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Jones Lang LaSalle continues to expand in Wellington

Jones Lang LaSalle continues to expand in Wellington

Jones Lang LaSalle is continuing to strengthen their Wellington team with the appointment of Jon Williams who joins the firm as part of its Retail team.

Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, Jon spent the past two years as a residential agent working for Summit Real Estate, successfully negotiating a deal in his first week and a million dollar sale in his first year. Jon, originally from the UK, has also worked in the glass industry overseeing commercial, light commercial and domestic projects.

In his new role, Jon will be focussing on retail in the central city of Wellington. Jon says, “Jones Lang LaSalle is excelling in the market place and this is certainly a great time to be joining the company.”

Jon continues, “The central city of Wellington is dynamic and diversified market and I’m expecting a busy year. I have over twenty years’ experience in sales, project management and customer service, I look forward to tailoring that experience to the role and being part of a fully supportive winning team.”

Chris Beasleigh, Director of Retail Sales and Leasing at Jones Lang LaSalle says, “Jon will be a fantastic addition to the growth of the national retail team, assisting clients and landlords in the vibrant central Wellington retail market.”

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