The beginning of November also marks a vital time in our strategic marketing and public relations programming: it’s when we start planning for next year. While a lot of companies are focused on wrapping up 2018, we are digging into how to make 2019 even better for our clients.
Reputation management is a public activity and it requires the same attention that a media response would require. You are, after all, making a public statement and don’t want to harm your reputation while trying to manage it. To do that effectively, you need to collaborate with the experts in your organization for several reasons.
For Matt Hawkins and his team at Lincoln Property-managed Woodview Heights in Chicago, the resident satisfaction game changer has been maintenance services powered by the community’s mobile app from Mobile Doorman.
There’s a reason some companies are successful and some companies struggle. It always starts with people. The foundation of the way those people interact is built on their company’s values. Whether they are officially named and celebrated or unspoken actions between different departments and levels within your organization, each company has a set of values. And in my opinion, they make or break you.
When it comes to launching smart-home initiatives, LMC’s Peter Chmielewski says apartment owner/operators should proceed carefully. In this recent units Magazine article, Chmielewski details the deliberate steps the company took when incorporating smart-home features into its new Marlowe community in Chicago. “It can take a long time to succeed but you can fail pretty quickly,” […]
Technology is the driving force behind successful business. As such, multifamily operators are often asking themselves whether it makes more sense to buy technologies from a supplier partner or to build the technology in-house.