Building a ‘lego-cy’ at CoreNet’s Global Summit | May 4, 2012
Qube Global Software once again actively contributed to CoreNet’s Spring Summit in San Diego. These events assemble a varied yet cohesive representation of Corporate Real Estate executives, Service Providers, Economic Developers and Brokers, with a commonality in the advancement of the industry through a series of educational and networking opportunities. Representatives from buildingi and CADM partnered with Qube Global Software representatives in a triple booth, displaying ‘how 80 people can fit into one booth’.
Curious? So were a wide array of Summit participants, all eager to see the Legos model depicting how 80 employees can be manipulated, tracked and relocated…all through the use of a hand held scanner and bar coding. Following CoreNet’s initiative for improving the Summit experience, the association re-created its learning environment with hands on discussions, shorter sessions and audience participation. The partnership of Qube Global Software, buildingi and CADM was to re-enforce our commitment to the betterment of how Corporate Real Estate executives can make more effective use of their business resources. 2012 will reflect the initial changes CoreNet will be incorporating into the conference, showcasing improved content and delivery based on recommendations for new and exciting ways to educate and motivate the adult learner.
“Our experience with the Spring Summit was encouraging,” commented Sharon G. Miller, US Marketing Manager said. “We met CRE executives and other Service Providers who exemplify the associations desire to deliver value and education to all facets of the CRE industry at large.”