Tampa, FL (November 2012) — The Dikman Company announced today Bob Dikman, ALC, CCIM, CRB, SIOR, Chairman and CEO, has been appointed to the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for SIOR, The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors. Bob will serve a two-year term in the position.
The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors is the leading professional commercial and industrial real estate association. With more than 3,000 members in more than 630 cities in 29 countries, SIOR represents today’s most knowledgeable, experienced and successful commercial real estate brokerage specialists.
As a member of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee, Bob will jointly oversee the activities of SIOR and will be involved in the decision making for the organization. The Executive Committee is comprised of the following: Immediate Past President; President, President Elect, Vice President, Treasurer and Speaker, Council of Presidents. The Executive Committee articulates direction, evaluates effectiveness and helps pursue excellence in organizational performance by encouraging constructive dialogue within the Board of Directors, Council of Chapter Presidents, committee councils, committees, and chapters.
Bob has been involved with SIOR since 1996 and over the years has held multiple leadership roles within the organization. In addition, Bob was recently named Speaker of the Council of Presidents, and will continue to serve his two-year term as such.
“It is an exciting opportunity to be serving in this role for SIOR,” stated Dikman. “I look forward to representing the interests of SIOR as well as the local chapters, and I am honored to be working with the Executive Committee and Board of Directors.”
The Dikman Company is a Commercial/Industrial Real Estate Services firm that has been providing clients throughout Florida with a full range of commercial real estate services since 1983. Commercial real estate services include: sales, leasing, property management, tenant representation, investment counseling and asset analysis.