Strategic retail property consultancy Harper Dennis Hobbs (HDH), part of U.S.-based Newmark, has hired three new graduates to support the business’s growth.
HDH, which works with some of the world’s leading brands and retailers such as Cartier and Harvey Nichols, recently relocated its headquarters to Mayfair. The company’s 55-strong team is expanding further with its latest recruits who have joined the team from universities across the UK.
Isabel Marshall joins to work in HDH’s European team, assisting with the firm’s retailer client base. Ben Thompson will form part of the Agency and Investment team, and William Knight is the newest member of the Lease Advisory team supporting lease renewals, rent reviews and business rates.
HDH has a long history of hiring and nurturing the best graduate talent, as well as a strong track record of internal promotions. Previous employees who embarked on their careers as graduates at HDH and have now progressed to senior positions include Jamie Strachan, executive director of investment and Rebecca Blenkinsop, now director of international.
Discussing its recruitment, Chris Dennis, HDH’s COO said:
“We’re delighted to welcome Isabel, Ben and Will to our growing team. As a business, we are committed to finding and developing the very best talent the industry offers.
“It’s been a busy period for Harper Dennis Hobbs. After moving to our new Mayfair offices and off the back of a number of high profile client wins, we are planning for further expansion of the team, and as always, a core part of that strategy is giving opportunities to recent graduates and offering a pathway with HDH through the industry.”
For more information on Harper Dennis Hobbs, visit: http://hdh.co.uk/
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