Colliers International is proud to be a member of the World Economic Forum, whose mission is “improving the state of the world.”

At the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland and at several additional meetings worldwide throughout the year, the WEF brings together leaders in business, politics, thought, the arts, and non-governmental organizations to solve some of the world’s greatest challenges.

Our global president and CEO, Doug Frye, and Dylan Taylor, CEO of the Americas region, joined more than 2,500 delegates in Davos in 2011 and 2012 and particularly focused their attention on the Infrastructure and Development industry cluster. Frye also co-chaired a session for this cluster during the World Economic Forum meeting in Dailan, China last year.

Colliers International and our business leaders are committed to doing more than business as usual—we believe business must take a leadership role in shaping society. We were the first real estate or financial services firm to sign the WEF’s PACI pledge (Partnering Against Corruption Initiative) because we believe doing the right thing will do long-term good. 

Colliers will continue to support the WEF’s mission to improve the state of the world through our business practices, community outreach, commitment to sustainability and willingness to work across borders and boundaries to solve problems and create meaningful solutions.