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The Let’s Go Show Recap: Keeping Assets Competitive in 2022

The commercial real estate (CRE) space has completely transformed in recent years. Despite often being thought of as one of the slowest industries to modernize, many leading firms have taken steps to digitize their operations and properties to enhance the workplace experience.  On this episode of The Let’s Go Show, Chase Garbarino speaks to Pat …

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The Let’s Go Show Recap: Workplace Strategies Moving CRE Forward with Monika Solak of Nexudus

Today, flexible work environments are driven by a single truth: the hybrid workplace is what modern tenants want. And to meet their demands, office buildings need to be more than a location that produces work.  From the pre-pandemic coworking boom to today’s demands for an individualized approach to workplaces, Monika Solak of Nexudus has seen …

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The Let’s Go Show Recap: CRE Predictions for 2022 with CRETech’s Michael Beckerman

In the first episode of The Let’s Go Show, Michael Beckerman, the CEO of CRETech, joined Chase Garbarino to discuss how they got started in commercial real estate (CRE), the recent technological challenges in the industry, and the changes to the workplace. In the latest episode, Michael returns to make bold predictions for the industry …

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The Let’s Go Show Recap: Proptech 3.0: A Conversation with Oxford’s Andrew Baum

Professor Andrew Baum has been thinking about and studying the real estate industry since 1970. He recently began teaching MBA students and executives at the University of Oxford, soon realizing that his students wanted to learn more about the future of the industry than technical information. Thus, his extensive research reflects a greater understanding of …

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The Let’s Go Show Recap: Better Together with Office App’s Thijs van der Burgt

Thijs van der Burgt, CEO of the Netherlands-based tenant and engagement platform Office App, has a long history of technology ventures. Though his prior companies focused on health and parenting, Thijs was inspired to found Office App after a negative experience at an office building. He began to look into the market, noticed that “there …

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The Let’s Go Show Recap: The Office Sector Rebound with Michael Bull, Host of America’s Commercial Real Estate Show

Michael Bull’s real estate career started when he was just eighteen years old. Today, he owns his own real estate firm Bull Realty and hosts the country’s leading video and podcast show on commercial real estate (CRE), America’s Commercial Real Estate Show.  What started as a radio show over a decade ago is now a podcast, …

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The Let’s Go Show Recap: The Acquisition Conversation with James Segil

Mobile-based building entry credentials are among the fastest-growing access control products that have taken the commercial real estate (CRE) industry by storm. An estimated 54% of businesses have upgraded or will upgrade to mobile access control systems today — a number that continues to increase due to health and safety brought on by the COVID-19 …

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The Let’s Go Show Recap: NYC in Focus with Charlie Stephens

All eyes have been on New York City in the past few years, and Charlie Stephens has seen it all.  Charlie started his commercial real estate (CRE) career in midtown Manhattan, where he approached key company decision-makers with the opportunity to promote their brand and network on the Leaders Live show, LinkedIn’s first live business series. …

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The Let’s Go Show Recap: The State of Property Management with Rubenstein’s Kayte Singleton

Commercial property managers have fast-paced, dynamic roles. Now, as tenants and their employees require more flexibility in where and how they work, the role of property management is evolving.  This week on The Let’s Go Show, we got an inside look at what it’s like to manage 25 Kent, a Rubenstein Partners property in Brooklyn, …

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The Let’s Go Show Recap: The ROI of Connected Retail

  Every industry experienced enormous change in the past year or so, with the pandemic impacting the workforce and the companies that they work for. The state of retail —and more specifically the food and beverage industry — has been no exception to these conversations, with many brick and mortar restaurants and locations being forced …

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Let’s Go Show Recap: The Experience Economy with Author Joseph Pine

Internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and management advisor Joseph Pine has been talking about the importance of meaningful experiences for a long time. In fact, he and his partner recently re-released their best-selling 1999 book, The Experience Economy, on this very topic.  The book establishes that goods and services are no longer enough for consumers: companies …

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Let’s Go Show Recap: Creating Workplaces That Work

  The nature of work has changed dramatically in recent months. Though every organization is taking a unique approach to the new hybrid landscape, there are still many conflicting opinions around remote work. Some employees say they are more productive, while others note working much longer hours.  Whatever the case may be, there is no …

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Let’s Go Show Recap: Discussing the State of TeX in the U.K.

  Return to office plans are still up in the air for some landlords as the delta variant poses new health and safety challenges for the workplace. The U.K. is no exception: as of August 20th, fewer than one in five workers have returned to the physical workplace.  In order to combat this uncertainty, we’ve …

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Let’s Go Show Recap: Creating a Workplace People Want to Return To

  Though 70% of business leaders plan to have employees back in the office in some capacity by the fall of this year, things are not set in stone. Health and safety challenges have continued to fluctuate depending on region, and the imminent delta variant poses a risk to current state and CDC guidelines.  Last …

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Let’s Go Show Recap: Creating Community Through Sustainability, Wellness, and Charity

  Since its founding in 1936, Bulfinch has dedicated itself to protecting the environment and creating stronger communities in the areas which it operates. From day one of the HqO-Bulfinch partnership, they have stood out as a leader in the industry for this very reason.  A lot has changed since 1936. How does Bulfinch continue …

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