Brussels, October, 30, 2017 – Colliers International has announced today that Annick Vandenbulcke has been promoted to the position of Head of Occupier Services in Belgium, effective 1 December 2017. Annick succeeds Pierre-Gilles Solvit, who, after four years managing Colliers International in Belgium, will return to Colliers International in France to take up a new challenge as Directeur Pôle Projets.
Annick has held various positions within Colliers International since joining the company in 1998 and is a specialist in workplace consulting. Since 2012, Annick has held the position of Director of Operations and became a Director of Design & Build in 2013.
“Annick has a wealth of experience to draw upon as she embarks upon the leadership of our Belgian business. She has a strong drive to develop our business lines and further our service offering with a view to deliver a fully integrated real estate service that exceeds our client expectations,” said Chris McLernon, Chief Executive Officer, Colliers International EMEA. “I thank Pierre-Gilles for his hard work and wish him the best of luck in his new role in France.”
Colliers International in Belgium consists of 40 industry experts across two offices in Brussels. The service offering includes Project Management, Work Space Strategy, Design & Build, Tenant & Owner Representation, Corporate Real Estate and Capital Markets and continues to grow. The integration of these services and the ability to accompany clients end-to-end in their real estate projects is one of the most important pillars in its strategic growth plans.
“I am very excited to be taking on the role as Head of Occupier Services at this important juncture for Colliers International in Belgium. Thanks to Pierre-Gilles’ strong leadership, we are in a great position for future growth and I look forward to fostering and nurturing our relationships with clients old and new as we build our business around providing the best possible service,” continued Annick Vandenbulcke, Head of Occupier Services, Colliers International Belgium.