Jain will be responsible for driving the strategic roadmap for building a dominant firm in India, and will lay the foundation for venturing into emerging markets, such as the Middle East.
19 February, 2016
Anshul Jain brings 20 years of experience in India, Southeast Asia and Europe in the real estate industry.
In his previous role as the CEO of DTZ India, Jain led the firm from a start-up to a 500-people strong organisation, before it merged with Cushman and Wakefield. His previous experience also includes international roles in C&W London, CBRE Singapore, and JLL Indonesia.
Commenting on the new appointment, Space Matrix Founder, Shagufta Anurag says, “Space Matrix has built great momentum in India over the last 12 months. We are excited to join hands with Jain.”
Says Jain, “[In] the last couple of years, we have seen a tremendous transformation of how the corporate real estate industry and their millennial employees view the use of real estate. This transformation has led to a faster integration of technology, robotics and big data into [the design] of future-ready workplaces. Space Matrix is youthful and dynamic and is an exciting firm to watch out for in Asia. With industry leading thoughts on product innovation and design delivery leading to a customer experience never seen before, I am very excited to join a thought leader in the industry!”
Jain holds an International MBA from IMD Switzerland, a Master’s Degree in Finance and a Bachelor’s degree in Science. He attended the Executive Leadership Program, as well as Managing and Transforming Professional Service Firms in India Programs at Harvard Business School. He is a Fellow of RICS as well as Ex Chair of CoreNet North India and speaks at various global industry forums.
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