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  • Reverse Logistics (I.CON East 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/13/2019

    While companies are finding ways to shorten delivery times, the process for customers to return or exchange items has proven more of a challenge. So what are the most cost-effective approaches for integrating reverse logistics into the supply chain?

    While companies are finding ways to shorten delivery times, the process for customers to return or exchange items has proven more of a challenge. So what are the most cost-effective approaches for integrating reverse logistics into the supply chain? Who’s successful in the space now? How are strategies different for large companies vs. smaller ones, and what technologies are being introduced to help streamline the process?

    Speaker:
    Joe Dunlap, Managing Director, CBRE Supply Chain Advisory, CBRE

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON East 2019 Archived Recordings page.

     

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  • Closing the Conversation: I.CON’s Key Takeaways (I.CON East 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/13/2019

    After two days of learning and networking at a conference, you may have a serious case of brain-drain. You’ve met new people, been exposed to interesting new ideas, and it’s hard to fully absorb it all. In this final session of I.CON East, we have a solution: let us do the hard work for you.

    After two days of learning and networking at a conference, you may have a serious case of brain-drain. You’ve met new people, been exposed to interesting new ideas, and it’s hard to fully absorb it all. In this final session of I.CON East, we have a solution: let us do the hard work for you. Industry expert Kate Bryden with MRP Industrial will identify the most provocative ideas explored at the conference and help you head back to the office with actionable insights that you can implement now.

    Speaker:
    Kate Bryden, LEED AP BD+C, Vice President Development, MRP Industrial LLC

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON East 2019 Archived Recordings page.

     

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  • Keynote Session: 2020 Industrial Market and Economic Trend Outlook (I.CON East 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/12/2019

    Get a big-picture look at the state of the U.S. economy now and what to expect through 2020 with Joshua Harris, Ph.D., Vice President of Strategy, Skanska USA Commercial Development.

    Get a big-picture look at the state of the U.S. economy now and what to expect through 2020 with Joshua Harris, Ph.D., Vice President of Strategy, Skanska USA Commercial Development. A NAIOP Distinguished Fellow, Harris is co-author of the NAIOP Industrial Space Demand Forecast and will share the latest forecast and the key impact drivers influencing demand, plus define the major trends likely to continue to shape the market over the next decade. How will demographic shifts, the changing labor force, and new technologies change the need for industrial space? Harris will cover all of these topics, as well as major investment themes for institutional investors to consider for long-term planning.

    Welcome Remarks
    Thomas J. Bisacquino, President and CEO, NAIOP
    Greg Fuller, 2019 NAIOP Chairman and President and COO, Granite Properties

    Keynote
    Joshua A. Harris, Ph.D., CRE, CCIM, CAIA, Vice President of Strategy, Skanska USA Commercial Development

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON East 2019 Archived Recordings page.

     

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  • The Multistory Debate (I.CON East 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/12/2019

    In this session, speakers will take a look at the big picture of building multistory industrial, including demand-drivers, design challenges, cost financing, lender pools, exit strategies, setting rents, educating tenants, CAM costs, fire protection laws and more.

    An 18-acre site in Brooklyn will be the future home to a four-story, 1.3-million-square-foot distribution center – the largest multistory warehouse in the U.S. This Sunset Industrial Park is groundbreaking in its scope and design, but some might argue it’s just the tip of the iceberg. As prime infill locations are snapped up and demand for one-day delivery ramps up, multistory industrial design becomes a more appealing – and realistic – option. In this session, speakers will take a look at the big picture of building multistory industrial, including demand-drivers, design challenges, cost financing, lender pools, exit strategies, setting rents, educating tenants, CAM costs, fire protection laws and more.

    Moderator:
    Paul Klink, EVP, Head of Industrial Services, Newmark Knight Frank

    Speakers:
    Dov Hertz, President, DH Property Holdings
    Leslie Lanne, Managing Director, JLL
    Jeff Milanaik, Principal, Bridge Development Partners LLC
    Brian Milberg, Senior Partner, Sitex Group

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON East 2019 Archived Recordings page.

     

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  • How to Invest in an Ultra-competitive Marketplace (I.CON East 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/12/2019

    Looking ahead, our experts discuss where there are the next opportunities to invest, what an effective strategy looks like, and how to compete with large-scale institutional investors.

    In 2018, the industrial investment market was dominated by large portfolio transactions with domestic and global capital making significant bets in this sector. Looking ahead, our experts discuss where there are the next opportunities to invest, what an effective strategy looks like, and how to compete with large-scale institutional investors.

    Moderator:
    Brandi Hanback, EVP Industrial Development, Head of FTZ, Trade & Logistics, Rockefeller Group

    Speakers:
    Kathleen Briscoe, Partner, Chief Capital Officer, Dermody Properties
    Barbara Perrier, Vice Chairman, CBRE
    Gretchen Wilcox, President and Founder, G.S. Wilcox & Co. 

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON East 2019 Archived Recordings page.

     

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  • Food Storage: Growth and Opportunities (I.CON East 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/12/2019

    According to CBRE, the growth of online grocery sales could create demand for up to 100 million square feet of industrial cold storage space over the next five years. How will that affect the logistics supply chain, and how are cold storage properties valued?

    According to CBRE, the growth of online grocery sales could create demand for up to 100 million square feet of industrial cold storage space over the next five years. How will that affect the logistics supply chain, and how are cold storage properties valued? Cold storage space can be costly, and typically build-to-suit, though spec projects are possible, too. While cold storage currently accounts for a small fraction of industrial space overall, the sector is poised for takeoff, so don’t miss your chance to get informed on this emerging trend.

    Moderator:
    Nick Anthony, EVP and Chief Investment Officer, Duke Realty

    Speakers:
    Chris Copenhaver, SIOR, Co-Lead, Food & Beverage Advisory Practice, Cushman & Wakefield of Georgia, Inc.
    Bill Fishel, Senior Managing Director, JLL
    Nick Gaganiaras, Vice President, Supply Chain Consulting, Colliers International

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON East 2019 Archived Recordings page.

     

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  • Institutionalization of the Industrial Real Estate Industry (I.CON East 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/12/2019

    At this session, speakers will share projects where institutional investors were integral. Also up for discussion: Does the proprietary owner still have a place?

    One of the biggest changes to the commercial real estate industry over the last 15 years has been the increase in institutionalization within the asset class. The industry is now dominated by institutions that specialize in real estate investing. At this session, speakers will share projects where institutional investors were integral. Also up for discussion: Does the proprietary owner still have a place?

    Moderator:
    Robert Kossar, SIOR, Vice Chairman, Northeast Industrial Region, JLL

    Speakers:
    David Greek, Acquisitions Director, Greek Development
    Alex Klatskin, General Partner, Forsgate Industrial Partners
    Clark Machemer, Senior Managing Director, Crow Holdings Industrial

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON East 2019 Archived Recordings page.

     

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  • Success in Succession Webinar

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/20/2019

    While many professionals know the importance of succession planning for the continued success of their organization, the process may feel overwhelming and unwieldy. Brian Haney, founder and vice president of The Haney Company, a family-owned full-service financial practice, will lead this webinar on effective succession planning for businesses.

    The Advantage Series is an exclusive member benefit, delivering expert insights into the latest research to help you make informed business decisions.

    While many professionals know the importance of succession planning for the continued success of their organization, the process may feel overwhelming and unwieldy. Brian Haney, founder and vice president of The Haney Company, a family-owned full-service financial practice, will lead this webinar on effective succession planning for businesses. He’ll cover what succession planning actually entails, address unique family dynamics, ways to mitigate risk, how to “change hands” without losing money or momentum, transfer knowledge effectively, and more. A Q&A will follow the speaker’s remarks.

    Brian Haney CLTC, CFS, CFBS, CIS, LACP

    Vice President

    • Vice President, The Haney Company.
    • Brian has been in the Financial Services Business since 2003, working with a diverse group of clients representing a slice of the Washington DC marketplace.
    • As a native of the Washington area, he grew up in Chevy Chase, Maryland, attending high school in Bethesda.
    • He founded The Haney Company with his father 6 years ago, to combine 2 generations of industry experience.
    • With more than a decade of experience in Banking, Investments, Asset management and insurance, Brian's expertise and keen insights provide organizations, businesses and individuals with unique and innovative strategies to meet their insurance needs and financial goals. The marriage between his father’s association/non-profit expertise and his private industry background give the Haney Company a substantial edge in the marketplace.

  • Opportunity Zones Webinar

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/16/2019

    In this webinar, speakers Allen Gregory, Lead Federal Tax Partner at TaxOps, and founder of AG Tax and Consulting; and Mark Kennedy, CIO, FUEL.LA Innovation Hub and Opportunity Zone Fund; will deliver a comprehensive look at Opportunity Zones and the tax and investment opportunities and implications for the community investment tool.

    In this webinar, speakers Allen Gregory, Lead Federal Tax Partner at TaxOps, and founder of AG Tax and Consulting; and Mark Kennedy, CIO, FUEL.LA Innovation Hub and Opportunity Zone Fund; will deliver a comprehensive look at Opportunity Zones and the tax and investment opportunities and implications for the community investment tool. Gregory will discuss Qualified Opportunity Fund overall tax deferral and exclusion basics, recent proposed regulations, creating opportunity funds and compliance, and more. Kennedy will speak to the opportunity/investment side, and the ripple effect of what happens in and around Opportunity Zones, including technology, job growth and much more. A Q&A will follow the speakers’ remarks.

    Allen Gregory

    Shareholder

    • For over 25 years, Allen has been providing business tax and advisory services to corporations and flow-through entities (partnerships, LLCs, S Corps) in all aspects of income taxation. He has significant experience in tax outsourcing and has successfully represented clients in tax controversy and abatement matters. Allen founded AG Tax and Consulting in Golden, Colorado, which merged with TaxOps in 2019.
    • Allen is passionate about delivering hands-on, customized tax solutions. This dedication allows him to carefully guide clients through the analysis and planning around critical tax matters. With a background in public accounting and experience running his own firm, Allen understands the pressing issues businesses face along the road to achieving success. He brings this diversified experience, industry-specific knowledge, and transaction sense to each client to help put tax matters right and drive better tax outcomes.
    • Allen’s wide range of industry experience includes a special interest in real estate ownership and development. He helps position businesses for success from formation to liquidation, including entity selection and exemption elections; operating agreements (capital allocations, waterfall provisions, and ownership economics); and cost segregation analysis for newly constructed, renovated and acquired real estate. Allen teaches real estate taxation for NAIOP and has spoken for the Colorado Real Estate Journal.
    • Previously, Allen was a tax partner at Eide Bailly, where he focused on meeting the tax consulting and compliance needs of middle-market companies.
    • In his free time, Allen serves as a three-sport coach for his children, motivating players and making sports fun. He is also an active cyclist and competes in amateur events.

    Mark Kennedy

    Chief Investment Manager

    • Mark is a unique real estate and venture capitalist who focuses on the beneficial relationship between technology and the built environment. He is an early investor and adviser to some of the leading coworking, AI, and proptech companies in the US.  Mark has developed, re-positioned, recapitalized and managed billions of dollars of office, retail, industrial and MF assets for some of the worlds leading CRE firms: CBRE, Winthrop, Apollo, and PMG Asset Management.
    • The QOZ-IPO Hybrid Technology Fund - Mark is the for Managing Partner for this ground-breaking Opportunity Zone fund that allows leading tech execs to shelter billions of dollars of IPO gains into the creation of ground-breaking innovation districts in underserved areas. The first investment of the QOZ-IPO will be the creation of The Silicone Promenade, a groundbreaking innovation hub in Downtown LA.
    • This new age vertically integrated village will serve as an alternative to the more cost prohibitive innovation hubs of Silicon Valley and Silicon Beach.  To foster organic innovation and inclusion, this facility will provide affordable work force and learn and earn housing, next generation Co-Living, Mentor Housing, R&D based Coworking, as well as specialized incubator facilities for PropTech, Smart City, AI, Blockchain and other emerging technologies, in addition to a next gen experiential retail and event center to showcase the latest CPG, DTC, retail, fashion, and culinary products and technologies from local designers, makers, students and startups with the help of corporate and academic partners.
    • Founding Companies
      In 2016 he founded CoWork in a Box, the first White Label solution for Commercial Property Owners and Occupiers to operate internal coworking and future of work environs.
      In 2017 he founded Cowork at the Mall, an Experiential Retail concept for struggling malls that combines coworking, events, DTC launches, and a Retail Fash/Tech incubator.

  • The Battle over Property Taxes Webinar

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/25/2019

    State and local governments are increasingly turning to commercial real estate for more revenue, particularly property taxes, in order to fund government services such as affordable housing and education. This webinar will focus on state and local tax structures and the impact of increased property taxes on commercial development and real estate.

    State and local governments are increasingly turning to commercial real estate for more revenue, particularly property taxes, in order to fund government services such as affordable housing and education. This webinar will focus on state and local tax structures and the impact of increased property taxes on commercial development and real estate.

    Robert Gutierrez

    President and Chief Executive Officer

    • Rob is the President and Chief Executive Officer of CalTax, responsible for managing the staff and overall direction of the association. Rob joined CalTax in August 2009, and served as Director of State & Local Finance and Director of the California Tax Foundation, the nonprofit research organization founded by CalTax in 1980.
    • Rob is a member of the advisory boards for the Franchise Tax Board and the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration. He has completed extensive research on California tax policy, including property taxes, how taxes and fees are applied under Proposition 26, and legislative spending priorities.
    • He assisted in the publishing of the second edition of California's Tax Machine: A History of Taxing and Spending in the Golden State.
    • Rob holds a degree in political science from Westmont College in Santa Barbara.

    Michael Lucci

    Vice President of State Projects

    • Michael Lucci is the Vice President of State Projects at the Tax Foundation, where he leads the state team in working with state and local officials to improve and modernize their tax codes.
    • Michael served as Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner’s Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy prior to joining the Tax Foundation and previously served as Vice President of Policy at Illinois Policy Institute. Michael’s career has involved work in finance as an options trader and education as a math instructor.
    • Michael competes in triathlons and half marathons and is planning to run his first marathon this year. He and his wife share a passion for traveling and plan to see all seven continents together. Michael is a proud graduate of the University of Notre Dame, and lives in Alexandria, Va., with his wife and daughter.