CCIM Attracts Stellar Industry Partners

CCIM Attracts Stellar Industry Partners

WASHINGTON, D.C. – April 9, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — Eight leading companies in commercial real estate, CRE legal, and CRE lending have signed on as the 2015 Industry Partners for the CCIM Institute, a global commercial real estate affiliate of the National Association of Realtors. These luminaries in the field include GE Capital, KW Commercial, Realty Mogul, Sperry Van Ness, Century 21, NAI Global, GRANITE, and Syndication Lawyers.com Trowbridge Taylor Sidoti.

The CCIM Institute’s Industry Partners gain access to the organization’s 13,000 commercial real estate leaders in more than 1,000 markets and 30 countries worldwide. Industry Partners have the opportunity to reach the CCIM audience through multiple communication channels, including the CCIM’s annual and midyear conferences, leadership summit, local chapter events, member newsletters, and the award-winning bimonthly magazine, Commercial Investment Real Estate. Industry Partners can also create customized commercial real estate education programs, based on the investment, financial, and market analysis concepts taught in the coveted CCIM designation program.

In addition, the CCIM Institute has partnered with ALM Real Estate Media Group (GlobeSt.com, Real Estate Forum, RealShare Conference Series) for its 2015 annual conference, CCIM Thrive, which will be held Oct. 27–28 in Austin, Texas. ALM will leverage its high-profile commercial real estate industry connections to assist the Institute with programming and promotion, including dedicated GlobeSt.com emails that reach more than 75,000 potential attendees. CCIM’s Industry Partners will also have the opportunity to capitalize on this increased exposure.

To learn more about the CCIM Institute’s Industry Partnership opportunities, email ">, call (800) 621-7027, or download CCIM’s 2015 Industry Partner Program planner.

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