Cushman & Wakefield recognized as the Best Retail Real Estate Agency in CEE/SEE in HOF Awards 2020

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In this year’s HOF Awards & Forum, Cushman & Wakefield Retail Agency team was awarded the Best CEE/SEE Retail Real Estate Agency, confirming its position on the regional market again.

In this year’s HOF Awards & Forum, Cushman & Wakefield Retail Agency team was awarded the Best CEE/SEE Retail Real Estate Agency, confirming its position on the regional market again.

Jan Kotrbáček, Partner & Head of CEE Retail Agency team: “Especially in times so challenging for the retail sector, we are proud to have been recognized as the best retail agency in the region. This is a great appreciation of the work we do for our clients, motivating us to continue delivering outstanding services. In the situation the sector is currently facing, we are happy to use our experience and expertise to help restart retail as one of the key drivers of the economy´s revival.”

Cushman & Wakefield retail professionals use the power of the firm’s regional as well as global networks and cooperate within international teams, sharing retail market experience from various countries with one aim: to restart and further develop the performance of the retail sectors in all areas and support customers´ return to previous shopping and leisure habits.

ABOUT THE HOF AWARDS

The HOF Awards bring together top real estate professionals and teams from around Central & Eastern Europe who compete in over 30 categories for the honor to be called the Best of the Best. Each year, nominations are taken from the winners of the CIJ Awards, a series of property events held in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia.

This year, the HOF Awards & Forum took place over four days beginning May 26 in an online format that included a virtual conference as well as the prize-giving. The discussions at the HOF Forum centered around the unexpected health crisis and the reaction of developers, investors and end users to the new reality. Top-placed speakers from around CEE debated openly about the immediate economic impact on businesses and consumers. Jonathan Hallett, Head of Central & Eastern Europe, represented Cushman & Wakefield in the discussions.

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