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2011 BOMA Conference on Education helps position assets for recovery

Sessions cover increasing asset value, leveraging technology, staying ahead of mandates

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The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International will feature a comprehensive educational program at the 2011 BOMA International Conference & The Every Building Show in Washington, D.C., June 26-28, focusing on equipping property professionals with the skills they need to position their assets — and themselves — for economic recovery.

The program features more than 40 educational sessions, organized in five subject tracks, led by highly regarded industry practitioners and subject-matter experts who will share the best practices for achieving operational excellence, retaining tenants, leveraging technology, staying ahead of green mandates and developing leadership skills.

“Continuing education is a critical component of being the best property professional you can be. This year’s program features our strongest lineup to date, with sessions designed to give attendees takeaways they can implement immediately,” said BOMA International Chair Ray H. Mackey, Jr., RPA, CPM, CCIM, and partner and chief operating officer of Stream Realty Partners, L.P. “Whether you are a young professional or an industry veteran, there is something in this program for everyone.” The education tracks featured at BOMA 2011 include:

* Boosting Asset Values Features strategies for attracting and retaining tenants, negotiating leases, evaluating asset performance and maximizing net operating income (NOI).

* Raising the Bar: Creating High-Performance Buildings Provides attendees with solutions for synthesizing technologies, systems and data to help create and sustain high performance buildings.

* Forging Current and Future Leaders Showcases the qualities, skills and knowledge that leaders of tomorrow will need to guide the industry into the future.

* Getting (to) Smart: Leveraging Technologies and Systems for Better Operational Performance Offers market-tested methods for optimizing building systems and technologies to enhance building performance.

* Meeting the Demands of Emerging Regulations and Standards Briefs attendees on the new regulations, standards and requirements for commercial buildings that are cropping up across the country, and provides strategies for staying ahead of the curve.

For more information on the 2011 BOMA International Conference & The Every Building Show, visit bomaconvention.org or bomasd.org.

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