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Colliers Int'l Promotes Kratz, Scott

Florida Firm Names New President, Sr Exec Managing Director
January 3, 2013


Ryan Kratz and John Scott

Colliers International Tampa Bay, Central and Southwest Florida has named Ryan Kratz as president and John K. Scott as senior executive managing director.

Kratz formerly served as executive managing director of brokerage, marketing and operations. Scott formerly held the title of executive vice president of property management. The duo has worked with Lee Arnold, the company's Chairman and CEO, to realize 21 percent revenue growth at the company over the past two years while adding 21 employees including 11 brokers and 6 marketing specialists during the same time period, according to a company release.

Kratz joined the firm in 2010 from NorthMarq. In his new role he will be responsible for strategic and day-to-day operations, building on his ability to lead a wide range of projects and initiatives. Kratz received his MBA with honors from the Harvard Business School.

Scott joined Colliers from Cushman & Wakefield a year ago, and is now responsible for more than 8 million square feet of property under management. Additionally, Scott is a leading expert on sustainability in commercial management, having served as Chair of the BOMA International Sustainability and Market Initiative Task Force.

"Our company succeeds because of our talented professionals," said Arnold. "Ryan and John do a tremendous job working with me to lead a group that keeps quality of service high as we continue to grow." Arnold will continue to manage the company while focusing more on business development, client service and long-term company initiatives.

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