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Cushman & Wakefield Expands Logistics & Industrial Expertise with the Appointment of Sally Bruer

14/01/2021
  • A leading authority in the field of logistics and industrial property research

As the logistics and industrial property landscape rapidly evolves and grows, Cushman & Wakefield continues to make significant investments in strengthening its market-leading sector platform with the appointment of Sally Bruer as Partner – Logistics & Industrial, Insight & Strategy EMEA.

Bruer is a leading authority in the field of logistics and industrial property research and is a trusted advisor to institutional investors, developers and occupiers as well as a sought-after speaker at industry events. 

Bruer joins Cushman & Wakefield from Tritax Management where she led the research function and where she was responsible for the quantitative and qualitative analysis of property market dynamics, as well as broader economic and sectoral trends, and assisting with fund management investment strategy. 
In this new role, Bruer will work in partnership with Lisa Graham, EMEA Head of Logistics & Industrial Research & Insight, to offer Cushman & Wakefield clients across Europe with the type of strategic, forward-looking insights needed to make wise investments and operational decisions.

Rob Hall, Head of Logistics & Industrial EMEA, at Cushman & Wakefield, said: “I have worked with Sally both as a previous colleague, competitor and client and I am extremely excited that she is joining us to continue our drive to provide our clients with insight and thought leadership that will make a difference to their strategic thinking.”

Sally Bruer, Partner – Logistics & Industrial, Insight & Strategy EMEA, at Cushman & Wakefield, said: “As clients’ focus on logistics and industrial property continues to grow, I am excited to be joining the Cushman & Wakefield team, whose global platform and local experience creates unique opportunities for delivering clients the insight they need to make well-informed, strategic decisions.”

Andrew Phipps, Head of Business Development, EMEA, at Cushman & Wakefield, said: “The appetite for value-adding data driven insight has only increased as the pandemic has progressed. With Sally joining Lisa and the existing team, we now have two of the pre-eminent thought leaders advising our logistics and industrial clients in EMEA.” 

 

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