You have a great idea, you’re bringing it to market, you’re outgrowing your current space, what’s next?
Moving into your first office space is a significant undertaking. One that when done properly, sets the tone for future success. Your office space impacts the culture of your company and acts as an attracting force in recruiting and retaining top talent.
Your world is fluid, agile and subject to rapid change, whereby the real estate world is often static and slow to adapt. The team from CBRE can help you find a balance between office space and the goals of your business.
At the workshop, the following strategies outlining how to manage your growth successfully will be discussed:
– What are your options?
– Should you lease or buy?
– What are other companies in the market doing?
– What does the Ottawa Commercial Real Estate Market look like?
– How can you create flexibility?
– What are the costs?
– How long is the process?
– What are the pitfalls?
– Who should you ask for help? What does that cost you?
At the end of this workshop, you will know the first steps to take on how to grow your office. Whether it be to plan for unexpected growth, needed flexibility or otherwise, you will have the answers you’re looking for.
CBRE leverages the industry’s most powerful knowledge base to meet the commercial real estate needs of its clients worldwide.
About the Speakers
Tessa Laberge – Tessa has a focus on tenant representation, transaction management and lease coordination. Tessa is committed to supporting her team in growing existing client relationships and new business development within the Ottawa office market. Tessa is knowledgeable in the technology sector and is excited about the growth of tech in Ottawa.
David Glick-Stal – David strives to understand and address occupiers’ needs to find solutions that attract and retain talent, reduce costs, and provide flexibility. David applies his unique work experience within the federal political landscape to better service office occupiers with a focus on nonprofits, associations, and government relations firms.