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Cushman & Wakefield Announced Twelve Birmingham Promotions

Commercial property and real estate consultants, Cushman & Wakefield, have announced twelve promotions at its Birmingham office with four of them being new partners.

(l-r): Andrew Berry (Partner), David Tonks (Head of Birmingham Office), Hannah Jones (Partner), Joanna Raine (Partner), Adrian Vickers (Partner) Andrew Broome (Associate)

Andrew Berry (Office Agency), Hannah Jones (Global Occupier Services), Joanna Raine (Valuation & Advisory), Adrian Vickers (Project & Development Services) have all been promoted to Partner.

Andrew Broome (Valuation & Advisory), Alexander Crawshaw and Rui Gomes (both Facilities Management) have been promoted to Associate whilst Will Arnold (Logistics & Industrial), Andrew Reid and James Sinclair (both Facilities Management), Ryan Vowles (IT) and Nicholas Worthington (Project & Development Services) are now all Senior Surveyor level.

On a broader scale across the whole of the UK, the company made 127 promotions, which ranged from market, skill lines and functions.

The figures include six who was promoted to International Partner, 38 to Partner, 36 to Associate/Associate Director, 42 to Senior Surveyor and 5 to Surveyor.

David Tonks, Head of Cushman & Wakefield’s Birmingham office, said: “I am delighted to announce a significant number of promotions at our Birmingham office in recognition of the contribution these individuals have made to our business and our clients. As a people business, it is vital that we provide the opportunities for our talented colleagues to grow and develop and I send my warmest congratulations to each of them as they embark on the next stage of their careers.”

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