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Cushman strengthens retail team

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AGENTS Cushman & Wakefield has expanded its Victorian retail leasing team with the appointment of Stephanie Harding as manager.

Harding will focus on Melbourne’s CBD and other prime retail strips assisting landlords. She joins from Colliers she was a senior executive. She was recently a finalist for the 2019 Outstanding New Agent of the Year at the REIV Awards for Excellence, and winner of the Best Leasing Campaign for Budgets $5k to $10k at the REIV Commercial & Industrial Marketing Awards.

Harding holds a Master of Management from the University of Melbourne, which included undertaking Negotiation studies at Harvard University.

Cushman & Wakefield’s director, head of retail leasing, Victoria, Michael Di Carlo, said: “We are delighted to welcome Stephanie to the Cushman & Wakefield Retail Leasing team that has continued to expand during 2019 to meet the demands of retailers that are experiencing polarising market conditions.”

“We look forward to Stephanie bringing her knowledge and understanding of the retail market in Victoria, particularly in the Melbourne CBD, where there is high demand for quality space, particularly from technology and luxury brands.”

Harding added: “I’m excited to join Cushman & Wakefield and benefit from the experience and expertise the retail team has to offer. Quality retailers are still competing for exposure despite reported challenging global retail market conditions, and the ability to secure optimal space for our clients is as important as ever.”

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