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Qube Global Software gets dirty in New Orleans

During the CoreNet Spring conference, Qube US team members worked alongside other Corporate Real Estate executives in the 9th Ward in New Orleans. Nearly 30 conference attendees arrived a day early to build with the family who had lost everything to the Katrina more than 5 years earlier.

During the CoreNet Spring conference, Qube US team members worked alongside other Corporate Real Estate executives in the 9th Ward in New Orleans. Nearly 30 conference attendees arrived a day early to build with the family who had lost everything to the Katrina more than 5 years earlier.

The day involved deck building, caulking, painting, hanging doors, and tremendous amounts of commaraderie amongst the participants. “It feels right, doing something so simple, but that makes such an impact,” stated Vice President of Business Development, Matthew Sheldrick. “Our compliments to the folks at CoreNet and to our new friends at CresaPartners for allowing us this opportunity.”

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