Marybeth Webb

Marybeth Webb


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Professional Summary

I serve as vice president of Strategy and Innovation, Integrated Client Services, for Corporate Solutions with Colliers International. Delivering customized and innovative real estate solutions, I align corporate real estate strategies with each client’s core business imperatives.

One of my key strengths is the ability to collaborate with clients on transformational real estate initiatives that offer a competitive advantage and cost savings. I understand the significant impact real estate can have on shareholder and workforce satisfaction.

I bring 15 years of executive leadership at IBM Corporation, where I was responsible for the successful integration of over 20 software company acquisitions, totaling $16 billion. My merger and acquisition experience, combined with a strong technology background, allows me to deliver a high level of service to clients across all faces of their real estate assets.

I leverage the Colliers global services platform across 69 countries to serve my clients’ best interests. My access to Colliers’ top professionals in brokerage, property and asset management, lease administration, project management, and consulting and appraisal services is a distinct value-add for achieving financial returns and reducing risk for clients.

In an era where the real estate market regularly faces new challenges, clients benefit from the analytical and measurements-based style I bring to every project. I expertly balance the need to focus on culture and values with the need for data-driven operational processes that improve operational expense and capital allocation.

I attribute my success to a simple two-step strategy: (1) to build a collaborative, cross-functional team that recognizes the complexities of enterprise organizations, and (2) deliver solutions focused on measurable outcomes.

Prior to joining Colliers, I was with IBM Corporation for 15 years, where I held executive leadership roles in business development, analytics, and mergers and acquisitions. During my tenure, I was responsible for the integration of 20+ software company acquisitions, totaling $16 billion.

As vice president of IBM Strategic Partnerships, I created a corporate model for cloud and artificial intelligence transformation projects. As vice president of business analytics for Asia Pacific at IBM, I led teams in Shanghai and Singapore, serving key financial, manufacturing, and oil and gas clients.


  • Michigan Tech University, Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering
  • UCLA, Executive Management and Leadership Studies

Memberships & Involvements

  • Women in Technology (WITI)
  • Children of the Nations, an international organization dedicated to educating and feeding children in third-world countries


Corporate Transaction and Portfolio Management, Location Advisory and Incentives
Service Lines
Tenant Representation, Corporate Solutions
Property Types
Industrial, Office

My Team

My Team

Featured Research
Apr 16, 2020
2020 Q1 Greater Phoenix Industrial Market Report
Greater Phoenix industrial net absorption peaked over 1 MSF in Q1 2020. Projects under construction increased 3.7 MSF from the end of 2019 to 14.3 MSF, while delivering 2.2 MSF this quarter. Sales volume reached $833 million during Q1. Vacancy rate remained low at 7.6 percent.
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Feb 11, 2020
2019 Q4 Greater Phoenix Industrial Market Report
Greater Phoenix industrial net absorption was 1.64 million square feet in Q4 and over 5 million square feet for all of 2019. Projects under construction increased to 10.5 million square feet, from Q2’s high of 8.9 million, with rents up 5.1 percent over-the-year to $0.59 per square foot.
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Oct 11, 2019
2019 Q3 Greater Phoenix Industrial Market Report
The Greater Phoenix industrial market reports net absorption of 1.23 MSF in the third quarter and just over 3 MSF for all of 2019. Under construction projects also decreased to 7.9 MSF from Q2’s high of 8.9 MSF, with rents up 3.6 percent over-the-year to $0.57 per square foot.
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Featured News
Apr 21, 2020
1Q 2020 industrial market report highlights strength before shutdown
Greater Phoenix Industrial market could be poised for a surge in demand for warehouse/distribution space, reports Colliers in Arizona. The stay-at-home orders from the coronavirus pandemic forced more people to shop online. Those lasting habits will increase online retailer demand for distribution space.
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Feb 18, 2020
Phoenix industrial market maintains low vacancy
The Greater Phoenix industrial real estate market has a very healthy equilibrium in the midst of bringing millions of new square feet to its inventory, reports Colliers International. Vacancy remains below 10 percent after adding 6.4 MSF of new space in 2019, and 10.5 MSF under construction.
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Oct 16, 2019
Phoenix industrial market expected to keep robust pace
The Greater Phoenix industrial market remained strong through 3rd quarter, posting net absorption of approximately 1.23 MSF. Continued job growth has fueled leasing activity and construction of new developments. Colliers International forecasts the robust activity to continue through 2019.
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Jul 30, 2019
Phoenix industrial market heated up during second quarter 2019
Colliers International reports the Greater Phoenix industrial real estate market heated up substantially during second quarter, as the city continues to lead the country in population expansion and job growth. Businesses are expanding and relocating to the metro area, fueling demand for all types of commercial real estate, especially industrial.
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