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1. Ozinga named employer of the year
2. CBRE calculates e-commerce returns will cost $37 billion
CBRE, a premier commercial real estate services provider, predicts e-commerce returns will cost $37 billion this holiday season and require many companies to find additional warehouse space. To learn more about distribution logistics, join us at the Buildings 2.0 conference, which will uncover the ways e-commerce is revolutionizing the real estate industry.
3. Clayco featured in The New York Times
4. Facilio outlines 2019 trends in facilities management
Facilio is a facilities, workforce, and energy management platform for commercial real estate professionals. Facilio predicts that facilities management in 2019 will center around providing occupants with top-notch experiences.