Director, Head of Colliers360 Technology Services
Sarah Moran is the Colliers360 lead for Australia, facilitating the delivery of our in-house technology platform to clients so that they may strategically and pro-actively plan for the future of their portfolios with data driven decision making. This is enabled through Colliers360 custom dashboard analytics which Sarah delivers to her clients.
Throughout her career at Colliers which began in 2012 on the Graduate Program, Sarah has gained experience in several areas of the business.
Having managed a large commercial property portfolio, Sarah gained in-depth knowledge and understanding of landlord and tenant needs, building strong skills in client relationship, financial analysis, and lease negotiation.
Moving into Workplace Management Services, Sarah then transitioned clients into agile based working, challenging traditional workplace models to increase productivity and employee experience. This role was pivoted into the Project Lead for a major office building refurbishment as Sarah was able to advise with the end user employee experience in mind to ensure a successful project.
Taking on the role of QBE Account Manager following this project, Sarah oversaw the strategic direction of her client’s approach to property, working with the wider Occupier Services team to identify sites, negotiate leases and provide advice on fit out and space management programs to allow them to maximise efficiencies and save on cost.
2018 Colliers NSW Awards of Excellence Recipient for the "Outstanding Professional Service" Award
2012 Selected from over 100 applicants for the Colliers Scholarship Program while studying at University
2014: Certificate of Registration (Real Estate)
2013: B. Property Economics, University of Technology Sydney
2009: Higher School Certificate, St Vincent's College Potts Point (Vice Captain)
National Director, Enterprise Clients | Occupier Services
An accomplished real estate professional with over 18 years property experience in the areas of commercial, industrial and residential property management and corporate real estate portfolio and account management.
In April 2016, Colliers International were successfully appointed on the management of the Vodafone portfolio, consisting of over 4,000 sites nationwide. As the Account Director, I have account and operational oversight including accountability for:
- Delivery of tenure, transaction, property management, financial and lease administration services
- Implementation and management of Quality Management procedures and processes
- Management of the Service Delivery team
- Delivery of all operational reporting
To date, we have achieved savings of over $54M for our client (over the term of the leases) and have doubled the original Account team in size
In 2018, I transitioned into a 50/50 split between leading the Vodafone Account and leading operations for Occupier Services - a role where I continue to grow and learn and I thoroughly enjoy being a part of our Occupier Services team - Division of the Year 2017 & 2018
Managing Director | Occupier Services
Doug has over 30 years’ experience in occupier and institutional real estate and currently leads the Australian Occupier Services business at Colliers International. That comprises business specialising in occupier needs: tenant advisory, portfolio and transaction management and workplace management services. Doug's focus is on building long term strategic partnerships with major occupier clients and developing a highly coordinated approach to account management and delivering Real Estate solutions that align to business strategy.
Doug's extensive experience in Workplace Strategy, Property Management, Occupier Negotiations and Integrated Facilities Management and Account Management enables him to focus the considerable resources of the Occupier Services team to achieve measurable results for the clients he works with.
- Tenant Advisory
- Industrial Advisory
- Project Management
- Facilities Management
- Occupier Technology
- Workplace Management
- Account Management
- Integration of business units
- Occupier Research