Operating from London and Manchester, Foundation Recruitment is a specialist, professional, international recruitment consultancy. Our expertise is real estate - we have a deep-rooted understanding for property as an asset class.
Type the phrase ‘coworking’ into any search engine and your top results are guaranteed to be about WeWork, its rescue deal and the fate of ex-CEO and co-founder, Adam Neumann. So, you could be forgiven for taking the struggles of WeWork as an indication of the state of the flexible office industry, but you would be wrong.
Shaunagh and the team at Foundation Recruitment gained a full understanding of our business and the recruitment brief for the role. This ensured that only competently matched candidates were being sent to the interview stage of the recruitment process. This allowed my team to concentrate on core business activity with the knowledge that we would be interviewing pre-vetted candidates who had been duly matched for the role.
A smart building is a building which incorporates technology to optimise performance, save energy and grant greater control over how an asset is managed. They are also often referred to as ‘automated’ or ‘intelligent’ buildings.
A shopping centre marketing team has a massive impact on the success of a scheme. They play a crucial role in attracting tenants, enticing high levels of footfall, enhancing the customer experience and boosting sales!
Employer branding has become essential to attract the right talent and retain an engaged and motivated workforce. Today’s job market is becoming increasingly candidate-driven, giving candidates the power to be much more selective when it comes to culture, benefits, rewards, development, leadership and much more.
Our CSR focus is directed towards the UK wide issue of homelessness. Recently we worked with Mustard Tree, a charity we support that is working hard to tackle both the causes and consequences of poverty and homelessness across Greater Manchester.
Since the Brexit vote, activity within the capital has remained buoyant, leasing volumes are reaching new heights and vacancy rates remain low – currently standing at 4.7%. Last year, 14.8m sq ft of office space was let, the highest level since 2014 and 15% above the long-term average.
The term Placemaking means a lot of things to a lot of people – to some it’s about events and enlivenment strategies or creating opportunities for communities to come together. For others, its fundamentally about the design, accessibility and management of spaces.
The industrial and logistics sector is striving ahead among commercial property asset classes. In 2018, the market saw occupiers taking up 22.6m sq ft of Grade A big boxes, well above the five-year average.