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About Chris A. Allen

Award-Winning Author | Consultant | Veteran | Adventurer

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Chris A. Allen is a Director of the international Commercial Real Estate firm AllOffice.Space. He is the award-winning author of The Book on Toronto Real Estate and was named one of Toronto's Top 5 Veteran Entrepreneurs. Chris previously worked as a lobbyist, government policy adviser, decorated military veteran and an international adventurer.

Chris has been featured online and in multiple national news segments with CTV’s Kevin Newman, on business leadership, CBC regarding his philanthropic work and national coverage on Sun News Network, The Mirror, The National Post, CBC News and Yahoo! Finance.

Prior to his current position with AllOffice.Space Allen spent nearly 10 years with the Canadian Forces. A veteran of the Afghanistan mission he was awarded the General Campaign Star for service in South West Asia with LdSH(RC). He credits his service with having taught him the first hand meaning of loyalty, relationships, and results. Qualities he was able to carry with him into his business dealings.

In 2012 he teamed up with George Ross, Executive Vice President and Senior Council of the Trump organization, and star of the hit Television Show the Apprentice, when George became his strategic adviser. He has also worked with numerous professional athletes, music producers and celebrities including, The Weekend, Deadmau5, JT Foxx serial entrepreneur, radio personality and NY Times bestselling author Raymond Aaron.

Philanthropy remains a key component in Allen's pursuits. With a focus on youth Allen has sponsored multiple rep sports teams, mentored with Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Army Cadet League of Canada, fundraiser for both Scarborough Hospital and North York General Hospital, small business mentor and consultant with Futurprenure, and micro-financier providing no interest loans to aspiring young entrepreneurs.

 

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