Juliette Morgan joins global property adviser to strengthen its East London tech business
Cushman & Wakefield, the global property consultancy, has today announced the appointment of Juliette Morgan, the Head of Property at Tech City UK, to further strengthen and grow its East London business. Juliette will continue in her current role with Tech City UK on a part-time secondment from Cushman & Wakefield.
Juliette joins a team of dedicated media and tech specialists at Cushman & Wakefield who have built a market leading position in London’s fastest growing sector.
Cushman & Wakefield’s specialist London tech sector team, led by Partner Michael Davis, has established strong relationships with East London’s business community including Tech City UK and Hackney Council. The firm is also lead adviser on a number of the Capital’s high profile tech projects and developments including; Here East, a 1 million sq ft state of the art digital campus encompassing TV/film production, incubator, exhibition and retail spaces at the former Olympic media and broadcasting buildings; and Derwent London’s White Collar Factory.
Juliette joins Cushman & Wakefield as a Partner in its London Markets group. She will also work closely with the firm’s tech sector specialists in Silicon Valley, New York and other major global tech hubs.
As Head of Property at Tech City UK, Juliette is responsible for advising the UK Government on its property strategy and policy initiatives to accelerate growth in tech start ups in East London. An expert in assembling creative teams to deliver product that is attractive to tech and R&D occupiers, Juliette has advised a growing number of private sector companies.
Digby Flower, UK CEO of Cushman & Wakefield, said: “Juliette Morgan is recognised as the foremost real estate expert in the London tech sector and we are thrilled she is joining us to further strengthen our successful team and to help us accelerate our growth plans for East London. Furthermore, Juliette’s decision to join our team reinforces our position as the leading adviser to the London tech sector.”
Commenting on her appointment, Juliette Morgan said: “I’m honoured to be joining Cushman & Wakefield which has a fantastic track record and reputation in the London tech scene which complements the strength of its teams in The Bay Area, New York and other hubs across the US and APAC, which gives them a real edge. The potential to grow this business working across the entire spectrum of the tech world is hugely exciting, and I look forward to being part of the team keeping Cushman & Wakefield at the forefront of the sector. I'm also delighted to be able to continue working with Tech City UK to further ensure London is the best place to imagine, start and grow a tech business.”