Webinar on demand

Current and future trends in office space

Recorded 5 September 2017

 
In this free Member webinar, experienced property professionals Kymbal Dunne and Alex Pham discuss the facility and operations management on the current trends occurring in office buildings.

This webinar will specifically focus on:

  • Lifts and Elevators
  • End of trip facilities
  • Car parking
  • Age and building obsolescence
  • What tenants wants from office buildings
  • How tenants use space
  • Do we really understand demand?
  • Property development which commands respect now
  • Buildings of the future.

Meet the presenters

Kymbal Dunne is a Director of Office Leasing at Knight Frank Australia and was formerly the Managing Director of Knight Frank’s North Sydney operation. He has been in real estate for 38 years and worked across Property Management, Sales, Leasing and Valuation in commercial property.

Kymbal has extensive experience in negotiating large transactions, project and pre-commitment leasing, and as a marketing strategist for major projects. In the past 12 months, he has transacted over 15,000m2 of space to NBN Co, IOOF, The Executive Centre and Spotify.
 

Alex Pham is a Senior Research Manager at Knight Frank Australia with over 10 years of experience in property and economic research. Alex joined Knight Frank in 2016 to develop and manage all aspects of the office, industrial, retail and economic research program and output for New South Wales. He is responsible for driving best in class research and delivering insightful house views to both internal and external stakeholders via frequent research reports, white papers and presentations.

Prior to joining Knight Frank, he had previously worked at Cushman and Wakefield based in Sydney and a lecturer in Property at Western Sydney University, where his research focused on Asia Pacific real estate markets and the interdependence between direct and indirect property markets.

Alex is a member of the Australian Property Institute, Real Estate Association of NSW and the Pacific Rim Real Estate Association.