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Robert Hendrick

Managing Director



Since 1996, Robert has been driving the growth and transformation of companies from a physical presence and operational perspective. As a consultant and an executive, he has worked with over a dozen Fortune 100 Global companies in over 20 countries.

Robert uses principles, philosophies, and practices from the hospitality industry as the model for corporate services and operations teams. He brings detailed insights on how the physical design of a space impacts human interactions, morale, creativity, productivity, and wellness. He aligns core business culture and strategy with the “enabling” functions of real estate, workplace, and operations. Through all of this, he emphasizes the use of data and the merits of balancing financial performance with long-term holistic priorities.

From 2011 to 2015, he lived in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, and led EMEA real estate, facilities, and other corporate administrative services for Amazon. In that role, he grew Amazon’s regional footprint from 8,500 desks (in 23 buildings / 10 countries) to 18,500 desks (in 55 buildings / 18 countries), including 34 corporate offices, 9 development centers, and 12 satellite offices. He established and grew a regional team of 14 full-time employees and over 600 outsourced personnel, who were responsible for leasing, design, construction, office services, and building operations (including physical security and travel).

Before Amazon, Robert was a consultant for corporate development and real estate initiatives to both large global corporations and early stage firms. Previously, as Director of Americas Real Estate for Morgan Stanley, he helped launch new offices in Sao Paulo, Calgary, and Mexico City. From 2004 to 2007, he managed real estate finance, transactions, and real estate development for Comcast, including over 100 significant projects and the property/portfolio integration of 18 M&A transactions. He discovered his passion for real estate while building the sales and distribution network for Daewoo Motor America in the late 1990s, which involved personally driving aggressive physical growth in over 40 markets across the USA. In its first four years, Daewoo was trending as the most successful automotive launch in US history, until General Motors acquired the global parent company and shut-down the US operation.

During personal time, Robert and his wife Sarah enjoy road cycling, skiing, hiking, and just about anything outdoors, or with their young daughter. He is also a “Cat A” licensed official for USA Cycling; so if you look closely at a professional bicycle race, you may see him in a car or on a motorcycle. He lives in Ridgefield, CT - where NYC Metro meets New England.


BBA, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania

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