Strategic Partner Spotlight: Cushman & Wakefield
Strategic Partner Spotlight: Cushman & Wakefield

Each month CED spotlights strategic partners that help to propel Triangle entrepreneurial companies onto the national stage as successful businesses. One of our November Strategic Partner Spotlights is Cushman & Wakefield.

About Cushman & Wakefield

Cushman & Wakefield is a leading global real estate services firm that helps clients transform the way people work, shop, and live. The firm’s 45,000 employees in more than 70 countries provide deep local and global insights that create significant value for occupiers and investors around the world. 

Why does Cushman & Wakefield support CED as a strategic partner? 

Cushman & Wakefield is proud to support CED because of their critical role in nurturing the next generation of entrepreneurial companies, ensuring that the Triangle remains a "future-facing" economy -- at the epicenter of growth and innovation in life science and technology. These goals align with Cushman & Wakefield's own role in assisting entrepreneurs and their companies during this critical stage of the business.

How does Cushman & Wakefield help North Carolina entrepreneurs? 

Via a robust local presence and industry-specific practice groups, Cushman & Wakefield provides optimized commercial real estate solutions to start-up, emerging private, and early stage public companies. By acting as a trusted partner and advocate for our clients, Cushman & Wakefield’s experienced professionals have created value through real estate for a wide range of clients, from corporate headquarters to tech startups. We leverage our market-leading research to uncover hidden opportunities and collaborate with our colleagues to provide creative solutions to our clients’ real estate requirements. 

What does Cushman & Wakefield envision for the future of entrepreneurship? 

We see the future of entrepreneurship capitalizing on the increasing influence played by exponential technologies; in effect, cloud-based hyper-collaboration around the problems entrepreneurs are attempting to solve. Given the continued impact of global connectivity, we expect entrepreneurs to do more with less and to access resources and intellectual capital globally. We also believe their work environments will continue to evolve, emphasizing inspiration, collaboration, authenticity and a focus on minimizing impact to the environment (the world in which we live).  

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