JLL bets on flex

Adam Lis joins JLL Poland as Flexible Office Solutions Manager

February 18, 2019

JLL has announced that Adam Lis is joining the company's ranks as Flexible Office Solutions Manager. This will further strengthen JLL's competence in providing complex consultancy services in flexible office space, a sector that has been rapidly developing in both Poland and worldwide.

JLL is a leading advisory firm with a strong expertise in the area of consultancy services for flexible office space operators. The company closely cooperates with the leaders in this sector, both in Poland and around the world. The appointment of Adam Lis to the office team will help build on JLL's existing business relationships with stakeholders from the flexible office space market. Adam Lis will be responsible for advising tenants on the use of flexible space in the field of lease strategies, he will also advise developers on acquiring operators for their office projects, as well as supporting operators of flexible space on the scheduling and launching of new locations.

"The development of the flexible office space segment is one of the most important trends on both European and Polish commercial real estate markets. The changing nature of our work, combined with fluctuating employee expectations, are reflected in the numbers. According to data from JLL, flex operators already offer approx. 250,000 sq m throughout Poland - including signed locations but not yet opened. The increasing popularity of flexible spaces is particularly evident in Warsaw, where the segment accounted for one in five square meters of office space leased in the city center last year. We want to meet the needs of our clients, both flex operators and tenants, hence our decision to expand the JLL team. Adam's experience and knowledge will help to strengthen not only our competence, but also the business of JLL's partners", comments Anna Młyniec, Head of Office Agency and Tenant Representation, JLL.

Adam Lis specializes in providing advisory services on flexible spaces and working models. He was involved in establishing of Brain Embassy, a coworking complex owned by Adgar Poland, where he was responsible for the development and operations of this business line. Previously, he ran his own PR agency for over 10 years. He graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics in Management.