Podcast | Adaptive Spaces

To Stay or Go? Evaluating Workplace Solutions

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The world has changed rapidly and how we service our clients and provide meaningful solutions has required adaptability at a faster rate than ever before. As we move forward, the traditional workplace and what it offers is evolving too. So, what does this mean for both tenants and landlords?

In this episode of Talking Property, we set out to answer the question ‘to stay or to go’ and break down what to consider when reviewing individual workplace non-negotiables, requirements and objectives.

Hosted by Angelo Pavanello, Head of Advisory & Transaction Occupier Services for Victoria and South Australia and Jess Ryper, Associate Director from CBRE’s Project Management business. Together, they will unpack what it means to assess your individual requirements and arm you with all the tools you need to make informed and sound decisions for your business. 


Jessica Ryper

Director, Project Management, CBRE

As a Director of Project Management, Jessica co-leads the Office Occupier team with her expertise in AFL negotiation, workplace strategy and fit out integration. Jessica thrives on a challenge and has an admirable ability to interact with stakeholders at all levels of the project, firmly believing that developing strong relationships is the key to ensuring each project is delivered with success.

Angelo Pavanello

Director, Head of A&T Occupier VIC/SA, Tenant Representation, CBRE

Angelo has over 18 years’ experience in tenant representation, advisory/consultancy services, valuations and sales & leasing. In his role as Director, Angelo is directly involved in several key projects, providing expertise in lease negotiation, site selection, market research, strategic portfolio reviews, financial and location analysis as well as securing attractive outcomes around make good obligations/financial settlements.

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