View the recording of our webinar from 5.20.21

Is the West Coast the best coast when it comes to retail roll-outs?

On Thursday, May 20th, industry experts, Al Cava and Roy Hasson, shared their hot takes on the current state of the retail industry and their best tips for navigating the permitting process when rolling out a national retail store program. 

Milrose's VP of Strategic Accounts, Al Cava, represented the East Coast while Roy Hasson, President of our LA-based partner, Permit Advisors, held it down for the West Coast. 

During this webinar, Al and Roy shared their insight on:

  • -How to properly prepare for a national retail roll-out project
  • -The location-specific permitting requirements and protocols to be aware of 
  • -Common mistakes that can lead to project delays 
  • -Strategies to implement to streamline the permitting process
  • -What is next for the future of retail



Webinar Presenters

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Al Cava, VP of Strategic Accounts at Milrose Consultants

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Roy Hasson, President of Permit Advisors

Presenter Bios

Alfonso Cava, Vice President of Strategic Accounts

Al Cava began his career at Milrose in March of 2008. During his tenure at Milrose, Al has been responsible for overseeing sales from New England down to the Mid-Atlantic regions as well as managing the New Jersey, Connecticut, Long Island, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. regional offices. Recently, Al was promoted to Vice President of Strategic Accounts. In his new role, Al is responsible for leading Milrose's Strategic Accounts Program and spearheading the company's national growth. Through the Strategic Accounts Initiative, Al aims to build and maintain Milrose's client relationships, create value, and be a trusted advisor focused on growth.

Roy Hasson, President of Permit Advisors

Roy Hasson founded Permit Advisors, a nationwide complete permit expediting and entitlement consulting firm, in 2008 and has been their President for over thirteen years. He received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of California, Los Angeles in History, before completing his Masters's of Science in Law and Urban Planning at the University of Oxford. His decade of experience in National Retail Roll-Outs for a multitude of Fortune 500 companies allows him an unparalleled insight into the strategies that go into a retail roll-out plan.