• My C&W Research’ Iphone App Launches

    17 June 2015

    Hong Kong, 16 June 2015 – Global real estate adviser Cushman & Wakefield (C&W) has today launched a new iPhone app to make its flagship research publications from around the world more accessible.

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    Built as part of the firm’s ongoing commitment to deliver timely and relevant content directly to clients, the ‘My C&W Research’ app provides a platform for users to access, download and share research publications together with thought leadership pieces and market analyses from across C&W’s global network.

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    The app also enables users to create a personal library, which is available offline, to populate with their favourite publications.

    The launch of the ‘My C&W Research’ app comes amidst a backdrop of increasing global mobile internet usage. According to data provider Statista, nearly 75% of the global online population accessed the internet from mobile devices in 2013 – and this is expected to rise dramatically to 90% in 2017.

    Carlo Barel di Sant’Albano, International CEO at C&W, said: “As the mobile world continues to evolve, we need to adapt as a business to be as responsive as we can to the evolving needs of our clients.  Our new ‘My C&W Research’ app offers a stream of fresh and engaging content from the most important global markets – so I would encourage you to take the time to download it.”

    To download the app, please visit the Apple’s App Store by clicking this link via a mobile device, or alternatively by typing ‘My C&W Research’ into the App Store search bar.

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