Cushman & Wakefield, a global real estate services firm, has merged its consulting and research department with its valuation and advisory department in response to its clients’ needs. The new organisational structure will further enhance the company’s modern advisory services quality on the rapidly growing commercial real estate market in Poland. The consulting and research team comprises recently hired employees, including Małgorzata Dziubińska, Krystyna Waszak and Jan Szulborski.
Małgorzata joined Cushman & Wakefield’s consulting and research department as Associate Director. Previously, since 2002 she had worked for Germany-based GENI. Małgorzata has nearly 15 years of retail real estate experience, focusing on property performance analyses, expansion and growth planning, and development of strategies for retail formats and customer profiles. She graduated in Economics from the Łazarski University and completed post-graduate studies in Real Estate Management.
Krystyna joined Cushman & Wakefield’s consulting and research team as a Consultant. Previously she had worked in CBRE’s research and consulting department with responsibility for retail market analyses and advisory reports for investment funds, investors and developers. Krystyna graduated in Finance and Accounting from the Wrocław University of Economics. She is currently working on her doctoral thesis on the Polish shopping centre market.
Jan has more than four years of experience in the commercial real estate market. Before joining Cushman & Wakefield, he had worked in CBRE’s research and consulting department, providing advisory services in office market analyses, HBU analyses, feasibility studies and location analyses. Jan graduated in Management from the Warsaw School of Economics and in Geodesy and Cartography from the Warsaw University of Technology. He joined Cushman & Wakefield’s consulting and research team as a Consultant.