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JLL’s most recent addition to Office Leasing

JLL’s most recent addition to Office Leasing

JLL is increasingly adding value to their Auckland team with their newest appointment, Akira Hobcraft, who joins the Office Leasing team as a part of the wider Markets division.

Akira brings with her a Business degree from Auckland University of Technology with a double major in Advertising and Sales. Prior to joining JLL, Akira was an Office manager at Auldhouse. In her new role, Akira will be focusing on Office Leasing in the Grafton, Ponsonby and Freemans Bay precincts, all areas of which have not previously had a concentrated level of specialisation within the market.

Akira says, “I not only plan to find the most suitable space for my client’s needs, I aim to bring a more personalised and hands-on service to the landlords and tenants in these areas that has not been offered before.”

Mark Grant, National Director of Markets for JLL, says “We are delighted to have Akira on-board, she brings with her a fresh outlook and eagerness to succeed, combined with strong commercial acumen and ability.”

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