In this episode of China Paradigm, Olivier Tollet, enterprise Director of Greater China at Cushman & Wakefield, speaks with Matthieu David about the perspectives of commercial property and real estate in China. Olivier Tollet talks about the service lines of Cushman & Wakefield, the difference between sales and financing of the company in China and the west. He also mentioned topics like “new retail” and “pop-up shops”.
- 1:24 The size of the business and what’s the difference between Cushman in China and in the west
- 5:31 Can a foreign player easily buy buildings in China
- 9:32 How does the company choose the locations in China
- 14:38 How much it would cost for the technology for evaluation of a location
- 18:23 The cycle of retail in China offline
- 24:25 The insights of breakdowns of economies of shops
- 27:57 Price to expect to get a location in China
- 32:45 What is the second cost for shops
- 36:47 Technology links to the client end and the trends in Technology in real estate, retail and offices
- 44:37 Is displaying in the shop, buy online and deliver online the future of retail?
- 48:30 What is currently really working for the “New Retail”
- 54:40 Technology is really changing the game in every segment
- 1:00:45 Trends in sharing economy like co-living, co-working and pop-up shops
- 1:03:49 Is pop-up business real business now
- 1:05:47 Will Cushman & Wakefield work on pop-up shops
- 1:10:50 An interesting story about promotion
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