Editor’s Note: The “Future of Work” is a WRAL TechWire series, supported by commercial real estate firm JLL and other partners. Last week, in our first report and second report, we looked at the state of the regional economy and how steady or increasing demand for space is changing. This week, we’re looking at another trend: how companies are adapting and responding to a shift in the labor market and the talent economy. We profile Molly Glasgow, an executive vice president at JLL, who joined WRAL TechWire along with colleague Courtney Fain for a LinkedIn Live conversation on Tuesday, April 26 at 9 a.m. Both Fain and Glasgow participated in an exclusive interview with another colleague, Clare Greco, for the series, a summary of which is published on WRAL TechWire today.
RALEIGH – As an executive vice president at JLL, Molly Glasgow specializes in helping technology and life science companies establish and implement effective growth strategies. She’s also working on a national level to help drive the technology strategy across the brokerage business.
She brings a holistic, strategic business approach to her clients’ real estate process and effectively leverages technology, data and analytics to help her clients make informed business decisions.
Molly’s creativity combined with her background at corporate and early stage companies give her a unique perspective to help her clients’ navigate challenges.
A North Carolina native and Triangle resident for over 15 years, Molly’s business acumen and knowledge of the local market make her an invaluable extension of her clients’ team.
Her Triangle-area clients include ChannelAdvisor, Merz North America, North Carolina State Univeristy, Ndustrial.io, SKEMA, Spreedly, SmartWires, Trilliant, and SolarWinds.
At JLL, Molly has spent nearly eight years focused on helping growth companies align their real estate objectives with their business goals to maximize culture and recruit and retain top talent.
Prior to joining JLL, Molly served as a marketing manager at Calvert Holdings, Inc. and a marketing associate at Quintiles. She also has experience providing business planning and advisory services to emerging companies in the Triangle.
Molly holds a Master of Business Administration from North Carolina State University, and a bachelor of arts in sociology at North Carolina State University.
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