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Jones Lang LaSalle reinforce their Auckland team

Jones Lang LaSalle reinforce their Auckland team

Jones Lang LaSalle is continuing to reinforce their Auckland team with the appointment of Anthony Barton who joins the firm as part of its Retail Sales and Leasing team.

Anthony brings with him an extensive sales background and has recently completed an MBA at Auckland University. He was a key contributor to the launch and development of the popular website GrabOne, where he on-boarded over 200 new businesses.

Anthony was previously an Account Manager at DB Breweries where he managed the largest volume/$GCM Area in Auckland which sold 17,000 hectolitres of beer (that’s 32,000 kegs) a year.

Anthony says, “I am extremely excited to be joining the team as a Retail agent at Jones Lang LaSalle and look forward to integrating my retail and hospitality networks into the role”.

Chris Beasleigh, National Director of Retail Sales and Leasing says, “Anthony brings a new dynamic to the team with his experience in the hospitality ndustry, an area we have not focussed on before”.

Anthony will also focus on CBD retail leasing.
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