With two decades of experience in the Retail / Realty sector under his belt, having worked with many industry leaders, Mr. Susil S. Dungarwal has ventured out and has setup, a specialized company focusing on Mall development, Mall marketing, & Mall management. Having being associated with Squarefeet Management, along with two partners, he now stands solo and has formed “Beyond Squarefeet Advisory Pvt. Ltd”, a boutique Mall Advisory Company. Beyond Squarefeet is headquartered in Mumbai, with representative offices in Delhi & Doha (Qatar).
“Hands-on experience is our biggest asset at Beyond Squarefeet. Our USP is that, we go beyond being an ‘intermediary’, and provide tried and tested solutions for mall developers and retailers.” says Susil S. Dungarwal, Founder & Chief Mall Mechanic. “We have been a retailer, a mall developer & a management company in the past, and we provide the expertise & learning’s of these businesses to our clients. We personally feel a part of the project” continues Mr. Dungarwal.
Beyond Squarefeet works closely with the mall developers & retailers as a hand-holding advisory company to manage the entire spectrum of activities for a project, including but not limiting to mall conceptualisation, mall positioning, mall marketing, mall leasing, mall asset management and mall management.
Every professional at Beyond Squarefeet has been through the learning curve in their specialised fields & bring in rich experience, which becomes the differentiator with any such company in the country. The professional team of Beyond Squarefeet has more than 22 years of experience, specializing in Mall Development & Operations, jointly having managed more than 30 million sq. ft. (3 Crore sq. ft), in various parts of the country.
The team has over the last few years associated/worked with many industry leaders like, DLF Group, Ansal API, Hiranandani Group, K. Raheja Corp, Prestige Group, UB Group, Emaar MGF, Ishanya, West Poineer, Nirmal Lifestyles, Macy’s, Bloomingdales, Future Group and many more.
India Infoline Research Team / 14:59, May 20, 2015
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