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  • Cushman & Wakefield establishes debt solutions capability

    Cushman & Wakefield today announced it has appointed Brad Nelson as National Director, Debt Solutions, establishing a national property financing and debt markets capability to complement its existing agency platform.

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  • Cushman & Wakefield acquires Smith Brothers Group

    Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) today announced the acquisition of one of South Australia’s largest trade services businesses, Smith Brothers Group (Smith Brothers), comprising 200 people, enhancing the company’s facilities services across Australia and New Zealand. The team will join Cushman & Wakefield’s Australian occupier services platform and be part of the company’s global occupier services network that manages 3.5B SF across the world.

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  • Rob Dickins appointed to NSW office leasing team

    Cushman & Wakefield has today announced it has strengthened its Office Leasing platform with the senior appointment of Rob Dickins to the NSW Office Leasing team now comprising 15 leasing professionals and additional support staff.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield Announces Partnership with Plug and Play

    Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK), a leading global real estate services firm, today announced its partnership with Plug and Play, a global innovation and startup accelerator platform. Cushman & Wakefield joins as a founding anchor partner for the Plug and Play Real Estate & Construction vertical.
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  • Sydney’s Pitt Street Mall remains as world’s 7th most expensive retail precinct

    Sydney’s Pitt Street Mall has remained as the world’s 7th most expensive retail precinct by country, with rents remaining steady at $14,000 per sqm, according to rankings data from Cushman & Wakefield.
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  • Cushman & Wakefield’s Latest Blockchain Report Shares Insight on Implications for Real Estate Industry

    Cushman & Wakefield today released insights on how blockchain, the $945 million-dollar technology underlying cryptocurrencies, will impact the commercial real estate sector around the globe.
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  • What's Next for women in tenant representation?

    Cushman & Wakefield is committed to driving greater gender equality in the property industry. Tica Hessing, Human Geographer and Tenant Advisor in the Strategic Consulting Team, discusses her passion for tenant representation and why she’s encouraging more women to get involved.
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  • Euromoney Names Cushman & Wakefield World’s No. 1 CRE Advisor

    Euromoney’s 2018 Real Estate Survey named Cushman & Wakefield the world’s No. 1 overall commercial real estate advisor and consultant. Cushman & Wakefield was also named the top advisor and consultant in Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, China, North America, in addition to Argentina, Czech Republic, Italy, Portugal, Slovakia, Turkey and the U.S. 
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  • Digital Technology - Big data, rule engines and algorithms

    For a variety of reasons, what can be done with big data has only begun to be explored. Most data is stored on the servers of individual companies, not accessible outside those organisations. 

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  • Cushman & Wakefield expands valuations practice

    Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, today announced the acquisition of Knight Frank’s Sydney valuations business, which comprises 24 valuation professionals. 

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  • Digital Technology - Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial intelligence (AI) is often articulated as a computer with the ability to ‘think for itself’ or, at the very least, provide fast and accurate answers and solutions to questions and problems. 

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  • Physical Technology - Robots

    The concept of robots (mostly in human form) has existed for over a century, largely in the confines of science fiction. The truth is robots have surrounded us for decades, in homes, workplaces and alongside us daily. Many of the machines that make modern life easier – washing machines, microwaves, dishwashers, coffee machines, vacuum cleaners – are all robots.

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  • Cushman & Wakefield acquires Inc RE

    Cushman & Wakefield, a leading global real estate services firm, today announced it has finalised the acquisition of Inc RE, a top Australian Capital Markets firm specialising in commercial sales, acquisitions and investment advisory.
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  • Physical Technology - Driverless Vehicles

    The promise of driverless vehicles has been met with much excitement, understandably so. The use of the Google car is evidence that these vehicles are not far away. 

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  • Physical Technology - Drones

    Drones have quickly evolved beyond purely entertainment use as the modern equivalent of a remote controlled helicopter. As battery technology improved, increasing carry capacity and distance, drones became commonplace for mapping and photography applications, which led to a range of commercial applications. 

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  • Physical Technology - Sensors and Tags

    Essentially, sensors serve the purpose of detecting events or changes and reporting this information to another electronic device. The average mobile phone contains over a dozen sensors, they are also turning lights on as you enter a room, announcing arrival in a store and help with reverse parking.

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