-- Firm wins Best Canadian Property Consultancy, Property Consultancy Marketing and Property Consultancy Website, as well as Best International Property Consultancy Marketing and Property Consultancy Website --
Vancouver, December 13, 2016 – Colliers International, (NASDAQ and TSX:CIGI), a global leader in commercial real estate services, took home five top distinctions at the International Property Awards gala that took place at The Savoy Hotel in London on December 12. The firm won Best Property Consultancy, Canada; Best Property Consultancy Marketing, Canada (for Edmonton, Alberta’s Pilot Sound); Best Property Consultancy Website, Canada; Best International Property Consultancy Marketing; and Best International Property Consultancy Website.
In its 24th year, the International Property Awards are the region’s largest, most prestigious and widely recognized property awards. This year marks the sixth time in a row Colliers has won Best Canadian Property Consultancy and Property Consultancy Website; the second time it has taken home the Best International Property Consultancy Website prize; and the first time it has received the Best International Property Consultancy Marketing distinction.
“It is a tremendous honour and accomplishment to be recognized by the International Property Awards, both on a regional and international level,” said David Bowden, CEO of Colliers International Canada. “We take immense pride in our people’s talent and commitment to exceeding clients’ expectations. Receiving constant recognition for our property advisory, property marketing and digital capabilities is a testament to our professionals’ expertise and innovative approach, and motivates us all the more to keep raising the bar on our service delivery.”
Other Canadian winners include AA Robins Architects – Best Architecture Single Residence Canada for Gulf Island Residence; TheRedPin, Inc. – Best Real Estate Agency Canada; and John Ryan Personal Real Estate Corp. – Best Real Estate Agency Marketing Canada.
This year, an independent panel of 70 industry experts, chaired by members of the House of Lords in the UK Parliament, judged the International Property Awards. The judges made their decisions based on the following criteria: design, quality, service, innovation, originality and commitment to sustainability.