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How Residential is becoming the new Retail Experience
October 8, 2020 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Consumer behavior in response to COVID has accelerated trends across numerous sectors, but none more so than retail and residential. The power of data, density, and access are powerful tools that can be used for residential property managers – and with more than 30 million multifamily homes in the United States; this represents a very large market that is changing quickly.Register here.
Join KP Reddy (MD Shadow Ventures), Everett Lynn (CEO, Amenify), and Daniel Kellmereit (previously CEO of Americas, Liganova and Global Board Member for Deutsche Telekom) to hear what the future intersection is between residential and retail, along with answers to questions like:
- What are the most dramatic changes to consumer behavior? Will this last?
- As an apartment manager, why do I care? What’s the impact to my bottom line?
- Is traditional retail going away with the rise of eCommerce?
- Why do residents seek out experiences? What is the value proposition
- What will the apartment living experience look like in four years?
Amenify, a Shadow Ventures portfolio company, is a platform that powers commerce in real estate buildings, starting with the $180B market for in-home services within multifamily residential.
Apartment operators install a marketplace for goods and services, which includes private teams for resident lifestyles: cleaning, private menu delivery for lunch and dinner, dog walking, chores, and more. Residents benefit from additional security, unique value, and concierge support.
Apartment operators benefit from increased revenue and an immediate decrease in operating expenses – and local pros benefit from eliminating customer acquisition cost and logistical inefficiencies. The company’s growth has been fueled by strategic investors which control 1.0+ million apartment homes in North America (source: Housingwire 2019).
Register today to see the platform in action on October 8th, at 3pm eastern.Register Here: