As the world embarks on reopening from COVID-19, its dimensions span everything from health, how business will evolve, and geopolitics. We have brought together two specialists on both the pace of opening and the possible geopolitical implications. Mr. Richard Jantz will cover current Executive Orders in NY relating to business reopening and safety precautions being instituted by landlords and occupiers to keep their spaces safe. Also part of the discussion will cover trends in back to office efforts with regard to current space utilization and reconfiguration. His point of reference is Cushman & Wakefield’s experience in China, although he will not address the Chinese experience directly. Mr. Anthony Bishop will look at the geopolitical implications of opening, starting with China, then traveling the globe including Brazil and United States. We hope you will join us for this lively discussion.
Moderator Aron B. Schreier, Director of Business Development, Cushman & Wakefield
Speakers Richard Jantz, Executive Managing Director – Tri-State Lead Project & Development Services, Cushman & Wakefield
Andrew Bishop, Partner and Global Head of Policy Research, Signum Global Advisors
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