Archive January 2024

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BOMA International Webinar: Greening the Blueprint

BOMA International has a new webinar on February 14 centered on businesses embarking on a transformative journey toward responsible building practices through tailored decarbonization strategies. Sign up today!


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Participate in CREATE'S Annual Mentor Match!

BOMA OEB is an alliance partner of CREATE – Commercial Real Estate Alliance for Tomorrow’s Employees.  CREATE’s mission is to educate a diverse workforce and connect career-ready candidates to employers in the Commercial Real Estate (CRE) industry.   You are invited to participate in CREATE’s annual MENTOR MATCH.


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Add a Guest or Associate After Registering for an Event With These Easy Steps

Have you registered for an event and looking to add a guest or associate? Follow these simple steps to edit your registration and add your team to the next event!


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The Future of Distributed Energy Systems Open for Registration

Join BOMA International for a one-of-a-kind event focused on the future of energy, from the latest on distribution and storage to planning for microgrids and resilience. Building on the success of last spring’s symposium on decarbonization, we’ll discuss strategies on how to achieve sustainability goals in an operational environment. The symposium will feature education sessions led by industry experts, a speaker from the Biden Administration, and a networking reception.


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2024 Return to Office Survey Live Now

The Bay Area Council's Return to Office Survey is live now. With your valuable input, this survey helps form a better understanding of current and future travel patterns and design transit services that best meet commuters’ needs. Please take a couple of minutes to help plan for the future of the Bay Area by completing the Return to Office survey today.


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BOMA International Releases Upcoming Trends in 2024

"To say 2023 was an interesting year is to miss the point completely. The issues that the office market currently faces is just one of the hurdles owners and managers have to puzzle out. Otherwise, from supply chain disruptions caused in large part by global geopolitical intrigue to an economic picture that remains cloudy at best, we enter 2024 with a vast array of questions that indeed impinge on all categories of commercial real estate. Author John Salustri takes a look at what's to come in 2024 for our industry."


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