Jan Janáček. Credit: CBRE

CBRE: Jan Janáček is the new Head of A&T Retail

CBRE announced three promotions in the Retail Agency department.

The retail team of CBRE, the world’s leading commercial real estate company, has rewarded the long-standing experience and loyalty of its employees with three promotions. Jan Janáček was named the new Head of Advisory & Transaction Services Retail and Naďa Kryglová and Aleš Nečas are now in the position of Associate Director. Tomáš Míček, who oversees the entire team, remains the Head of the Retail Sector. 

“I’m very pleased that Jan Janáček accepted the offer to lead the Retail Agency department. His years of experience in retail, both on the side of occupiers and landlords, joined with his strong managerial skills, are a great benefit for our company and the clients we represent,”” commented Tomáš Míček, the Head of the Retail Sector and Property Management Retail in CBRE, who added: “We are also pleased that we can announce the promotions of Naďa Kryglová and Aleš Nečas, who have both been doing great work over the years. I appreciate that, thanks to the seniority in the team, we are able to mutually present experience across entire departments and will move the quality of our retail services even further. Thus, our Retail Agency Department will be even stronger and absolutely prepared for the coming period, which is not, in these times of anti-coronavirus measures, not easy for the entire retail sector.” 

Jan Janáček has 13 years of experience in the retail sector, where he has held high managerial positions in companies such as Pietro Filipi and Orsay. He has been working in CBRE’s Retail Agency Department for four years. So far in CBRE, he has contributed extensively to letting activities in several regional shopping centres as part of exclusive mandates and has also provided professional consulting to landlords as well as occupiers, including the preparation of feasibility studies Now his agenda will expand primarily to include leading a team that, among other things, successfully represents tenants during their expansions and advises on leases in shopping centres, retail parks as well as on high streets in Prague and Brno. His duties will also include acquisitions of new projects, creating the strategies and the further development of retail services. Jan is a graduate of Palacký University in Olomouc. He speaks English and Polish. In his free time, he plays hockey and enjoys running and geocaching with his family.

Naďa Kryglová has been working on the commercial real estate market for almost ten years. She has been part of the CBRE retail team since 2016 and specialises in new projects in development and shopping centres undergoing modernisation with a focus on the Prague market. Her key projects include the Shopping Centre Letňany, where she contributed to the letting strategy, and Bořislavka Centrum, where she manages the retail unit letting process. She has also arranged leases in the shopping centres VIVO! Hostivař, Futurum Ostrava and Varyáda Karlovy Vary. Naďa graduated with a master’s degree from the University of Finance and Administration. She speaks fluent English and French. Her interests include reading and travelling.

Aleš Nečas has been working in the retail property sector since 2007. He has been working in CBRE’s shopping centre leasing department for almost five years. He focuses primarily on the letting of retail units in regional cities and the transformation of shopping centres as part of reconstructions or expansions. These shopping centres include Nisa Liberec, Futurum Kolín, SC Letňany, SC Plzeň, VIVO! Hostivař and others. Aleš graduated from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Economics and speaks fluent English. In his free time, he likes to ride his bike and travel.

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