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Amy Vuong | Colliers | Toronto Downtown

Amy Vuong

Director, Marketing and Communications

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À propos

Expériences professionnelles

Amy is a thoughtful marketer with a focus on linking marketing strategies to business development, client retention, and corporate communications. With experience in both the brokerage and property management aspects of commercial real estate, Amy has developed an in-depth understanding of what is important to clients, internal partners, and external stakeholders. Over her past ten years with Colliers, she has combined this with her marketing expertise to result in numerous successes and new business wins.

Réalisations

Recent accomplishments include:

  • 2016 - Winner - Best New Business Proposal
  • 2014 - Winner - Best New Business Proposal
  • Part of the winning team for the Mississauga Executive Centre (1.1m SF) project, providing property management, leasing, and project management services.

2011 & Prior - Brokerage

  • 2011 business development: pitched, and provided property marketing strategies to over 770,000 SF of new office and 800,000 SF of new industrial listings.
  • Successfully led all GTA brokerage offices through the complete Colliers rebrand in 2010. Over 95% compliance with brand standards after 90 days.

2010 ACME Awards (Accelerating Marketing & Communications Excellence):

  • Public Relations, Toronto Marketing
  • Property Marketing, Toronto Marketing
  • Agent Identity & Specialization, Toronto Marketing

2009 ACME Awards:

  • Client Event, Toronto Marketing
  • Internal Positioning, Toronto Marketing

2008 ACME Awards:

  • Project Marketing, Toronto Marketing
  • Internal Positioning, Toronto Marketing

2008 Circle of Excellence Award Winner

Éducation

BBA Hons., Schulich School of Business, York University

Services

Lignes de service

Services de gestion en immobilier

Actualités

déc. 8, 2021

Canadian companies experiment with finding return-to-office ‘middle ground’

In the early days of the pandemic, many opinions in the business world gravitated towards two extremes: either we would be working remotely at home forever, or, that it was essential to get workers back to the office as soon as possible for productivity’s sake.
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déc. 21, 2020

Productivity rethink must drive office space planning

As Canadian companies position themselves in the coming weeks, months and even years to redefine their workspaces and offices, it’s important not to lose sight of how these spaces will drive or hinder worker productivity and our sense of well-being.
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