This annual survey compares Europe’s major business cities, and indicates their performance in key categories ranging from the best cities in which to locate a business to the availability of qualified staff. This monitor covers 34 European cities, making it an invaluable guide to site selection.
This extensive report, co-branded with the Global Real Estate Institute, explores the fundamental stability of the Indian market -- a dynamic workforce, liberalized economy, robust demand for real estate across all sectors, and strong investment potential. Also explored is how financial market turmoil may strengthen the sector, encouraging quality developments.
This survey examines issues important to companies in deciding where to locate in the United Kingdom. It includes comparisons of how the top 15 cities perform in key categories, ranging from the best city in which to locate a new headquarters to the cities with the greenest reputation.
This report examines the key growth drivers for India's logistics sector – increase in foreign trade, outsourcing of manufacturing activities and the emergence of organized retail – that are necessitating the growth of warehousing, supply chain management, cold-storage and transportation.
This report ranks 25 countries based on rent, labour costs, congestion, size of freight markets by type, proximity to key markets and population densities. Belgium ranks number one, with the Netherlands in second place. Markets remain active as supply chain management becomes increasingly critical for business.
Thanks to an exclusive partnership with Property & Portfolio Research, Inc. (PPR), the world’s leading independent provider of commercial real estate research, portfolio strategy and risk management advisory services, Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to present a special series of reports developed by PPR. This report examines the consequences of potentially overbuilding in Texas during a recessionary period.
This briefing presents a strong case for exploring sites in the United States to locate international manufacturing operations. Key issues including workpools, incentives and infrastructure are addressed, along with the tactics deployed by ThyssenKrupp during its global search for the optimal location for its new, state-of-the-art facility.