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How Colliers UK is responding to COVID-19

26 03 20 tony new blue

Colliers in the UK is closely monitoring developments as the escalation of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues.


During this uncertain time, we remain operational, available and ready to assist you with your real estate and business needs. We are fortunate to have the platform and technology in place that allow us to work from home and keep our employees both safe and productive. 

Our primary focus is the health and wellbeing of our employees, clients, and the communities in which we operate. We are closely following guidance from the World Health Organisation and Public Health England, taking several precautionary measures to protect our employees and clients whilst also maintaining business continuity through dedicated teams and robust processes:  

  • We are following Government advice to ‘stay at home,’ respect social distancing guidance and work remotely
  • We are instructing any employees who have symptoms to seek medical advice and inform their HR teams
  • We have implemented new policies regarding business and personal travel, events and meetings, which we will continue to review and align with the latest guidance from local health authorities. 

We recognise these are challenging circumstances for our employees, clients and their families and we want you to know that we are working with other organisations and Colliers’ colleagues across the globe, sharing best practices and resources to ensure our clients continue to a receive a high-level of service and support. 

You can find on this page valuable insights on how COVID-19 is impacting commercial real estate, as well as useful information on managing your property or business and supporting your tenants or employees through these unprecedented circumstances.

As always we are doing what's right for our clients, people and communities.


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Tony is Chief Executive Officer of Colliers International for UK and Ireland, a role he has held since 2010. 

He is responsible for the direction and growth of the UK business, which now employs over 900 people across 16 offices. His focus is on accelerating clients’ success locally and internationally through an enhanced level of service, whilst also retaining and recruiting some of the best talent in the commercial property sector.

Tony is a member of Colliers International’s EMEA Board and Global Senior Executive team, which sets the vision and strategy for the company. 

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Helen O'Reilly

Head of Marketing and Communication

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As UK Head of Marketing and Digital Helen is responsible for building a marketing strategy that grows brand awareness; drives lead generation; works across business lines to help influence customer experience and ultimately helps us meet our growth and revenue targets.   

Previously, Helen led the Digital team in the UK & EMEA from May 2017 and prior to that she was Head of Marketing and PR for Colliers in Ireland.

Helen studied at University College Cork where she has a bachelor degree in Law and French, and at Dublin Business School where she has a diploma in Marketing and Event Management.

Having worked in Marketing and PR across various industries including the Motor Industry with brands such as BMW, Mini, Citroen and Hyundai as well as leading the marketing for Ireland’s most prestigious theatre, the Gate Theatre Helen has a passion for creative digital marketing strategies. Prior to this, Helen worked as a Production Manager for Independent TV production companies for over 5 years, at which time she managed the web and social media platforms for several TV shows, and produced spin on online shows to compliment TV broadcasts. Helen also has experience in managing and coordinating large scale events including awards shows, pop-up events, launches and small festivals.

 

 

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