Returning happily to Shed 10 on Auckland’s Queen’s Wharf, CoreNet Global NZ will re-examine the role that corporate real estate plays in reviving stability and value in a constantly shifting world. Reviewing the way we currently do things and reimagining the future, we are excited to host our annual CoreNet Symposium on 17 May 2023.
From floating cities to corporate real estate in Silicon Valley, we will examine the design and delivery of truly world-class, boundary-pushing corporate real estate within the context of protecting property assets from the risks of transition to a low-carbon economy.
As our cities recover from the restrictions of the pandemic, we will gain incisive insights on how to revive and reinvigorate our workplaces to ensure they provide energising, productive spaces that will attract people back into them.
Global and local examples will demonstrate how corporate real estate can be truly renewable, sustainable and value-generative, reducing carbon while attracting the very best organisations and revitalising their precincts.
Our closing session will feature a stellar keynote speaker, Jazz Thornton. Young New Zealander of the Year in 2021, who exemplifies the concept of Revival. Having gone through childhood trauma and mental illness in her teens, Jazz has now dedicated her life to providing hope, teaching resilience and fighting for change. With a story told in the feature documentary film The Girl on the Bridge and through her three books, Jazz has addressed world leaders at the UN General Assembly in New York and talked with Royalty about mental health. Recently she received the Point of Light award from Her Majesty the Queen.
As ever, exceptional refreshments will thread throughout the CoreNet Symposium. From the superb pre-symposium Soirėe on the night of 16 May through to coffee on demand, snacks, lunches, and of course cocktails at the end of the symposium, we work hard to keep you refreshed and ready to enjoy the day.