New York, NY, October 14, 2015
– Colliers International has announced the additions of Clint Dewey
as Associate Director, and Tiffany Benton
and Jean-Philippe Krahmer
as Associates, to its New York operations.
“We are excited to welcome these three professionals into our brokerage services team,” said Kim Brennan
, Chief Operating Officer of Colliers International’s Tri-State Region. “We are confident that their diverse backgrounds will substantially benefit and contribute to the firm’s growth.”
Clint Dewey will serve as Associate Director in support of the Colliers’ brokerage team and work alongside Vice Chairman Robert Tunis and Managing Director Eric Ferriello. Dewey has a strong background in tenant and landlord representation services in the Midtown market and Westchester County, working with tenants from a diversity of sectors, including auto services, education, finance, law, technology, and biotechnology. He received his B.A. in Urban Studies with a degree in Real Estate from the University of Pennsylvania.
Tiffany Benton comes to Colliers as an Associate, serving the brokerage team led by Vice Chairman Howard Grufferman and Executive Director Robert Gallucci. Prior to Colliers, Benton was an owner of two businesses, Benton Lash LLC and Lashbomb, where she was responsible for steering both firms’ sales functions and marketing developments. Benton received her B.A. from the University of Utah.
Jean-Philippe (“JP”) Krahmer joins Colliers as an Associate for the Brokerage Services division, working alongside National Office Services President Cynthia Foster and Vice Chairman Alan Desino. Krahmer previously worked at Bloom Real Estate Group, with a focus on tenant representation. Before that, he spent 24 years with Marubeni America Corporation (New York), a leading Japanese general trading company in the Metals & Minerals Resources Business Group. His main concentrations were in sales, marketing, and business development. Krahmer has an extensive background in Japanese business and culture, and graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.