Cushman & Wakefield is expanding its newCommerce service into EMEA to help retail clients succeed as technology evolves, omni-channel shopping advances and the barriers between physical stores and digital platforms erode.
James Chapman, International Partner, Capital Markets, Cushman & Wakefield was named the Investment Broker of the Year at the 7th the CEE Investment & Green Building Awards organized by EuropaProperty.com. The awards are presented to companies and individuals who have demonstrated the best overall performance during the past year as well as highlight investment transactions that have produced consistent results.
On 25-29 September global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield has run the first edition of the WellBeing@Work programme, which aims to promote wellness and holistically healthy lifestyle among its employees. Activities included workshops on healthy eating, mindfulness, stress management and interdepartmental knowledge sharing as well as yoga classes, meditation sessions and massage.
Joanna Sinkiewicz, Partner and Head of Industrial & Logistics Agency at Cushman & Wakefield received a statuette in the Best Industrial Real Estate Agent category at the 2017 Panattoni Europe Gala, which took place on Thursday, 28 September in ATM Studio in Warsaw.
On Monday, 11 September 2017 the first conference in Poland devoted to new technology in real estate “PropTech: Digital Transformation In Commercial Real Estate” was held in Warsaw Spire office building. The event was organised by Cushman & Wakefield, a global real estate services firm, together with ShareSpace and spaceOS.
Joanna Sinkiewicz has been appointed Head of the Industrial and Logistics Agency in Cushman & Wakefield Poland and will be responsible for building and maintaining strong business relationship with both the existing and new clients in a range of established and emerging sectors. In her new role she will focus on strengthening and redesigning the industrial team structure to better respond to both the increased activity and changing market dynamics across Poland.
Cushman & Wakefield is the first global commercial real estate services firm to have opened a regional office in Lublin. This comes as a direct response to the growing office tenant demand, particularly in the BPO, SSC and IT sectors, for top-quality advisory services in south-eastern Poland. Cushman & Wakefield will occupy an office in ZANA Office II, at 39a Tomasza Zana Street.
Global real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield is moving forward into its next stage of organisational growth in Poland. The organisational restructuring aims at aligning the company’s objectives, functions and resources with the local market’s expectations and requirements.