Corporate agency focuses on region

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 10 May, 1995, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 10 May, 1995, 12:00am

THE largest corporate property association in the world, NACORE, will be taking part in the exhibition. NACORE, the International Association for Corporate Real Estate organisation, which represents 3,300 building users in three continents, will be showcasing its activities at the convention and exhibition centre from Friday to Sunday.

The organisation will also dominate the second day of the two-day Property Post seminar, which starts on Friday.

Founded in the United States in 1974, NACORE represents residential, commercial, retail and industrial users. Its members include senior international property executives and academics.

The organisation will be promoting its educational programme at the exhibition where it is sponsoring a lecture on 'End-User Strategies in Asia'.

NACORE will also be encouraging property professionals attending the exhibition and seminar to network with each other.

The agency is sponsoring three seminars on Saturday as part of an overall programme in which participants will be urged to discuss corporate employee housing strategies, property acquisition and project management.

Speakers include consultants Nicholas Brooke, senior partner at Brooke Hillier Parker, Rick Williams, joint managing director of Colliers Jardine and Robert Roethenmund, partner at Trammell Crow International.

According to NACORE, the association sought to establish itself as the 'voice of the corporate real estate community'.

In addition to carrying out education and research into the activities of the world's property markets, NACORE is seeking to foster a global perspective towards the corporate real estate market.

It has established contacts with a number of other professional property bodies in the world, including the International Property Market, the American Real Estate Society and the International Facility Management Association.