Strategic Group Welcomes New Vice-President of Development

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CALGARY , June 10, 2014 /CNW/ - Strategic Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Ken Toews to the position of Vice-President, Development. Reporting to Strategic Group CEO Riaz Mamdani , Toews will be responsible for directing and managing a wide variety of real-estate development projects at Strategic Group.

Strategic Group CEO Riaz Mamdani is looking forward to the contributions Mr. Toews will bring to the organization. "I am confident that Ken's unique perspectives and creativity will assist us in doing what others can't by seeing what others don't."

In addition to previous experience at Strategic Group, Toews was the Director of Development at a national real estate advisor firm. Toews has over 15 years of expertise in mixed-use development, including retail, office, hotel, residential and land development. He brings extensive expertise and leadership to Strategic Group and has worked on several high profile development and redevelopment projects in Calgary , including Garrison Woods and Currie Barracks. He is also an instructor of mixed use development at the University of Calgary .

About Strategic Group
With over $1 billion in assets and over 300 employees, Strategic Group is a fully integrated property owner, manager and developer of real estate as well as an investment company with investments and subsidiaries that span all major industries in North America .

Strategic Group fosters a corporate culture of entrepreneurship, creativity and unconventional approaches. The result - an always evolving, vertically integrated group of companies that encompass every step of the property process through business and real estate acquisition, financing, leasing, development, management and maintenance.

SOURCE Strategic Group

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Lauren Herschel
Director, Brand & Community - Strategic Group
Direct: 403.234.3231 / Mobile: 403.401.1577
Email: lherschel@strategicgroup.ca

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