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E-commerce Evolution: Considerations for Commercial Real Estate

Although businesses first began conducting electronic transactions via computer networks as early as the 1960s, e-commerce — defined as the buying and selling of goods and services over the Internet — truly began in the mid 1990s. This publication identifies and describes the foundational elements of this new way of shopping and shipping, and poses key questions for commercial real estate professionals working in this realm.

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2013 NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey  

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Is your salary and bonus package competitive? Find out with the 2013 NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Compensation Survey.

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Innovations in Marketing  

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Is your building being marketed for lease in the "old school" way - signs, flyers, brochures? Learn how to take full advantage of the latest technology in order to broaden your market reach and accelerate your leasing.

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E-commerce Evolution — Element 3: Changing Supply Chains

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E-commerce is forcing both retailers and transportation/logistics companies to make significant changes to their respective supply chains — the way goods are moved from manufacturers to retailers and consumers. According to Retail Systems Research (RSR), a retailer seeking to increase its e-commerce presence faces three key challenges.

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E-commerce Evolution — Element 1: The Internet and Mobile Devices

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The retail conversation has moved beyond brick-and-mortar versus online sales. No matter where they make a purchase, many people now get their first impression of a retailer from its Internet presence.

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South Korea's Smart Work Centers, by Citiscope

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According to a Citiscope article, South Korean government workers already may be working in “the office setup of the future.” The federal and municipal governments both operate “smart work centers” that enable employees to avoid long commutes at least several days a week.

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Retain That Good Tenant!

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Acquire new techniques for tenant retention, and brush up on best practices. Susan Graham, CCIM, CPM offers tips and insights from a number of other top property managers whom she interviewed about retaining good tenants, and satisfying their employees.

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I.con 2013 Recap: Presentations and Videos

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More than 500 of industrial real estate’s top developers, owners, brokers and professionals joined together for I.con-The Industrial Conference, June 5-6 in Los Angeles. View the presentations and selected video snippets of the speakers and panelists.

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