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    2019 EER: The easy way to save 3% of operating expenses

    Subscribe to BOMA International's just-released 2019 Experience Exchange Reports. Research shows that benchmarking your commercial property against others in this online database can save you up to 3% each year on operating expenses. That's an impressive return on your investment!

    • Date: 7/18/2019
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    Call for Applications: Five Board Member Seats Available

    BOMA Oakland/East Bay is seeking candidates to fill five director positions that will become available in 2020.  Applications are now open!  Four positions are available to Principal Members, one is available for Associate Members.  Any member in good standing is eligible to apply for a position.  Service on the Board of Directors of BOMA Oakland/East Bay represents a rare and valuable opportunity to lead the organization into the future and help shape our industry.  Board service is both challenging and rewarding, and offers a chance to develop leadership skills, gain unique experience and drive the strategic vision of BOMA.  Don't pass on the opportunity to help lead your professional association by applying today!  

    • Date: 7/15/2019
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    What's new in CRE tech?

    Every quarter, we gather insight from BOMA OEB members regarding a current issue or topic. Who better to answer your industry or BOMA-related questions than your peers? AT&T's Jean de Paul Eustache answers a question on the next big thing in tech and how it can affect our industry. 

    • Date: 7/11/2019

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