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Colliers launches first ever complete future of CRE indusrty report 2021

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Flexible workspace solutions and technology that enables collaboration for hybrid teams, all within a sustainable environment, are just some of the factors that now need to form part of corporate occupier strategy as they adjust to the industry’s new ways of working – according to Colliers’ report published today, CRE – our industry today, tomorrow, and beyond: Engage, Evolve, Accelerate

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Colliers launches first ever complete future of CRE indusrty report 2021

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Eva Escaig

Head of Occupier Services | Germany

Munich

Well respected within the industry, Eva is a Managing Director with over 20 years of global experience within Real Estate. Eva has a wealth of knowledge having advised clients from a transaction, consulting, architectural and civil engineer perspective.

As Managing Director of Occupier Services in Germany, Eva drives strategy, client service delivery and supports the growth of Colliers’ occupier business.

Eva leads with her team integrated service delivery for all occupier clients specialising in corporate real estate services, portfolio strategy, transaction management, brokerage, lease administration, project management, workplace services, and facilities management outsourcing advisory across Germany.

Prior to joining Colliers, Eva worked for CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield, where she has held a leadership role within their Global Occupier business in Germany, as Head of Transaction Management. She has gained extensive global experience advising clients over the last 25+ years. She supported corporations on their global real estate organization and strategy over the last 10 years, having worked across EMEA, North America and Asia Pacific. 

Eva currently serves as a mentee for students of the Technical University of Munich and is a member of CoreNet.

She has lived and worked internationally and has a deep understanding of the cultural and regional challenges within a global organisation.

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