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Jones Lang LaSalle’s newest CBD expert

Jones Lang LaSalle’s newest CBD expert

Jones Lang LaSalle is increasingly adding value to their Auckland team with the newest appointment, William Shearman, who joins the Office Leasing team as a part of the wider Markets division.

William brings with him a range of transferrable skills, prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, he obtained degrees in Law and Psychology from the University of Otago and also played cricket professionally for two years in the United Kingdom.

In his new role, William will be specialising in office leasing in the CBD and his main priority will be acquainting smaller businesses with the most suitable space for their needs, ensuring they are in the best possible situation for their businesses to thrive.

William says, “I am extremely excited to be a part of the agency team at Jones Lang LaSalle. I believe my knowledge from studying Law and Psychology, together with the interpersonal skills acquired from my dealings with people as a professional cricketer, are highly transferrable skills that I can bring to the role”.

Mark Grant, National Director of Markets for Jones Lang LaSalle, says “William’s addition to our growing team adds depth of coverage in the CBD with his specialisation focus.  His professional ability combined with a personable approach will bring exceptional results in his target market”.

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