MEA Business Awards 2022

25 Having a company you can trust on hand to provide valuations is priceless. Broll’s Valuation and Advisory Service offers professional advice on the valuation of land, buildings, plants, and machinery. The team’s Chartered Surveyors and Professional Valuers are registered with The South African Institute of Valuers and work to best practices set out by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). It counts companies such as Coca-Cola, Standard Chartered, and Sasol amongst its clients for these services. Obtaining and deciphering sector-specific industry intelligence has never been so valuable. And finding the right information can be critical. That’s where Broll’s Intel and Market Intelligence Service comes in. The company invests heavily in intel gathering to provide clients with all the details they need to make informed decisions. Broll’s in-house experts specialise in areas such as demographic analysis, feasibility studies, competitor analysis, and lease optimisation. They work with clients in the commercial, retail, and industrial sectors. Last but not least, is the company’s Technology and PropTech Solutions offering. The company’s own proprietary software in areas such as budgets, lease tracking, live reporting, and utilities management support users with day-to-day activities. Whilst Broll’s dedicated in-house team is on-hand to assist with business continuity, audits, data migration, security audits, and disaster recovery. Broll’s 200+ call centres work with support staff on the ground to address over 4,000 work requests and faults per month. As well as providing world-class services that lead to sustainable real estate success for its clients, Broll’s commitment to socioeconomic development and sustainability is impressive. Founded in 2002, the Broll Foundation is the corporate social responsibility arm of the group. Malcolm says, “We’re passionate about property, but also about the lives we touch in the process and the communities in which we operate. We support organisations that aim to improve the quality of life of those who need it most in the communities in which we operate.” Broll is also a promoter of sustainable economic growth and transformation, as well as a supporter of black-owned entities in the facilities management sector in South Africa. Across the Broll Group, 51% of entities are black-women owned, aligning with Broll’s commitments to employment equality, female empowerment, and socio-economic development. The company promotes youth employment and enterprise supplier development, too. Broll is a Level 1 contributor to B-BBEE in South Africa and has a Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) procurement recognition score of 135% - the highest possible score. Contact: Malcolm Horne (CEO) Company: Broll Property Group Web Address: Best Commercial Property Services Provider - Africa