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Flexible Space Take-Up Increases By 277% In One Year, Says CBRE – RealtyMyths

CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd, India’s leading real estate consulting firm, today announced the findings of its latest report titled ‘INDIA FLEXIBLE SPACE QUARTERLY DIGEST– Q1 2019. According to the report, the overall flexible space take-up in India increased by 277% y-o-y to reach about 2.9 million sq. ft in Q1 2019. This represented a 70% increase on a q-o-q basis in flexible space take-up. Furthermore, Bangalore and Delhi-NCR were the largest markets for flexible spaces in India, accounting for more than half of flexible space leasing in the country. -70% increase on a q-o-q basis for the flexible space take up in India -Bangalore and Delhi – NCR were the largest markets for flexible spaces in India, with a combined share of more than half in overall flexible space stock -Hybrid and managed...

CBRE Collaborates with NASSCOM to Announce “Disruptech” – RealtyMyths

 The challenge is designed to identify, mentor and develop the best-in-line RE Technologies for India & entry into NASSCOM’s 10K start-up ecosystem Participation open from today 2nd May 2019  CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd., India’s leading real estate consulting firm, today announced the ‘BIGGEST PROPTECH CHALLENGE’ in collaboration with the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM). The NASSCOM-CBRE ‘PROPTECH CHALLENGE’ aims to identify budding start-ups working towards innovating and building technology solutions for the real estate sector. The collective objective is aimed to support emerging businesses with the potential to transform the Real Estate market with creative, innovative and disruptive thinking. Speaking on the initiative, Srikanth Srinivasan, Head Mem...

75% corporates feel India is still Far from being a “Developed Nation”: CBRE Survey

CBRE South Asia Pvt. Ltd, announced the findings of its survey on“Journey from a developing nation to a developed nation”. The survey which included over 100 top corporates in the country and over 500 respondents was conducted by the Project Management group of CBRE. The survey was conducted to gauge the progress we have made in the development of Indian construction/infrastructure industry. RM Correspondent This survey has attempted to address perception/s of the construction and infrastructure industry through discussing – How far India is from becoming a “Developed Nation”, Why are we not able to adapt better construction techniques from the developed economies What is the importance of investment in education, training, enhancement of skill sets in the construction industries Commentin...

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