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supply chain

Labor, Automation and the New Path of the Supply Chain

In an era marked by unprecedented disruptions and rapid technological advancements, J.C. Renshaw, head of supply chain consulting – North America, Savills North America, presented key challenges, emerging trends, and his predictions for what lies ahead at the I.CON East conference this week in Jersey City, New Jersey.

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Daniel Mallory and Jean Kane

Adopt or Adapt: Learning from Amazon’s Real Estate Approach

At NAIOP’s CRE.Converge this week in Seattle, Amazon Vice President for Worldwide Real Estate Daniel Mallory sat down for an in-depth chat with Jean Kane, former CEO of Colliers International-Minneapolis St. Paul and the incoming chair of the NAIOP Research Foundation. Kane asked Mallory about his perspectives on everything from the company’s sustainability efforts to today’s market challenges to future workforces and beyond.

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Warehouse workers

Labor Trends in the Powerhouse Logistics Empire

Experts dug into the data behind labor and workforce trends in California’s Inland Empire and the surrounding regions, one of the most competitive labor markets for distribution and manufacturing workers in the western U.S., during a session at NAIOP’s I.CON West in Long Beach, California. However, alternative markets like Phoenix and Las Vegas/Reno could provide valuable options outside of the Inland Empire, especially when considering total cost modeling.

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Economic outlook

Cutting Through the Uncertainty: CRE Leaders Share Economic, Industry Outlooks

Marcus & Millichap President and CEO Hessam Nadji set the stage for an in-depth conversation on the market’s uncertainty and where the economy and commercial real estate are headed, featuring Mark Zandi, chief economist with Moody’s Analytics, and panelists Wendy Mann, CEO of CREW Network; Tom McGee, CEO of ICSC; and Marc Selvitelli, president and CEO of NAIOP.

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2023 forecast

What Will 2023 Bring for CRE?

As the calendar turns to 2023, what’s ahead for the commercial real estate field? We talked to several NAIOP Distinguished Fellows and Research Foundation Governors to get their forecasts for the next 12 months.

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