Savills is the Leading Real Estate Superbrand

By • Feb 28th, 2012 • Category: Company News

International real estate advisor Savills continues to lead the UK Business Superbrand charts in the real estate sector and ranks at number 79 in the overall league table of the top 500 business superbrands.

For over a decade Superbrands has brought together a panel of industry experts and over 1,600 business professionals to choose the UK’s strongest B2B brands, based on three key factors: quality, reliability and distinction. Co-ordinated by The Centre for Brand Analysis, the prestigious Business Superbrands list is drawn from over 10,000 independently identified brands, before being whittled down to a shortlist of just under 1,500, that are then judged by the expert panel and UK business professionals. Savills beat tough competition to take its place in the prestigious list and continues to top rivals Knight Frank, Strutt & Parker, Jones Lang La Salle and CBRE.

Jeremy Helsby, CEO of Savills, says: “As our brand continues to evolve throughout the world we are proud to offer our clients the highest levels of service. We will continue to strengthen our brand and maximise quality, reliability and distinction across our global platform.”

Stephen Cheliotis, Chairman of the Superbrands Expert Council, adds: “A truly super business brand exudes success, quality and innovation. It is a huge achievement that Savills has made the official top 500 list for 2012, as the Business Superbrands poll is the definitive list of the strongest business brands today.”

Savills is a leading global real estate service provider listed on the London Stock Exchange. The company, established in 1855, has a rich heritage and over 200 offices and associates throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa and the Middle East.

- Director - Kerstin was born in Switzerland and educated in various European countries. She joined her sister Alison in July 2005 after 15 years of selling high profile properties in and around Quinta do Lago.
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