Sylwia Pędzińska to head of innovation, knowledge department at Colliers

Sylwia Pędzińska to head of innovation, knowledge department at Colliers

Published at: 2019-04-03 09:15 | Author: CIJEurope.com
Sylwia Pędzińska has been appointed head of the newly created Innovation & Knowledge Department at Colliers International Poland. In her new role, Pędzińska will be responsible for initiating, testing, managing and implementing new solutions at Colliers. Pędzińska joined Colliers International in 2004. Since then, she has been responsible for business operations. She assisted the managing partner and planned and supervised the work of teams in administration, human resources, IT, finance, accounting and law. One of Pędzińska's main tasks was to develop Colliers as a modern and innovative company. In terms of operations, she has also helped Colliers International develop its offices in Polish regional cities. In 2010, she joined the group of partners with whom she co-created Colliers International’s strategy in Poland and helped implement it. Pędzińska has been the director of the workplace innovation department since 2016.

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