Sunday, 06 May 2018 19:13

May Focus Friday: Workspace 2020 - Changes in the workplace and its impact on real estate

Join us for Focus Friday - May 18th! 8:30 10:00 am

HurtHub renderingThe Amazon HQ2 search turned site selection and the image of the future workplace on its head. Now learn about how companies are changing the way they view new locations to attract talent to their workplace (Millennials). Kathleen Rose with Rose and Associates will lead a discussion on:

New Criteria for Selecting Space
Attracting Talent: Millennial Magnets
Workspace – New environments including co-working space and office design, meant to attract talent
And Regional and Local Examples of new work environments for entrepreneurs and tech companies

The Focus Friday takes on Friday, May 18th from 8:30 to 10 am in the Randy Marion Board Room 19900 West Catawba Avenue Suite 201.Cornelius

Focus Friday is a public policy program of the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce which examines community and legislative issues from multiple perspectives. While intended for Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce members and community leaders, guests are welcome by RSVP to the Chamber at 704-892-1922.

Focus Friday is presented by Novant Health - Huntersville Medical Center and sponsored by Business Today and WSIC 100.7 FM. The program is emceed by Public Policy Chairman Jason Colvin.

The Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce, with approximately 950 business members, represents the Huntersville, Davidson, Cornelius, and greater Lake Norman regional business community.

Pictured is a rendering of the completed Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship - Davidson College.

 

About our speaker:

Kathleen Rose, CCIM, CRE Ms. Rose is President and Chief Executive Officer of Rose & Associates Southeast, Inc. Ms. Rose combined decades of experience as a development expert and real estate analyst to build a unique consulting practice which assists public, private and institutional clients in market feasibility, project positioning, site selection and economic development. Ms. Rose has managed the analysis, planning, development and positioning of over 400 projects throughout the United States. She holds the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation of the Commercial Investment Real Estate Institute of the National Association of Realtors. Kathleen Rose 150x150

After receiving the designation in 1989, she went on to serve on the Institute's Faculty and as Chair of several regional and national executive committees. She also holds the designation of Counselor of Real Estate (CRE) of the National Association of Realtors. The CRE credential is awarded only to those individuals who are invited by their peers as established consultants into the membership of The Counselors of Real Estate. She is currently Chair of the CRE Consulting Corps, a volunteer consulting services committee of the national organization. Ms. Rose is a long-time member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), and has served on many national Advisory Services Panels, including the Daniel Rose Center for Public Policy. Locally, she has also chaired a Technical Advisory Panel and is a member of the Regional Trends Council.

Ms. Rose is also a member of the International Economic Development Council (IEDC), the International City/Council Management Association (ICMA), the Southeast Economic Development Association (SEDC) and the North Carolina Downtown Development Association. Ms. Rose is a quoted expert and has authored several articles for a wide variety of industry trade publications, and presented at meetings and conferences to a wide variety of audiences on topics including retail, development, urban planning, economic development and related subjects.

Her work in real estate, community and economic development has resulted in being recognized by Business Today as a top business woman in the Lake Norman region in 2010 and The Charlotte Business Journal as among the top 25 businesswomen in 2011. To provide living models and case studies for the firm’s work, Ms. Rose is also involved in private investment, development and redevelopment projects, and asset management. She also provides consulting services to real estate and economic development organizations, including initiatives related to small business and entrepreneurship.

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