Archive for October, 2009
Jim Damiani goes on the hunt for speakers for the Ridin’ the Storm Out program on Nov 18. Watch as he persuades Jim Freytag to join him on the speaker panel, along with Sonja Breyfogle, Steve Chirhart, Norma Jaeger, Murray Kornberg, John McCarthy and Greg Miller.
Register online at www.naiopmn.org.
A big thanks to all the speakers this morning who presented to NAIOP on social media!
A big thanks also to presenters Brenda Studt of Stahl Construction and Clint Miller of Cushman & Wakefield, as well as Alyssa Peterson of Evoke Design.
Twitter in Business: http://business.twitter.com/twitter101
Twitter 101 (1 of 2): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JI5eJ1DiH18
Twitter 101 (2 of 2): http://vimeo.com/6506843
Facebook for Business 101: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETrtDmzbn8w
Social Media in Plain English: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MpIOClX1jPE&feature=related
Social Media University: http://social-media-university-global.org/
Larry Pobuda, co-founder of Bloomington-based Stewart Lawrence Group and long-standing member of NAIOP Minnesota, will be sworn in tomorrow as NAIOP’s national chairman. His term will officially begin on January 1, 2010.
Leave a note for Larry and join us in congratulating him on this distinguished honor.
The NAIOP Research Foundation recently announced the appointment of Collin Barr as one of the Foundation’s 35 Governors.
Barr is president, Minnesota Region, of Ryan Companies US, Inc., located in Minneapolis. In this role, he provides executive leadership to the Minnesota Regional office, encompassing the disciplines of development, architecture and engineering, construction and property management. A member of NAIOP since 1997, he is also a member of the Build to Suit Forum.
The mission of the NAIOP Research Foundation is to foster building better communities through practical research and education that advances the quality and makes evident the benefits of commercial real estate ownership and development. Individuals who make a substantial contribution to the endowment fund of the NAIOP Research Foundation are invited to accept the lifetime distinction of Governor. Governors are eligible to serve as Foundation Trustees and help shape the Foundation’s future research agenda. (more…)
Colliers Turley Martin Tucker (Colliers), along with partners from Peoples Electric and KONE, joined more than 1,000 other volunteers to provide exterior home improvements to one of 25 deserving homeowners in the Twin Cities area. Owners of the Colliers home, Paul and Liz Matton, have lived in their Minneapolis home for the past 40 years. The Mattons have five children and are both retired, however Paul keeps a part time janitorial job to keep him busy. (more…)