The Manchester office of Colliers International has recruited three graduates to logistics and industrial, office and corporate restructuring teams.
Robert Deacon has joined the corporate restructuring division and reports to director Richard Crompton. Deacon achieved an MSc in environmental planning from Liverpool John Moores University after graduating with a first class honours degree in real estate management.
Freddie Oakey has joined the logistics and industrial team reporting to director Julien Kenny-Levick after graduating in business property management from Sheffield Hallam University.
Rob Prescott graduated from Northumbria University with a degree in estate management. Prescott reports to Rupert Barron, director of national offices.
Andrew McFarlane, head of office, said: "At a time when research claims that more than 80 graduates are chasing every job and finding it very difficult to start a career, our strategy of focusing on quality continues to reap rewards as with the recruitment of such talented individuals as Rob, Freddie and Robert. We look forward to helping them to develop their potential and careers with Colliers International."