JLL has recently introduced new Workplace consulting service in the Czech Republic. It focuses on workplace planning.
Real estate consultancy company JLL introduced a new Workplace consulting service in the Czech Republic.
Real estate consultancy company JLL introduced a new Workplace consulting service in the Czech Republic. It focuses on the planning and quality of the work environment. In the cooperation with the activities in CEE and EMEA regions, Lucie Malá will be in charge of the Workplace strategy with the support of the Research, Project Management and Design departments. By integrating this service, JLL will expand its portfolio and meet the needs of clients in the right setting of the work environment. New service based on real-world experience and analysis will help clients with the effectivity of their offices.
JLL has further expanded its range of workplace strategy services by combining technology and data analysis with individual strategic consulting. JLL provides clients with sophisticated advice on how to properly set up the work environment and create spatially, economically and socially efficient workplaces that support employees and business strategy.
„We want to provide our clients with added value and show them benefits of the most recent market trends. That is why we have expanded our services to provide complex consultancy in the efficiency of the work environment. Thanks to our expert advice, clients are increasingly aware that it is not only about securing work desk for employees but that they need to create an environment that will enable them to achieve their ambitions," said Miroslav Barnáš, CEO JLL in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
Lucie Malá, who is in charge of this new service in the Prague office, has graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and has 6 years of experience in designing and planning office interiors in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Up until now, she has been focusing primarily on project management and business development in JLL. „The office is no longer just a space for work, it increasingly functions as a community-building platform. The interior now becomes a tool of communication and collaboration. Thanks to Workplace consulting, we will help our clients analyze and design their internal layout to suit the needs of employees and the company's future strategy.," said Lucie Malá.