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September ICYMI: Colliers in the News

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Welcome back to our monthly Colliers Canada ICYMI series, a one-stop-shop for top articles featuring our industry experts, trending thought-leadership pieces, and much more.

Check out our Colliers in the News round-up for everything you may have missed in September 2022:

Labour forces: Back-to-office dilemma challenges employers, employees, Business of Vancouver
Back-to-office dilemma challenges employers, employees, Castanet
COVID-19 changed office work. Here's what the 'next normal' looks like as people return, CBC
“The Office is Not Dead”: How the Pandemic Forced an Evolution of Workspace, Storeys
Bay Street gets back to business, BNN Bloomberg
People Space: Exec moves at Starlight, CBRE, Colliers, SmartCentres, RENX
Colliers becomes market leader in Nordics, Ottawa Citizen
Coming to a mall near you: outdoor movies, live music, exhibitions, The Globe and Mail
What is the future of the physical workplace?, HR Reporter
The Holidome was a one-stop vacation destination. Why couldn’t it keep up with the times?, The Globe and Mail
Construction industry struggles to meet unprecedented building cost inflation, The Globe and Mail
Discover the next chapter of Vancouver’s office market, RENX
Reimagining office space, Indigenous investment key to downtown Winnipeg's future, leaders say, CBC
How Orion Construction found a niche to help it grow up — literally, The Globe and Mail
2.3 million sq ft of office space is currently vacant in downtown Vancouver, Daily Hive
Long term real estate growth is a good story for Canada: Colliers Canada CEO, BNN Bloomberg
Planned Parenthood Regina signs lease for new 'dream' location, expands fall services, CBC
Tech demand continues to drive West Coast office markets, Western Investor
Cenovus to help advance sustainable energy opportunities for First Nations, Montreal Gazette
Infosys doubles job creation promise in Calgary to 1,000, CBC

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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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