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Plans are underway for the 2013 Indiana Commercial Real Estate Conference, June 13-14 at the JW Marriott Indianapolis. Registration will be opening soon, so be sure to keep a watch on your email for the announcement.

In the meantime, I am pleased to announce our two Keynote speakers for the Indiana Commercial Real Estate Conference. Don’t miss either presentation!

Breakfast Keynote

Jay GubrudJay Gubrud

You don’t have to totally overhaul yourself or your business to make big improvements. Studies and experience show that incremental improvements can lead to major gains. From Jay’s session you will gain simple and practical ideas to improve your performance that you can put into action the moment you walk out the door. Plus, they are easy to share with peers or people you lead when you get back to the office.

Because of his experience in a variety of industries, Jay Gubrud brings a fresh and diverse perspective. For over 13 years, Jay has helped people enhance their performance and improve their businesses.

You will walk away energized, educated and entertained. Don’t settle for the same old ideas that are being used in the commercial real estate industry.

Lunch Keynote

Stephen SterrettStephen E. Sterrett

Stephen E. Sterrett is the chief financial officer of Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group, Inc., a member of the S&P 500 and the largest U.S. publicly traded real estate company. Simon Property Group is engaged primarily in the ownership, development and management of retail real estate, primarily regional malls, Premium Outlet Centers® and community/lifestyle centers. The Company currently owns or has an interest in approximately 380 properties in the North America, Europe and Asia. Mr. Sterrett joined the Simon organization in 1988, was named Treasurer in 1993, and has been the Chief Financial Officer since 2000.

Join us while Steve shares the success of the Simon Property Group and why they continue to dominate the retail scene, as well as a look at the jobs that are created through their development of retail real estate both in their shopping centers and in the immediate neighborhood community.

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