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  • Every Business Has Two Sides: Supply and Demand
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    Early on in a career, how does a bright, young mind choose between a profession in corporate real estate vs one in commercial real estate? Answer, we educate them. Taking on this task, ASU’s W.P Carey School of Business holds an eight session, non-credit, certificate class taught by corporate real... Read more »
  • The World of Law is Changing
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    Sherry Cushman, Executive Managing Director and Leader of the Legal Sector Advisory Group at Cushman & Wakefield, stopped by Phoenix on her 2017 National Symposium Tour. During her U.S. tour, Sherry took a deep dive into the National Legal Sector Benchmark Survey results and their impact on law firms across... Read more »
  • Patti Martin Celebrates 41 Years of Services
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    Patti Martin began her career with Cushman & Wakefield 41 years ago, at the age of 19. The core characteristics of the Cushman & Wakefield brand are client-centric, highly collaborative, innovation through diversity, relentless curiosity and professional excellence. Since joining the company in 1976, Patti has routinely exemplified these characteristics.... Read more »
  • Tom Atkinson Congratulations on Your Retirement!
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    Tom Atkinson, Director in Cushman & Wakefield’s Phoenix industrial group, is retiring after 21 years with the company. He originally joined Grubb & Ellis in 1996, before the company went through a series of mergers resulting in Cushman & Wakefield as we know it today. To celebrate his many years... Read more »
  • Phoenix WIN Makes 36,936 Meals for Feed My Starving Children
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    The Phoenix Women’s Integrated Network (WIN) chapter recently volunteered for Feed My Starving Children, a nonprofit organization that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children. The 22 WIN volunteers hand-packed nutritious MannaPack meals, specifically designed to reverse malnutrition. The group was broken up into two teams of 11, and joined... Read more »
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