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on 16-Sep-10 02:40.
on 04-Aug-10 18:37.
Frost & Sullivan is pleased to announce that Jake Wengroff, Global Director of Corporate Communications, will serve as a speaker for The Social Media Strategies Summit, to be presented by Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI), taking place September 15-17, 2010, in San Francisco, California.
The event will unite senior-level corporate communicators, media professionals, marketers, technology executives, and analysts in a highly-interactive and educational series of sessions.
on 30-Jul-10 09:43.
on 15-Jun-10 15:20.
In the first half of 2010 GSMI presented two conferences in San Diego. As a result of their tremendous success, GSMI is proud to continue offering updated versions of GDCcon – The Green Data Center Conference & Exhibition will be expanding east beginning in October. Conference cities will include New York (targeting the financial services sector), Atlanta and its first international location, Amsterdam. San Diego, and the three new venues will provide attendees an ideal chance to network at an executive level.
on 11-Jun-10 09:19.
The Green Lease has a pivotal role in sustainable buildings. Not only from an economic perspective (either favoring landlord, tenant or both), but also for continuing compliance with USGBC’s LEED rating and/or any other certifying body requirements. Furthermore, with the advent of local municipal requirements for property owners to benchmark, meter, monitor and reduce energy and potable water consumption, landlord’s face potential fines and other penalties if the requirements are not met. But absent the local law requirements, it is interesting to note which party directs the greening and why, whether it be the tenant or the landlord. Negotiation postures differ depending upon the nature of the transaction (new lease or renewal), size of tenant (large or not large), green or not green (tenant or landlord) and how a mix of the above may determine the “green” effect taken on by a property and maintained by same.
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