Maciej Markowski, who joined Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Occupier Services team in Poland in September, will be responsible for the expansion the firm’s Workplace Strategy services.
Maciej Markowski is a specialist in designing workplace strategies. As Head of Workplace Strategy, he will be responsible for execution of projects both in CEE and in EMEA markets, reporting to Neil McLocklin, Head of Global Occupier Services and Strategic Consulting, and Ian Scattergood, Head of Global Occupier Services in CEE.
Charles Taylor, Head of Cushman & Wakefield Poland, said: “Strategic consulting is one of the fastest developing fields of Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Occupier Services in EMEA and I am pleased to welcome on board Maciej Markowski, who will be in charge of strategic consulting in Poland and CEE. By focusing on Workplace Strategy we aim to deliver office space solutions that will assist our clients in effective office use and streamlining operational efficiency both in growth and in transition.”
Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Occupier Services and Strategic Consulting team assists clients in recruiting new talent and achieving strategic objectives through development of workplace strategies, lease administration, change management and portfolio optimization.
Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Maciej Markowski had been Associate Director in JLL London office for two years with responsibility for workplace strategy and change management for clients from the UK, France, Switzerland and Poland, including British Airways, Swiss Re, Firmenich and McCann Worldgroup. Previously, he had worked for CBRE UK as a Senior Workplace Strategy Consultant for one year with clients such as Cisco, Unilever and JP Morgan. Before moving to London, he had worked in AECOM’s Polish office on workplace strategy projects for companies such as Citibank, ING and Accenture. Maciej Markowski graduated with honours from the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology of Warsaw University.