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Facebook IconAugust 24, 2015 at 9:41 pm

CREW-Miami members are encouraged to take part in a member’s only tour this Thursday August 27th of the Miami Herald's state-of-the-art facilities at its new Doral location. The behind the scenes tour will include a Q&A with some key Herald staffers, giving CREW members a better idea of how news is generated at the Miami Herald.

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Members Only Event – Miami Herald Tour | CREW-Miami

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Come take an exclusive tour of the Miami Herald’s new state-of-the-art facilities and Newsroom. Stick around for Q&A with staffers for some behind-the-scene experience. Exclusive to CREW Miami Members.

CREW-Miami
Facebook IconAugust 21, 2015 at 2:36 pm

Article from The Real Deal South Florida discusses CREW-Miami luncheon on the bright future of Coral Gables with numerous development and infrastructure upgrades.

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Coral Gables transforming with mixed-use projects

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Public art, pedestrian-friendly developments, and a booming commercial sector are all part of the future of Coral Gables, commercial real estate experts discussed at a panel on Wednesday. Paseo de la Riviera is among the new projects. The planned, mixed-use development will replace an exist

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Facebook IconAugust 19, 2015 at 9:03 pm

CREW-Miami added 18 new photos to the album: August 2015 CREW Luncheon — at Four Seasons Hotel Miami.

This week, CREW-Miami’s August luncheon featured a discussion regarding the investment and development activity taking place in Coral Gables. CREW-Miami explored how Coral Gables will be home to the next wave of new development projects in the Miami area. The panel discussion featured distingushed panelists from the commercial real estate and public sectors, who addressed the construction and infrastructure projects that will shape The City Beautiful's business and residential communities in the years to come.

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August 2015 CREW Luncheon

This week, CREW-Miami’s August luncheon featured a discussion regarding the investment and development activity taking place in Coral Gables. CREW-Miami explored how Coral Gables will be home to the next wave of new development projects in the Miami area. The panel discussion featured distingushed panelists from the commercial real estate and public sectors, who addressed the construction and infrastructure projects that will shape The City Beautiful's business and residential communities in the years to come.

CREW-Miami
Facebook IconAugust 6, 2015 at 9:32 pm

Woman for All Seasons: CREW-Miami President Maruta Mang talks banking, #CRE industry wt Bisnow. Read the full story here: http://bit.ly/1DtOh3U

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CREW-Miami
Facebook IconAugust 6, 2015 at 3:08 pm

Wednesday, Aug. 19, we will host our monthly luncheon, exploring how the City Beautiful will be home to the next wave of new development projects.

Enjoy a great lunch & panel discussion at the Four Seasons Hotel Miami starting at 11:30 am. Get your tickets now: http://bit.ly/1M7UaoG

Moderator: Barbara Tria, Broker Associate at Kerdyk Real Estate,
Panelists: Jane Tomkins, Director of Development Services at City of Coral Gables; Brent Reynolds, Partner & President of Nolan Partners International; Marina Foglia, Executive Director of the Coral Gables Business Improvement District; and Eddie Avila, President at Key Realty Advisors, Inc.

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CREW-Miami
Facebook IconAugust 5, 2015 at 3:12 pm

How Can the CRE Industry Attract More Women??? In today's article on GlobeSt.com, CREW-Miami President, Marti Mang, speaks to the many ways CREW-Miami is attracting more women into entering the commercial real estate industry.

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How Can CRE Industry Attract More Women?

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MIAMI--What effort is CREW-Miami making to influence and attract more women to an industry like commercial real estate that has been historically dominated by men--despite the pay discrepancy?

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Facebook IconJuly 31, 2015 at 6:24 pm

"Why Do CRE Women Make Less Than Men?" - Part two of the GlobeSt.com feature with CREW-Miami President, Marti Mang, where she highlights CREW’s ultimate goal of having parity in the commercial real estate industry.

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Why Do CRE Women Make Less Than Men?

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Marti Mang, senior vice president of corporate lending at TotalBank and CREW-Miami s president, started her career at a time when women were not even able to borrow money from a bank without the signature of a man.

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Facebook IconJuly 30, 2015 at 9:13 pm

Check out part one of a two-part interview on GlobeSt.com with CREW-Miami President, Marti Mang, where she discusses all the latest trends in community banking and commercial lending.

http://www.globest.com/news/12_1164/miami/finance/How-Community-Banking-Has-Changed-360278-1.html

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