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Cushman & Wakefield recognized as the Best Retail Real Estate Agency in CIJ Awards Czech Republic 2020

18/03/2021
In this year´s CIJ Awards Czech Republic, Cushman & Wakefield Retail Agency team was awarded the Best Retail Real Estate Agency, confirming its leading position on the local market. Notably, this is the 7th consecutive year for Cushman & Wakefield to become the winner in this category of the prestigious CIJ Awards.

Jan Kotrbáček, Partner & Head of CEE Retail Agency team, Cushman & Wakefield: “In times so challenging for retail, it is a great pleasure to be voted Best Retail Real Estate Agency, and an encouragement to continue our efforts in sustaining the sector on its way to recovery. I would like to thank all our clients and business partners for putting their trust in us as we keep supporting them in these unprecedented times with positive and constructive attitude all year long.“

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 shopping and leisure activities, while also embracing the opportunities the growth of e-commerce brings to retailers.


About CIJ Awards Czech Republic:
The CIJ Awards Czech Republic, now in its 20th year, recognizes and celebrates projects, transactions, companies, as well as teams that excelled over the past year. The CIJ Awards Czech Republic 2020 is intended to honour nominations for projects, deals and achievements completed between November 2019 and October 2020. Nominations are judged on a multidisciplinary basis.

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