Canadian company Colliers India appoints Peush Jain as Managing Director for Office Services



Real estate consultant Colliers India on Thursday announced the appointment of Peush Jain as Managing Director of Office Services to strengthen its team and achieve higher growth.

Jain is an industry veteran and has worked for property consultant CBRE for more than 20 years, Colliers India said in a statement.

He has led businesses in office, retail, industrial and other real estate verticals.

Jain is an alumnus of Harvard Business School and holds a Masters in Strategy and Marketing from the International Management Institute (IMI) in New Delhi.

With his appointment, Colliers India said the company is further strengthening its team to establish itself as the preferred partner for the varied and ever-changing needs of its customers.

Ramesh Nair, CEO of Colliers India, said, “Poush will be responsible for scaling and expanding client relationships for our vertical office services across the country.

In November last year, Nair told PTI that Colliers India would hire at least 1,000 employees in 2022 to expand operations and achieve higher growth. At the time, the workforce of Colliers India was around 3,000 people.

Nair himself joined Colliers India as CEO in July last year. And over the past 12 months, Collier India has hired many experienced professionals, mainly from other international property consultancy firms.

Canadian company Colliers is one of the world’s leading real estate consultants. It is present in 62 countries with a total of 17,000 employees.

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