ULI Poland Product Council Day Urban Supply Chain: Retail and Logistics

When

2021-06-22
2021-06-22T12:00:00 - 2021-06-22T15:00:00
Europe/Sarajevo

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    Where

    Cushman & Wakefield Will open in a new window The Warsaw HUB, ul. Rondo Daszynskiego 2B Warsaw POLAND
     

    PRODUCT COUNCIL: URBAN SUPPLY CHAIN: retail & logistics

    Warsaw HUB, ul. Rondo Daszynskiego 2B, Warsaw

     

    Urban Supply Chain Product Council is in person, non-formal meeting point for industry professionals, members and guests, with vested interest in retail and logistics sectors. The host of the meeting is Cushman & Wakefield.

    Programme outline:

    • 12:00 Networking lunch  

    • 13:00 - 15:00 Group work - presentations and discussions

    Topics to be discussed:
    • Last mile vs inner city pollution
    • Local convenience stores – here to stay or just a trends of this decade?
    • Amazon.pl – what to expect and what impact it may have on the Polish retail market? 

    Presentations by:

    • KAROL BARTOS, Group Head of Retail Asset ManagementAtrium European Real Estate
    • ŁUKASZ JACHNA, Head of Capital Markets, 7R SA
    • JACEK WESOŁOWSKI, Managing Director, Trei Real Estate

    Moderators: Members of the ULI Poland Executive Committee

    • AGATA JUREK-ZBROJSKA, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig

    • SOREN RODIAN OLSEN, Head of Capital Markets, Cushman & Wakefield

    For safety measures and to keep the small number of participants the meeting is by invitation only. 

    For more information contact Malgorzata.Poreba@uli.org  

    Thank you to the ULI Poland Corporate Partners for their support!

     
     
     
     

    Cushman & Wakefield The Warsaw HUB, POLAND

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    Speakers

    Speaker

    Karol Bartos

    Group Head of Asset Management, Atrium European Real Estate

    Karol Bartos has nearly 15 years of professional experience in asset management, development, investment, leasing and finance in Poland and European markets. He took his position of Group Head of Asset Management at Atrium European Real Estate in March 2018. Mr Bartos is charged with the responsibility of building the long-term development strategy of the company’s portfolio of commercial centres, and cooperating with teams in Poland, the Czech Republic and Russia to implement leasing and investment plans. Prior to joining Atrium, Karol was an Executive Director at Tristan Capital Partners in London, where he was responsible for asset portfolios in Central and Eastern Europe, Scandinavia and Germany. In his career he managed projects with a total value of over €3 billion, these being Rondo 1 in Warsaw, Warsaw Financial Center, Karolinka and Zakopianka shopping centres in Opole as well as the retail development projects of Kronen Vanlose, a shopping centre in Copenhagen, and the Royal Bavarian hotel in Munich. Karol Bartos is a member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (MRICS) and a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM). He completed his master’s studies at the Warsaw School of Economics.

    Speaker

    Agata Jurek-Zbrojska

    Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig

    Agata Jurek-Zbrojska is a partner based in Warsaw. She is a qualified legal advisor and holds a master’s degree in economics. She has more than 15 years of experience in advising clients from around the world on the CEE real estate market. During her career she has also gained experience in other jurisdictions, i.e. in Germany and Spain. Agata has participated in the biggest transactions on the Polish market as well as in many cross-border transactions in Europe. The value of the transactions she has advised on amounts to billions of Euro. She specializes in real estate transactions. She helps clients to strategically structure real estate deals and prepares joint venture contracts. Agata has advised many developers, banks, financial institutions and investment funds on legal issues related to the construction process, including the drafting and negotiation of development management contracts, building contracts, agreements with architects, and key lease agreements. She also advises on renewable energy projects, including development agreements related to the sale of wind farm projects. Agata constantly seeks to expand her knowledge of economics. She has lectured at the Warsaw School of Economics, where she also completed her doctoral studies, during which she analyzed the economic and legal aspects of urban revitalization projects. In her free time Agata enjoys sport and art. She does CrossFit to keep her energized every day. During vacations she loves to ski and kitesurf. She is a big fan of surrealist artists.