Webinar Wednesday with CREW
The U.S. manufacturing sector is currently experiencing its most significant upswing in 35 years, leading many politicians and economic analysts to claim that the U.S. economy is being re-industrialized. Repositioning the supply chain is also encouraging manufacturing growth in northern Mexico.
Our speakers will address and provide insights on the resurgence of U.S./Mexico manufacturing, its impact on industrial commercial real estate sector, and the drivers and underlying factors to consider, including:
- The CHIPS Act
- Cost of doing business in the US or Mexico vs. China
- Labor considerations/shortages
Registration closes at midnight (Central) on Wednesday, May 24th. A link to access the webinar will be sent to all registrants prior to the session. All registrants will also receive a link to the session recording.
Pair the webinar with networking
Gather a group of CREW members in your market and participate in the webinar and networking together for a flat fee.
$79 USD – individual member viewing
$179 USD – non-member individual viewing
$179 USD – unlimited member/group viewing
$279 USD – non-member group viewing
For assistance, please contact CREW Network at email@example.com or (785) 832-1808.
Wendy Mann, Chief Executive Officer, CREW Network
Jackie Orcutt, SIOR
Senior Vice President, CBRE
Jackie Orcutt is a Senior Vice President in CBRE's Industrial & Logistics group. Jackie and her team specialize in institutional landlord and buyer representation, industrial and back-office leasing and sales. Jackie brings a unique balance of management and brokerage experience, using a values-based approach to client relations and transactions. Her dedication and attention to detail allows her to exceed client expectations.
Rafael is a committed corporate industrial/logistics services specialist focused in representing Global corporations as well as institutional Real Estate companies for over 30 years. His experience in representing corporations in multiple markets throughout Mexico, that has allowed him to develop a high-level corporate real estate strategy for his clients.