Cushman & Wakefield has just incorporates four new consultants for the division of Retail High Streets. The company has signed Daniel Monge, from Restalia ; Francesc Oltra, from the expansion consultancy ShopHunter ,and Noelia López and Clara Matías , from the real estate consultancy JLL.
With these additions , Cushman & Wakefield wants to consolidate the leadership that the company holds in Spain in this segment . According to Rob Travers, Partner and Director of Retail of Cushman & Wakefield in Spain, "these additions will allow usan even greater business development in the Retail High Streets segment in Madrid and Barcelona, but also in other cities such as Bilbao, Valencia, Malaga or Palma, where we have been operating for years. "
Robert Travers also points out that "the company's priority is people, talent, which is the asset that creates brand and generates business" and, as a result, has indicated that "we are constantly looking for, selecting and attracting the best talent in market".
The Retail High Streets division of Cushman & Wakefield currently has an interdisciplinary team of 15 people, and closed 2018 with the largest market share in major cities nationwide. Among the main operations of the consultancy in this segment in the last year highlights the landing in Madrid of brands such as Ray- Ban in Gran Vía, Sephora in Serrano or Ikea in Goya, or the arrival of international firms such as Huawei, Five Guys or Falconieri in Barcelona. Outside of Barcelona or Madrid, the Retail division of Cushman & Wakefield has been responsible for the arrival of Primark in Bilbao, the arrival of Sandro, Maje and Claudie Pierlot in Palma, the opening of Tezenis in Valencia or Burgos, or the first stores at street level of Courir in Alicante and Pamplona, among other operations.