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Emily Thomas | Colliers | Cincinnati

Emily Thomas

Marketing Associate

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About

Professional Summary

Emily Thomas joined Colliers International as a Marketing Coordinator with the Greater Cincinnati office in 2021. Emily supports the Cincinnati Industrial Team and the I-75 Advantage Team  in serving developers, owners and occupiers in the acquisition and leasing of industrial spaces with various projects and assignments, including day-to-day marketing tasks.

Emily is a creative communicator with a strong attention to detail. She is well-versed in AP style writing and design mediums such as Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator. Emily has honed her skills working in various industries throughout her professional development, inlcuding television/entertainment, law and healthcare. 

Education

University of Florida

Bachelor of Science in Public Relations, Outside Concentration in Visual Arts

Memberships & Involvements

Emily has a passion for animals and has been a recurring kitten foster for the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast in Florida.

Emily is a strong advocate for resolving the environmental issues that plague the waterways of her hometown, and she has volunteered with local educational organizations to promote the cause.

Services

Skills

Digital Marketing

Property Type

Industrial

My Team

Featured Research

Jan 27, 2023

Dayton Industrial Report | Q4/2022

Dayton Industrial Reaching New Heights, What’s Next?
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Nov 7, 2022

Dayton Industrial Report | Q3/2022

After many years of being a forgotten market regarding the speculative building space, Dayton has come into its own.
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Featured News

Aug 13, 2022

Annual Colliers Picnic Recap

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Jul 14, 2022

Air Force Base Propels Dayton’s Office Market

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