OBI adds new business role to ranks

Manchester-based independent surveyor OBI Property has recruited Joe Averill from software advisor AppLearn to its transactions and asset management team in a newly formed role aimed at developing new relationships with North West companies.

Having graduated in Business Studies from the University of Bristol, Averill spent three years working in the technology and software industry at corporate advisor AppLearn where he was responsible for securing major new clients for the company.

Richard Lace of OBI Property said: “Joe’s arrival further enhances the quality of service and skillsets we offer to our clients and how we promote and market their assets.

“We are continuing to adopt and invest in new and fresh approaches to business generation and strengthening our relationships with Manchester’s diverse business community. With his excellent track record it is fantastic to have him on board.”

Averill said: “My experience of working with some of the world’s leading brands has given me great insight into building customer relationships and I know this will translate effectively to OBI Property and their clients.”

OBI Property employs 20 staff working with landlord and occupier clients which include, NCC Group,, Allied London, Bruntwood, LJ Partnership, British Airways and CBRE Global Investors.

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