C&W Poland strengthens management team

C&W Poland strengthens management team

Published at: 2018-10-22 09:03 | Author: CIJEurope.com

Krzysztof Misiak was named lead of C&W’s office agency team in Poland. His key responsibilities will include operational management and integration of operational objectives of the office team across Poland. Richard Aboo will continue as head of office for the CEE region. He will be responsible for furthering development of all business lines with a special focus on co-working and PropTech. He will also remain the main contact person in business relations with clients in the CEE region. “Both Richard and Krzysztof are leading experts and highly-regarded professionals on the market,” said Charles Taylor, head of C&W Poland. “Thanks to their experience and determination in the implementation of our business strategies, we have built strong teams representing our clients’ interests across Poland. They are also among the most loyal employees of C&W, having been committed to us since the start of their professional careers.”

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