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Macro appoints UK & Europe regional director

The global facilities management and workplace experiences firm has appointed Patricia Soria as UK & Europe Regional Director.

Soria, who has over 25 years’ of experience in retail construction, maintenance, and operations for both EMEA and North America, joined Macro in 2020 when it was awarded a contract with a leading sporting retailer, and shortly after became Sector Director for its Retail accounts.

Soria’s mantra is to “Think different, do different”. With a solid ability to organise and lead, she has orchestrated openings for over 1,000 stores, as well as developed and structured headquarters for organisations such Inditex, Guess, Foot Locker to name a few. She is focused on key results, building amazing teams and quickly adapting to new insights to ensure that all that her clients’ needs are met.

Using her wealth of facilities management experience and a strong background in managing global portfolios, Soria’s key objective is that “we deliver on their promises by delivering Macro’s Target Operating Model”.

Speaking about her new role, Soria said: “I am very excited for this new opportunity and look forward to the new challenge and continue to deliver exceptional and bespoke services to all our current and new Clients.  At Macro we are a great team, that I am proud to be part of and I look forward to leading the UK & Europe Teams into the next chapter of Macro growth.”

Ross Abbate, CEO of Macro commented: “I am thrilled to have Patricia join the Executive Management team and lead our UK & Europe teams. At Macro, we pride ourselves on promoting from within and Patricia is a great example of someone who embodies the Macro vision.”

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