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Colliers releases ambitious Enterprise ‘25 growth strategy

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Plan continues focus on delivering balanced and diversified growth

TORONTO, CANADA – Leading diversified professional services and investment management company Colliers (NASDAQ and TSX: CIGI) today released its next five-year Enterprise ’25 growth strategy, once again setting bold targets to continue its proven track record of success. The Company plans to more than double its profitability, with at least 65% of adjusted EBITDA coming from recurring revenue, by the end of 2025.

“Colliers’ enduring strength comes from our enterprising culture, global platform, leading expertise and growth mindset. Our balanced and diversified business model allows us to provide expert advice to our clients, wherever they choose to do business,” said Jay S. Hennick, Global Chairman and CEO. We will continue to grow from strength to strength by augmenting our internal growth with smart acquisitions that build scale, expertise, and expand our service lines. As we deliver on our Enterprise ’25 growth strategy, we will create meaningful shareholder value as we have for more than 26 years, all while leading the industry into the future.”

Enterprise ’25 Targets

Colliers has set the following operational and financial goals, to be achieved over the five year period ending December 31, 2025. Given its strong results during the first half of 2021 and acquisitions announced to date, the Company is off to a robust start on each of these metrics. Delivering on these growth targets is expected to create significant long-term shareholder value. 

 

 2025 Targets (US$)

 Revenue

 $5.6 billion

 Adjusted EBITDA1

 $830 million

 Adjusted EPS1

 $8.40

 Adjusted EBITDA from recurring revenue

 >65%

 

Enterprise ’25 Growth Pillars 

To achieve its ambitious growth aspirations, Colliers will focus on six key growth pillars that build on its unique enterprising culture and proven track record of success:

  • Build scale
  • Strategically acquire
  • Expand client relationships
  • Make culture count
  • Amplify our brand
  • Innovate with technology

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[1]  Adjusted EBITDA and Adjusted EPS are non-GAAP financial measures. For reconciliations to the nearest GAAP measures, please refer to the Company’s Management Discussion and Analysis available on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.


For More Information, Please Contact:

Pamela Smith

Senior Director, Communications I Canada

Vancouver

As the Senior Director, Corporate Communications I Canada, Pamela  leads and motivates the team responsible for executing external and internal communications, ESG  and diversity and inclusion strategies. She provides leadership to the communications team and advises senior leadership to ensure the successful execution of communications strategies and objectives. With more than 20 years of experience working with national and global media outlets, Pamela understand the importance of building relationships and developing consistent messaging to elevate and protect Colliers' brand.

A key part of the National Marketing and Global Brand & Communications teams, Pamela  is responsible for developing & implementing internal and external communications strategies for Colliers Canada to: 

• develop and ensure consistent messaging across all business lines - brokerage, real estate management services, Colliers Project Leaders, Valuations and Advisory, Strategy and Consulting Group, and shared services; 
• enhance and protect the Colliers brand and reputation through proactive media relations, issues management, and crisis communications, serving as a spokesperson for the company with media;
• engage our people from coast to coast - developing creative communications plans, and communicate cohesive messaging across internal channels to foster a diverse culture based on inclusion and equality. 

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