The new CEO of the Slovak branch of CAPEXUS is Michal Kolesár. The team of architects will be led by Jakub Seči

CAPEXUS, a workplace consultant and designer and implementer of office and retail space, has a new CEO of its Bratislava branch. Michal Kolesár, who was hired as the company's sales director in 2020, is now assuming the top job. Jakub Seči, the architect behind the design of offices for Jan Becher Pernod Ricard, UniCredit Bank and Sev.en Energy in Prague, comes to Bratislava with the task of leading the architectural department.

Michal Kolesár new director of the Bratislava branch

New CEO of the Bratislava branch

Kolesár (38) joined CAPEXUS after five years at CBRE, where he was promoted from a consultant to the position of Associate Director. At CBRE, Kolesár represented landlords and tenants.

Michal Kolesár is an experienced expert in the field of commercial real estate and since his appointment we can look forward to strengthening our role in the areas of design and implementation of office space and workplace consulting. Michal's goal will be to expand our portfolio of clients and services. We also want to take advantage of the fact that CAPEXUS is a founding member of Studio Alliance, an association that allows multinational companies to rely on the same quality service in 12 European countries, whether they are considering setting up a branch or changing their existing premises.
Daniel Matula, Managing Partner of CAPEXUS
Jakub Seči the new head of architects in the Bratislava branch

New management member of the Bratislava branch

After five years in the Prague headquarters of CAPEXUS, where he contributed to the design of offices for Jan Becher Pernod Ricard, Sportisimo, Sev.en Energy and UniCredit Bank among others, Jakub Seči (29) is moving to Bratislava as Head of Architecture. A graduate of Architecture and Civil Engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague, his goal is to address a wider range of clients and to promote architecture as one of the services that CAPEXUS provides.

Published March 30, 2021

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