IAMC Spring Professional Forum visits Bourbon Street in NOLA | March 17, 2016
The best and the brightest executives focusing on corporate real estate gathered in The Big Easy March 12 through 16 for unparalleled knowledge sharing and collegial networking at IAMC’s annual Spring Professional Forum. Attendees tackled tough issues around the workforce of the future, emerging technologies, and where industrial manufacturing is headed.
Director of Marketing Sharon Miller Trackman, and Managing Director Matthew Sheldrick, attended the forum, taking advantage of the exciting keynote speakers, a leadership development program on emotional intelligence, workshops and networking.
The NOLA forum focused on challenges facing industrial CRE’s as it related to addressing tomorrow’s challenges today. New FASB (Federal Lease Accounting Standards) was a hot topic, addressing pending implications for lessors and lessees of corporate real estate. IAMC featured keynotes husband and wife speakers James Carville and Mary Matalin to discuss the current political climate and the impacts of the upcoming election.
IAMC’s next forum will be hosted in London England of June 21st through the 23rd. Subject matter will focus on issues affecting industrial real estate without borders ie the implications of crossing the global divide. “Serving as co-chair of this inaugural event has been a privilege” states Miller Trackman. “Qube Global Software is excited to participate as both an attendee and a sponsor.”
The 2016 North American CoreNet Global Summit took place at the Philadelphia Convention Center from October 16 through 19.
Qube Global Software once again participated in IFMA’s World Workplace Expo on October 5 through 7 in San Diego, California. Team members Sharon Miller Trackman and Kevin Anderson provided expert advice to show attendees as it relates to agile workspace and ROI software solutions.
What’s the latest in FASB? As the deadline approaches new regulations and two year look backs, IAMC members are busy preparing for new lease accounting standards.