BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, CLIENT RELATIONS AND SOLUTIONS GROUP

Key Points of Organizational Changes

  • The Business Development, Client Relations & Solutions Group will deliver the most effective proposals to customers by centrally managing customer contact point information and aim to maximize the acquisition of business opportunities for the Group.
  • Acting as a Companywide, general contact point for the Group, Business Development, Consulting & Solutions Departments 1 and 2 will propose solutions maximizing the Company’s resources in response to all manner of customer real estate utilization needs.
  • The Office Leasing and Tenant Relations Department will carry out extensive office leasing activities by leveraging the Group’s diverse building assets and customer relationships.
  • In addition to properties owned by the Group, the Retail Property Leasing Department will conduct leasing activities for retail facilities boasting diverse characteristics, from urban to suburban facilities, including properties owned by other companies.
Key Points of Organizational Changes
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Competitive Advantages

  • A cross-segment, strategic sales organization.
  • Firm understanding of various apparent and latent needs of customers.
  • Provision of abundant solutions drawing on Companywide resources.
  • Leveraging of medium- to long-term relationships with office tenants and other customers and brokerage companies.
  • Leveraging of relationships with retail tenants through an abundant leasing track record stretching from urban to suburban facilities.

Image: Integration of Sales and Customer Information and Leveraging of Information across the Group

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Undertaking for a New Function Matching Customer Needs as a Section Boasting Direct Contact Points with Customers

Workationhttps://workxation.mec.co.jp/ (Japanese only)

This business operates new facilities supporting innovation creation by offering out-of-the-ordinary spaces to companies and, in doing so, realizes regional revitalization. Coined in the West, “Workation” is a portmanteau of the words “work” and “vacation.” In Japan, however, which has a different working culture, we define it more broadly, for example, as a place for realizing diverse workstyles, examples of which include changing location, fostering communication, and creating innovation. In July 2020, we opened WORK x ation site Karuizawa, our second Workation facility, and launched a Workation portal website, which features comprehensive information on facility reservations and local authorities that are concentrating their energy on Workations.

WORK x ation site Karuizawa

WORK x ation site Karuizawa

Telecube

We are marketing the Telecube, a product that meets the needs of workers by allowing them to work anytime and anywhere. In doing so, we are offering a private space necessary for managing information and preventing the spread of infection. This business was launched through open innovation between V-Cube, Inc., Okamura Corporation, and Mitsubishi Estate, three companies with differing strengths. By using the Marunouchi area—a strength of which is its dense concentration of companies—as a hub to expand this business, we will contribute to maximizing the Group’s competitive advantages.

Telecube

Telecube

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