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CBRE Announces Winners of 2018 Global Urban Photography Competition

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Richard Morgan named 2018 CBRE Urban Photographer of the Year. 

Competition received record-breaking number of entries in its 11th anniversary.

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Richard Morgan named 2018 CBRE Urban Photographer of the Year. 

Competition received record-breaking number of entries in its 11th anniversary.

CBRE Hosts 2018 Women’s Networking Forum

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LOS ANGELES, March 19, 2018 /3BL Media/ - CBRE hosted its 2018 CBRE Women’s Networking Forum, the largest company gathering of women, March 14-16 in Chicago. The conference theme this year was “Impact,” recognizing the positive impact of women in the company and the commercial real estate industry.

CBRE Named to Center for Companies That Care's Honor Roll for Eleventh Consecutive Year

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LOS ANGELES, March 16, 2018 /3BL Media/ - CBRE Group, Inc. announced that it has been named to Center for Companies That Care’s Honor Roll for the 11th consecutive year. Center for Companies that Care recognizes employers for outstanding workplace practices and active community involvement.

Honor Roll employers are selected for their adherence to all 10 Characteristics of socially responsible employers. Each consistently makes meaningful investments in its employees and in society through community service.

CBRE and Rebuilding Together Work to Renovate Ada S. McKinley Program in Chicago, IL

Hundreds of volunteers repair center serving people with disabilities
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LOS ANGELES, March 12, 2018 /3BL Media/ - CBRE, through its corporate philanthropy program, CBRE Cares, will partner with national community revitalization nonprofit organization Rebuilding Together to renovate one of Ada S. McKinley’s program locations in Chicago, Illinois, during its CBRE Women’s Networking Forum.

Well Buildings Are Becoming More Than A Fad As Benefits Get Easier To Measure

Mike Phillips, Bisnow London
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An example is a study undertaken by CBRE in conjunction with the University of Twente in the Netherlands. The study found that providing healthy alternatives to sugary food and drinks improved productivity by 45%; schemes to provide mental balance like meditation and yoga improved productivity by 30%; introducing circadian lighting, which mirrors the waxing and waning of natural daylight, improved productivity by 12%.

Cleaning the Built Environment After the Big Celebration

by Daniel Rosen
Blog

The city of Philadelphia’s football team won the big game for the first time ever and its long-suffering fan base celebrated the victory in kind. In February, the city held a massive parade for its football team, a turnout that some estimated teetered over 700,000 people (a spokesman for the City of Philadelphia did not have an official tally). With this great turnout came its inevitable byproduct: trash. Lots of trash.

How CBRE Develops Competitive Advantage: Q&A with Global Director of CR David Pogue

by Alyssa Danigelis
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“Commercial real estate is at the nexus of many issues — waste, water, energy, emissions, health,” says David Pogue, global director of corporate responsibility for CBRE. “We have a particular responsibility as a real estate services company to help our clients and the whole industry move forward.”

For CBRE, this means adopting a strategy that takes shared values into consideration. Recently we caught up with Pogue to learn how the company is integrating corporate responsibility into its business practices, and what kind of competitive advantages this can produce.

CBRE Group, Inc. Recognized on Barron’s 100 Most Sustainable Companies List

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LOS ANGELES, February 15, 2018 /3BL Media/ - CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBG) has been recognized as one of the 100 Most Sustainable Companies in the U.S.

CBRE Group, Inc. Named a World’s Most Ethical Company for Fifth Straight Year

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LOS ANGELES, February 12, 2018 /3BL Media/ - CBRE Group, Inc. (NYSE:CBG) has been recognized as a 

How Drones Are Helping Traditional Industries Take Flight Into the Future

by Karla Pope
Blog

Not long ago, the mere thought of drones was reserved for the military and sci-fi movies. Today, they’ve become a part of everyday conversation among friends, in the media and beyond. While drones aren’t swarming the skies yet, many companies across industries are using them more and more to increase efficiency and productivity.

“Drone technology is going to disrupt businesses,” says Elaine Whyte, head of drones (UK) at PricewaterhouseCoopers. “They’re agile, inexpensive, and rapid to respond. So, they can go and reach places that are difficult for a business to get to.”

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