The cost of moving goods, people and information is declining, with some items already in a steep and rapid descent. The catalyst for change is an array of new platform technologies that have pushed the cost of distance to the tipping point. By 2025, spatial economics will alter the way we live and work—faster and more broadly than many can imagine.
With over 10 years’ experience in the commercial real estate industry and location analytics, Milan applies data science to improve location decisions, utilizing analytics and forecasting models to bring deep insight of current and future performance. By combining geo-spatial methods with Milan’s commercial real estate knowledge, our clients gain a competitive advantage—better informed location strategies that are actionable.
Milan began his career at one of the leading retail-based think tanks in Canada—the Centre for the Study of Commercial Activity (CSCA), where he was involved in data collection, processing and analysis of spatial attributes of retail. In 2008, Milan joined Altus Group, where he provided consulting services to the company’s research and valuation division. His work included feasibility aspects of commercial real estate development and operations through supply-demand modeling. Milan’s key areas of expertise lie in design and data analysis, specifically as they relate to geo-demographics and trade area analysis.
Milan earned his degree in Applied Geography
from the Ryerson University, Toronto.
Kelly is a Marketing Administrative Assistant at J.C. Williams Group. In addition to providing administrative and research support for the team, she regularly performs a variety of other marketing related tasks and duties.
Some of her responsibilities include website administration, project management, research assistance, RFP response and developing proposals. As well, she provides support for the company’s content and social media marketing activities, including managing a monthly e-newsletter.
Kelly has a degree in Geography and Environmental Management from the University of Waterloo.