Mick Matheusik, B.E.S., M.Sc.
founding Principal of TREC International Inc.

Mick Matheusik is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC) and licensed commercial realtor. He is the founding Principal of TREC International Inc., a West Vancouver based firm that specialises in Tourism, Retail & Economic Consulting (www.trecinternational.com). With 30 years of development and management consulting experience, he has worked with most of the major mixed use, retail, and commercial developers in the Western Provinces plus many in other parts of Canada, the U.S and internationally. He is also Vice President of NAI Commercial Inc, (www.naicommercial.ca) a national and global brokerage firm. Mick specializes in the sale of unique resort and leisure based properties and businesses.

As a management consultant, Mick has personally conducted hundreds of ‘market driven’ environmentally sensitive development strategies, market and financial analyses, highest & best use strategies, master plans, and business plans for all types of resorts, hotels, wellness centers, spas, eco-tourism ventures, tourism attractions, resort retail villages, shopping centres, new town centres, retailers, restaurant and cultural facilities situated throughout Canada, the US as well as overseas. Over the years he has completed many strategies in emerging resort areas and specialty businesses utilizing techniques and uncovering market niches and opportunities that traditional studies often miss. He has completed these for sites ranging small commercial parcels and businesses to entire resort communities and multi-faceted town centres throughout Western Canada, the US, and at least 10 other countries worldwide.

He provides strategic development and management consultancy advice to a wide variety of private, and public sector as well as First Nation clients.  Mick Matheusik’s work in strategic planning and design has been acknowledged by the Urban Land Institute, ULI, a world renowned think tank organization based in Washington, D.C.  Some of his work has been published in two of their Development Handbooks (on Resorts and Shopping Centers) and articles on resort retailing, spas and spa lifestyle real estate are available in other publications providing strategic advice to developers, associations, government agencies, finance companies and other hospitality professionals. He holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies from University of Waterloo and a Masters of Science in Tourism & Recreation Development & Marketing from Texas A&M University.

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