"We are excited to offer our members opportunities foreducation, networking, leadership development and communityinvolvement," says Barton in a statement. "The goal is to supportthe members in creating strategic value for their enterprises. Weare here to support the corporate real estate mission and thosecharged with carrying out that mission."

The chapter's events planned for next year include educationalsessions, point-counterpoint debates (such as the upcoming debateinvolving landlord vs. tenant), a conference on corporate realestate issues in Latin America and corporate end-userroundtables.

Created on May 1, 2002, CoreNet Global, which has 7,000 membersand 58 chapters, stands for a global Corporate Real Estate Network.The organization is an integration of the International DevelopmentResearch Council and The International Association of CorporateReal Estate Executives to become a single voice for theindustry.

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