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Atenor strengthens commercial know-how



Atenor has announced that it has created a new Commercial Director position within its Brussels team. Jean Vandezande has been appointed to this position, bringing with him extensive experience in the Belgian market in which he has been active for more than 20 years (Equity Partner at Knight Frank until April 2014 and then Real Estate Director Occupant and Hotels at Colliers until October 2017). Since then he has been involved in the growth of Strategic Hospitality and has developed new concepts combining tourism, hospitality and real estate in Brussels.

The intention of this new position is to approach the office market in a new, creative and forward-looking way in order to best fit the new business aspirations in terms of offices with the characteristics of developments on the market.

Commenting, Jean Vandezande says: “It is said too often that the Brussels office market lacks dynamism: this isn’t so! Many tenants are looking for offices that simply do not correspond with the current offering. A proactive approach will make it possible to offer office developments for a new generation of work organisation.”
Tim Harrup
28-09-2018


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