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Damian Harrington

Head of EMEA Research

COLLIERS INTERNATIONAL EMEA HEADQUARTERS

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Contributors

Mark Charlton

Head of Research and Forecasting

Richard Divall

Head of Cross Border Capital Markets, EMEA

Andrew Hallisey

Executive Managing Director, Occupier Services EMEA

Chris Mclernon

Chief Executive Officer, EMEA

Tom Sleigh

Head of Flexible Workspace Consulting, Occupier Services EMEA

Mark Charlton

Head of Research and Forecasting

Richard Divall

Head of Cross Border Capital Markets, EMEA

Andrew Hallisey

Executive Managing Director, Occupier Services EMEA

Chris Mclernon

Chief Executive Officer, EMEA

Tom Sleigh

Head of Flexible Workspace Consulting, Occupier Services EMEA

Istvan Toth

Senior Data Scientist

Investment

Global Capital Diversification : Europe in Context - Quarter 1 2019

Les investisseurs institutionnels entendent renforcer leurs allocations en immobilier faisant ainsi émerger de nouvelles sources de capital. En 2018, les investisseurs globaux ont investi à hauteur (...)

Office

Office: Cities of influence - Q1 2018

We are delighted to launch version 2.0 of our marketleading series of European research, “Cities of Influence”. The new extended version of the series now covers (...)

Logistics

Global Industrial & logistics trends

Someone once said the world was flat. Although we know this not to be true, global trends are increasingly impacting the transportation, logistics, retail and capital (...)

Logistics

European Industrial & Logistics : Growing Global Linkages

In our previous paper, 'European Industrial & Logistics : A long-term view', we took a broad look at the key trends to effect Europe's logistics markets (...)

Office

European coworking users to double to 750,000 by 2022 - Colliers

The rapid development of coworking space in Europe should continue in the years to come, with 750,000 office staff, 50% more than now, working in such (...)