Having recently announced our lead sponsorship role with CoreNet NZ, TwentyTwo's David Lambie is lined up as one of the speakers at CoreNet's national symposium at Queen's Wharf in Auckland on 17 May.
With the theme of this year’s symposium being “let’s re-examine the role real estate plays in a constantly shifting world”, David will share the story of how Tauranga City Council has embarked on a wide range of initiatives to activate their core CBD which has been in decline for decades. A TwentyTwo client since 2016, David will talk about how Tauranga City has arrived at a truly exciting vision and the decisions it has made centred on partnering, vision, political will, innovation and courage.
David is just one of the impressive array of global and local speakers preparing to showcase exceptional projects that re-examine the role that corporate real estate plays in a constantly shifting world, adding value to corporate strategy and to the places, towns and cities in which we work. And you could be there!
If you’d like to join David and learn more about TCC’s journey, floating cities in South Korea, Apple’s corporate headquarters in Silicon Valley, the reinvention of Singapore’s century-old St James Power Station to become a shining example of a modern workplace for Dyson and more, join us on 17 May in Auckland by registering here. You can also find out more about the symposium here.
CoreNet is an association focused on increasing the understanding of how ‘property’ supports the strategic aspirations of all public, private and NFP organisations.
One of our drivers for sponsorship is to increase the participation of organisations that actually own/lease and operate property portfolios, getting their decision makers and teams along to more education and industry events to help broaden the understanding of how property impacts on core business (brand, employee experience, innovation, change etc), on communities and on broader social, public policy and economic outcomes – whether you are working in a corporate property team, local authority, not-for-profit organisation or in the wide range of central government agencies and crown entities delivering public services.