader, not being fluent in data is quickly becoming a liability in today’s business environment.

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Generalist or Specialist? A Primer for Commercial Real Estate Brokers

In most industries, professionals can choose to be a generalist or specialist—and commercial real estate brokerage is no exception. But which is the most fulfilling path for brokers to take?

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6 Ways to Better Manage Millennial Tenant Relationships

By 2020, Millennials will account for half of the global workforce, according to PwC research. As these individuals begin to dominate the office leasing landscape, this presents new challenges and opportunities for real estate brokers and landlords, who can no longer solely rely on established relationships and strategies to win new business and fill their buildings.

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The 6 CRE Events to Attend this Spring

As the weather in the Northern Hemisphere starts to heat up, so too does the commercial real estate events circuit. There’s a slew of events taking place over the second quarter - here’s our take on some of the larger industry events you need to have on your radar.

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Sporting Goods Retailers Continue Striking Out: is Experiential Retail the Home Run Needed?

Outdoor and sporting goods retailers have suffered a big blow in sales during the past couple of years, forcing many to file bankruptcy.

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Driving Business Through Content: 10 Tips For Real Estate Professionals

As someone who has been in the real estate public relations/media/marketing sector for almost 30 years, I can honestly say that I have never seen a more effective tactic to build a brand than Content Marketing.

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Is Battersea Power Station London’s New Tech Hub?

When Google announced in 2013 that it had sealed a deal for 2.3 acres of land at Argent’s King's Cross development, in North London, it was seen as a major coup for the developer. The complex regeneration scheme surrounding the mainline station had taken a long time to deliver and Argent had a big task on its hands turning a once insalubrious location into a fashionable destination for office occupiers.

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11 Tech Buzzwords Real Estate Professionals Need to Know

Ever find yourself involved in a conversation comprised almost entirely of acronyms?

In the tech community — where entrepreneurs speak a language all their own — it happens all the time.

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U.S. Office Market May Gain Traction as Surplus Space Disappears

Long overdue for some good news, the battered U.S. office market may finally be catching a break. Data shows that the mountain of shadow and sublease space hanging on the market is finally melting away.

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