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Chris Dibble | Colliers

Chris Dibble

Director | Research & Communications

Research and Communications

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About

Professional Summary

Chris Dibble oversees the delivery of award-winning research reports, PR and Communications for Colliers International New Zealand. With over 13 years of experience and university qualifications in economics, geography, marketing and property, Chris has a  multi-disciplinary approach that assists a broad range of clients in their strategic decision making. Chris is a regular presenter and market commentator with an extensive network of media contacts to discuss the latest insights on current and future property trends. Chris also works with in-house and external writers to curate an audience-focused content delivery strategy for Colliers.

Accomplishments

Colliers Awards:
■ MVP Professional Services Award 2014
■ Marketer of the Year 2015
■ Directors Award 2016
■ Team of the Year - Business & Professional Services 2016

 

Education

Waikato University, BSocSci - Econ & Geo

Waikato University, PG DIP - Marketing

Massey University, PG Dip - Property

University of Auckland, Certificate - Digital Marketing Strategy

Memberships & Involvements

MPINZ

Services

Service Lines

Research

Property Type

Industrial, Land, Office, Retail

Featured Research

6 Sep 2021

Talking Points: Real Estate Update | 7 September 2021

Investment opportunities across Asia Pacific, the rebound of property markets in the Philippines amidst GDP growth, the industrial outlook in Australia and New Zealand, and more.
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16 Aug 2021

Fortnightly Real Estate Update | 16 August 2021

Opportunities in Singapore's retail sector; leasing trends of business parks in Beijing; the state of Australia's office sector; and a recap of Colliers' sentiment surveys for investors in New Zealand. Learn more here.
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4 Aug 2021

Fortnightly Real Estate Update | 4 August 2021

Investment sales in Singapore; opportunities in Australia's industrial and logistics sector; leasing trends in Taiwan's office market; and the overall outlook for the Philippines and East China property. Learn more here.
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