The leading real estate consultancy in Serbia, in terms of revenue according to SBRA, CBS International and its global partner, the Cushman & Wakefield Group, have now officially confirmed their leading position according to the selection of the prominent magazine Euromoney, and have been recognized as the best in all categories of the competition.
CBS International triumphed in this year’s selection as the most successful company in its segment, winning the first place in all four categories:
Top Real Estate Advisor Overall
Top Valuation Consultant
Top Research Consultant
Especially interesting is the fact that this year’s worldwide winner, in the same categories, is the Cushman & Wakefield Group, CBS International global partner. This is yet another confirmation that international partners have combined local and global domination and crowned their perfect business cooperation in the best possible way.
The prominent international financial publication, the Euromoney magazine, for the 15th consecutive year has been organizing a vote in which readers, representatives of the top management of global corporations, financial institutions and reputable companies from more than 75 countries select the best consultants, investors and institutions in the local and global markets.
– I am proud that our company is the partner of the largest international and domestic clients in the realization of their important projects, so I see this award as a recognition of our continual efforts throughout the years to fulfil every request in a professional and dedicated manner. We are one of the few teams where the entire management has been working together for more than a decade. Thus the award confirms again the idea that everything is about people and a strong team spirit, and also clearly points us towards the path we will further continue to develop as our focus – said Dragan Radulović, Regional Managing Director of CBS International, which, in addition to Serbia, has also been improving its successful operations every year in the markets of Croatia, Montenegro and North Macedonia.