CORFAC names a dozen standouts to new council.Approaching its 20th year as a nonprofit association of leading entrepreneurial and privately held commercial real estate service providers, CORFAC International has named 12 young professionals to an advisory council launching the CORFAC Next Generation Initiative.
The creation of the council is a move to facilitate the evolution of CORFAC International as an organization, adjust to changes in the industry and accommodate growth with CORFAC firms and their respective personnel. CORFAC International was launched in 1989 and now has 68 member firms in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, plus an international strategic alliance with UK-based King Sturge to manage multi-market assignments globally.
"Our objective is to create and integrate the next generation of CORFAC firm brokers by actively involving them in CORFAC International. We want to insure our referral organization's continued viability and future success," said CORFAC International president (2008) James J. Garibaldi. Mr. Garibaldi is also chief executive officer of The Garibaldi Group, headquartered in Chatham, N.J.
The CORFAC International Next Generation Advisory Council includes: Aleks Trifunovic, The Klabin Company/CORFAC International, Los Angeles Los Angeles (lôs ăn`jələs, lŏs, ăn`jəlēz'), city (1990 pop. 3,485,398), seat of Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1850. ; Kareem Barzegar, TRI TRI Toxics Release Inventory (US EPA)
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SIOR Specialist, Industrial and Office Real estate , who is coordinating the initiative, Next Generation emerged from the group's 2006 strategic plan when it was determined that the commercial real estate organization would benefit from input by a select group of under-35, accomplished sales professionals and brokers.
The 12 named to the council represent a cross section of CORFAC firms and will offer advice on using best business practices.