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As the world looks to the World Economic Forum's annual meeting, Jones Lang LaSalle and LaSalle Investment Management will report insights for the commercial real estate and business community. President and CEO Colin Dyer and other leaders in the firm will have a front-row seat on the action and will provide the public with a unique, insider's perspective on the global debate.
You can become part of the conversation through their "Notes from Davos" blog. They will share on-the-ground insights into the key economic and social issues, challenges and opportunities confronting the world today, while keeping the commercial real estate sector at the forefront.
The annual World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland attracts 2,500 business, government and civic leaders from 90 countries, drawn principally from the 1,000 foremost companies from around the world and across economic sectors. This year's conference, themed "Resilient Dynamism," will explore how organizations can show strategic agility and possess risk resilience in a world that has increasing regulations, environmental concerns and rapid technology shifts among other emerging social and economic trends.
- Colin Dyer, President and CEO, Jones Lang LaSalle
- Christian Ulbrich, CEO EMEA, Jones Lang LaSalle
- Alastair Hughes, CEO Asia Pacific, Jones Lang LaSalle
- Jon Zehner, Global Head, Client Capital Group, LaSalle Investment Management
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