The strategic consultancy of DEGW opens new Office in Poland Munich DEGW, February 17 -, worldwide one of the leading consulting firms in the area of workplace and corporate is expanding its presence in Europe real estate strategy. With the establishment of the new DEGW, in particular the commitment in Eastern Europe should further offices at the site of Warsaw, which was opened in early February, more, opened up new fields of business, as well as existing local customers are successfully supported. DEGW operates global strategies now almost 40 years of experience in the individual development of real estate and has offices in the most important European core markets like England, Benelux, Spain, France and Italy. The location Germany out is DEGW active for years in Eastern Europe and serves many local international companies. Claudia Hamm Bastow, head of DEGW global, prides itself on sustainable growth and is pleased about the opening of the new site: DEGW is the presence in Poland right step: with our office in Warsaw we establish ourselves permanently as a fixed size for customers in Eastern Europe. Already now, we advise many of the big players in the financial and technology industries, as well as in pharmaceuticals, and consumer goods in the development of promising workplace concepts and implement them across national borders across at a variety of locations. With a permanent presence we can serve in the future even more intensively our international customers in the region.” The expansion into the Polish market is part of a long-term growth plan.
Just in terms of the merger carried out by end of 2011 with AECOM, it was an important goal, to take advantage of existing infrastructure and expertise of the two companies and to expand its service portfolio. This allows challenges global and local customer business is continually changing an optimum adaptation and makes the strong partner for end-to-end DEGW consulting in Europe as a whole. Bogusz Parzyszek, founder of the Polish magazine OFFICE and Director added the new Office in Warsaw: straight in the Eastern European countries back more and more in people’s awareness of the issues surrounding the sustainable development of future-oriented workplace concepts. “So there is no better time to strengthen our commitment in Poland and our expertise to bring experience and creative diversity there at the market”. Evidence of a significant increase in demand with regard to expert advice around the theme of modern working and learning environments is the continuous growth of DEGW and the steady expansion of European business. In many economic and political bodies often critically discussed, rethinking the use of office buildings especially against the background of demographic change, sustainability and cost pressures is essential. Real estate and particularly work environments make the right and tailor-made concept the strategic asset, a clear competitive advantage. And this not only in terms of cost optimization, but especially to the increase of innovativeness, creativity and Productivity. A modern expectant needs work environment promotes corporate identity, employee motivation, and thus contributes to the success of sustainable and crisis-resistant.