Published at: 2017-03-29 14:08 | Author: CIJ Europe
Now in charge at JLL‘s Prague and Bratislava offices, Miroslav Barnáš says close integration of the two is crucial for future growth
How will you be able to manage both the Slovak and the Czech office at the same time?

Frankly our Slovak business is very well established. It’s a very senior leadership that changed 2-3 years ago, everyone knows what they need to do and we’ve been sharing information collectively for some time now. In addition to that I handed over some of the operational matters to Peter Nitschneider who’s been with me for the past 10 years…I know we’ve got great people here. So we will be thinking collecti...

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