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Miguel Bengzon

Assistant Manager

Office Services

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About

Professional Summary

Miguel joined Colliers Philippines in late 2015 as a Market Analyst for the Office Services team. He was previously responsible for updating the department’s database and supplying market data for the quarterly property reports produced by the company. In 2017, Miguel transitioned into the role of a sales broker under the Tenant Representation department and has since serviced several key clients.

Education

2011-2015
Bachelor of Science in Management, Minor in Literature
Ateneo de Manila University

 

2013 (Fall Semester)
Integrated Master's in Management (English Track)
Telecom Ecole de Management, Evry, France

Memberships & Involvements

Business Network International Makati Genesis Chapter (2019)

Clients

AXA, Chang Hwa Bank, Bank of Taiwan, Metrobank, SLK Group, Stolt-Nielsen, IPSOS, Nokia, Conduit Global, Pentair, MeteoGroup/DTN, Stellar BPO, Viking Software Solutions, Galderma

Testimonials

"From the start of our transaction up to the signing of the contract with our chosen location, Colliers have been very accommodating and always ensure that client needs are satisfied. They always keep us updated on the status of whatever information or request that we may have. Even after we have signed the contract, they still accommodate our queries and assist us. Greatly recommended definitely!"

- DTN (formerly known as MeteoGroup)

Services

Service Lines

Tenant Representation

Property Type

Office

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