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Dan Chubey | Colliers | Winnipeg

Dan Chubey

Managing Director

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Professional Summary

Dan Chubey is the Managing Director, Winnipeg brokerage responsible for leading the sales advisor team as well as oversees operations, recruitment and strategic business development. Dan played an active role integrating the Colliers Winnipeg office with Colliers International and his focus is on leveraging our strong systems and technology to build for future growth.

Dan joined Colliers International in September 2018 after a 15 year career with global brewing leader ABI where his previous roles saw him as a Director with leadership responsiblity for the commercial business units of British Columbia, Ontario, and Manitoba. His focus was on the development of high performing, engaged teams that grew market share while also prioritizing key financial metrics including top line and EBITDA growth.


Bachelor of Commerce (Finance, International Business); IH Asper School of Business at the University of Manitoba

Canadian Securities Course

Gap Partnership, Complete Skilled Negotiator Course

Licensed Real Estate Sales Representative - MREA

Memberships & Involvements

Member, Winnipeg Real Estate Association

Member, Canadian Real Estate Association

Member, Recruitment Committee;  The Associates of the University of Manitoba

Member, Fundraising and Marketing Committee; Children's Hospital Foundation of Manitoba

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