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Innesco Turns Twelve!

This month Innesco is celebrating its 12th Birthday – and what a journey it has been so far! The business continues to thrive since rising from the ashes of the financial crisis in 2009, gaining the trust of some of the largest, most respected, and ambitious companies in global real estate.  As part of our birthday...

Spotlight on Milan Real Estate

Yesterday in Milan, Le Village - the open ecosystem that supports the growth of start-ups and accelerates the innovation of companies – hosted the "A tutta R" phygital event, organised by Credit Village and T.W.I.N. With ‘R’ standing for Real Estate, Restart, Recovery and Responsibility. The event offered some fascinating reflections on the relaunch of...

Britain to Finally Unlock as Freedom Day Approaches

Britain looks set to lift most of its remaining COVID-19 restrictions next Monday in what has been dubbed "Freedom Day", despite warnings that there could be 50,000 new cases detected daily. Freedom Day will see all remaining businesses reopen including nightclubs, while capacity caps will be lifted, and bars and restaurants will no longer be restricted to...

The Metaverse: Transforming the Very Nature of Retail

Earlier this month, auction house Sotheby’s launched a digital replica of its London headquarters. Located on New Bond Street in real life, the digital version can be found in the Voltaire Art District in Decentraland, a decentralised virtual reality platform powered by the Ethereum blockchain that allows users to purchase plots of land which can...

Life Sciences – An Inevitable Boom?

Where much of the value in commercial real estate has historically been focused on hospitality and retail, real estate investors are increasingly targeting the Life Sciences industry, which encompasses a wide range of medical fields, including biotechnology, pharmaceuticals and biomedical technologies. The need for services associated with the Life Sciences industry is growing and...

What trends has the pandemic accelerated in leisure?

The Covid-19 crisis has been a once-in-a-generation challenge for the leisure sector which had been growing and developing strongly in the period pre-pandemic.  The sector has had to adapt and now that it’s reopening, which innovations will survive into the recovery? The food and beverage sectors have seen the most innovation. Operators who had never...