A NAIOP Member Advantage: National Forums

December 19, 2016 at 1:54 pm

When you’re a NAIOP member, be a part of NAIOP’s flagship program for exclusive networking and experience exchange. Involvement in a National Forum has consistently been a primary value of being a member, as the Forums provide a unique opportunity for members to openly discuss project challenges, business opportunities and lessons-learned in a confidential and non-competitive setting. Over time, fellow members become a trusted circle of advisers.

The National Forums are an excellent way to become involved and develop connections with key industry leaders.

2017 Forums are forming now. Application is required.

GENERAL FORUMS, available to NAIOP member who have 10 or more years of related experience:
– Capital Markets  – Deal and Investment Concepts  – E-Commerce
– Entrepreneurial Investment & Development  – Energy Market
– Medical & Life Science Development  – Property Investment
– National Market Perspectives & Practices  – Urban Redevelopment
– Public/Private Partnership  – Trends in Real Estate Development

LIMITED FORUMS, available to NAIOP principal members who have 10 or more years of related expense:
– Built-To-Suit Development  – Business Park Development
– Family Owned Business  – Industrial Acquisitions  – Industrial Development
– Marketing & Leasing  – Mixed-Use Development  – Office Acquisitions
– Office Development  – Private Developers  – Real Estate Law & Transactions

DEVELOPING LEADERS FORUM, available to NAIOP’s Developing Leader members (aged 35 or younger) and with at least experience to share with colleagues and senior industry professionals and peers.

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For more information about NAIOP Minnesota, visit www.NAIOPMN.org.

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