CRE, Converge 2017

  Last week NAIOP, Commercial Real Estate Development Association, realized their CRE, Converge 2017, in Chicago, Illinois, this event brought together over 1,500 professionals from across North America for networking, deal-making and lively discussion. Some of the principal topics viewed in this time were: “Disruptive Technologies”, “Geopolitical Trends, Discussions of Global Economy, “Predicting the Unpredictable […]

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NAIOP’s Commercial Real Estate Converge Conference 2017

NAIOP’s Commercial Real Estate Converge Conference 2017  has already initiate, this event take place in Chicago, Illinois from October 10- 12, 2017. This event is connecting developers, owners, investors, brokers and more. Read more on the what wood router should i buy. This time NAIOP have 15,000 participants from across North America.   The principal […]

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Shaping business parks, mixed-use clusters for Industry 4.0

The industrial revolution started with steam power and mechanised tools, then electricity and assembly lines. Next, electronics and computers came along. We are now into the Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0 whereby the Internet of Things (IoT) and advanced machine learning algorithms will come together to automate part or most of the manufacturing process, […]

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U.S., Mexico Spar on Nafta

Trump threatens to withdraw from trade deal and then Mexico says it too could walk away as talks resume The second round of talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement began on Friday under a dark cloud after both the U.S. and Mexico raised the stakes dramatically in recent days. President Donald Trump has […]

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How Will Renegotiating NAFTA Affect Outsourced Businesses, Prices, The Economy?

In April 2017, President Trump considered an executive order to withdraw the US from NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement. The decision seemed rushed and ill-informed and spelled disaster for manufacturers operating factories. Thankfully, the president backed away from the executive order stating he would renegotiate the trade agreement instead, but how will renegotiating […]

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Bosch opens new plant in Queretaro

With an investment of 80 million dollars, Bosch Group start the operation of its new plant in Queretaro in December this year. “Today our focus is Querétaro, we have a very important presence in el Bajío, but above all because it gives us a closeness to our customers,” said Gonzalo Simental, Vice President of finance […]

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