Each week on Mingtiandi we track who among China’s commercial real estate community has left their role, been promoted, or has dreamed up some bizarre plan to monetise his blog so that he will never have to work a real job again.
Miguel Su is now a manager in the Marketing and Business Development division at Singaporean developer Ascendas. Miguel is yet another executive to have fled CBRE recently, where he had previously served as a Senior Manager in their Global Corporate Services department, as the real estate agency is apparently restructuring its China operations.
Carlo Wuysang is now Senior Associate Director – Corporate Solutions at Colliers International in Shanghai. Carlo previously served nine years with the Industrial and Logistics Services department at CBRE in Shanghai, most recently as an Associate Director.
Zoe Shen has been promoted to the role of Section Chief at Changshu Economic & Technological Development Zone in Jiangsu province. Zoe’s former title was Project Manager at this national level development zone near Suzhou.
Elaine Bai has been promoted to Assistant Portfolio and Facilities Manager at Mary Kay (China) Cosmetics. Ltd, from her former position of Portfolio and Facilities Management Supervisor at Mary Kay (China) Cosmetics. Ltd based in Shanghai. Say congrats to Yilin on her move up.
Wallace Loo has taken on the role of Assistant Project Manager (Heritage Conservation) with the Hong Kong SAR government’s Development Bureau. Wallace formerly worked as a Project Building Surveyor at Jacobs China Limited in Hong Kong.
Peng Cheng has joined Fosun Real Estate Holdings as Deputy Head of Product Management and Strategic Planning in Shanghai. Before joining fast-growing Fosun, Cheng spent nearly 3 years as Associate Director of Strategic Consulting with Jones Lang LaSalle China.
Wang Li Hui is now General Manager at SL Real Estate (Shanghai) Limited. Li Hui joined SL after two years with Beijing-based developer SOHO China, as a project manager and later Deputy GM. SOHO has recently been said to be selling some of its Shanghai projects as it seeks to streamline its portfolio.
Rachel Cheung is now a sales consultant at office furniture supplier Haworth in Shanghai, after leaving her role as Marketing Executive at industrial developer Plainvim International where she was involved in the company’s Kunshan Industrial Park.
If you know of other job changes among China’s commercial real estate professionals, please feel free to contact me at Mingtiandi.