The real estate consultancy firm, present in Romania since 2017, has had the fastest growth in the region
After opening the first office in Romania almost four years, Avison Young has become one of the most important real estate consulting firms, offering a complete range of services in the real estate sector.
Building on the firm’s existing foundations in Europe, in Poland and Romania, Avison Young has opened new offices in Hungary, Bulgaria and, recently, in the Czech Republic, under the coordination of David Canta (photo), Principal Avison Young Romania & Czech Republic.
“Four years ago, Avison Young established the first office in the region in Romania, followed by Poland, Hungary and recently the Czech Republic and Bulgaria. I am very happy that we have achieved the goal of covering the entire Central and Eastern Europe in such a short time and this award is a recognition of our dynamic expansion”, said David Canta, Principal Avison Young Romania and the Czech Republic.
“We live through times of tremendous change for our industry and we continue to invest heavily in technology and to attract top talent, to better service our clients’ needs. Soon we will announce new strategic partnerships which will be transformative to our service offering and capabilities.”, added David Canta.
The SEE Real Estate Awards Gala & Networking Forum is the only event of its kind covering the South Eastern European region. The event brought together the most active international and local developers, bankers, investors, lawyers and other CRE professionals operating in the region.
This two-day event opened with the CEO Networking Forum, a series of discussion panels covering all the main topics and relevant issues for today’s dynamically evolving SEE real estate sector. The Forum provided an opportunity to hear from some of the region’s standout thought leaders, as well as opportunities to discuss and explore the real estate industries most important developments.
The SEE Real Estate Awards & CEO Networking forum is the first virtual awards show and experience celebrating the SEE Real Estate industry. The event was broadcast over two-days via the latest online technology and digital know-how, culminating in a live-streamed virtual award show on April 8.
Countries covered: As an acknowledgement of the growing interest in, and significance of, the commercial real estate and related industries in South-eastern Europe, from both a development and investment perspective, the event covered Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, the Republic of Moldova and Albania.