For most businesses, real estate represents not only a significant fixed expense, and now one that companies have to put on their balance sheet, but a key component of both recruiting/retention strategy and company culture. To find the right space for your business, join us as our local real estate experts and finance leaders discuss
Our speakers will discuss the latest trends and market insights for the current real estate market. They will help you develop the right approach for your business, including traditional office leases, flexible office space and hybrid approaches. In addition, they will highlight available incentive programs to help minimize the costs of expansion.
- Understand the current office and industrial market forecast, including rents & vacancy rates
- Important accounting rule changes that companies need to now consider whereby all leases go on the balance sheet for all companies doing GAAP reporting
- Understand the workplace trends amongst office using companies
- Understand the latest in office and warehouse design, and amenities which companies are using as a tool to attract and retain talent
- Determine the pros & cons of real estate strategies (traditional leases vs. flexible office space)
- Impact of rising real estate and construction costs on companies' overall occupancy strategies
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All CFO Leadership Council workshops are FREE for members. Non-member senior financial executives are welcome to attend this program for $65.
PLEASE NOTE THAT CFOLC EVENTS ARE EXCLUSIVE TO SENIOR FINANCIAL EXECUTIVES ONLY. (CFOs, Vice Presidents of Finance, Controllers, Directors of Finance, etc.) Service providers, business development and sales executives are restricted from attending. The CFO Leadership Council reserves the right to decline any registration.
Instructional method: Group-Live
Recommended CPE Credits: Coming Soon.
Experience Level: Basic
Prerequisites/advance preparation: None
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ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
David Marino, Executive Vice President, Hughes Marino - David Marino is well-respected member of the San Diego CFO Leadership Council Steering Committee, and executive vice president of Hughes Marino, the largest tenant representation company in San Diego. Hughes Marino is committed to only representing tenants in their lease and purchase transactions of commercial space.
David specializes in high-value, time-critical and complex transactions for technology, life science and business service companies. He is an expert in the strategic planning, market assessment, financial analysis, business terms structuring and negotiations aspects of commercial real estate. David has an in-depth command of the entire facility lease, purchase and disposition process. David has been exclusively representing tenants since 1991, completing over 15,000,000 square feet, comprised of over 1,000 transactions.
Selected public company clients include Alphatec Spine, 150,000 SF; Cytori, 18,000, 60,000 and 91,000 SF; Encore Capital, 9,000, 25,000, 32,000 SF and 51,000 SF; Entropic Communications, 8,000, 24,000, 30,000, 90,000 and 132,000 SF; Kratos, 33,000 SF and national assignments including Orlando for 92,000 SF; LRAD, 31,000 SF; Peregrine Semiconductor, 23,000, 25,000 and 48,000 SF; Silicon Valley Bank, 2,000, 5,000 and 8,000 SF; Volcano Corporation where David did all of their work in North America for over a dozen leases from 3,000 to 93,000 SF; Senomyx 65,000 SF; EcoATM, 53,000 SF; and Sequenom Inc., 82,000 SF.
Selected venture-backed and private equity-backed clients include Mitchell International, 141,000 SF; SmartDrive Systems, 4,000 SF, 13,000 SF and 23,000 SF; Tritech Software, 40,000 SF; and Xifin for 60,000 SF. Other notable clients include BioLegend, 9,000 and 66,000 SF; Competitor Group, 57,000 SF; Cooley LLP, 90,000 SF; D&K Engineering, 71,000 SF; Glanbia Nutritionals, 104,000 SF; Hallmark Circuits, 72,000 SF; Provide Commerce, 30,000 SF, 60,000 SF and 154,000 SF; Quantum Design for 49,000 SF and 50,000 SF; and The Scripps Research Institute for 112,000 SF.