Scottsdale, Arizona, September 29, 2017 (Newswire) – Multifamily Leadership announced more great sessions and top executive speakers. One session, “The Shared Economy’s Impact on Leasing,” will focus on leveraging the shared rental marketplace and providing solutions to some unanswered questions. Multifamily Executives will take the conversation from policing shared rentals to leveraging technology in order to have better control of their brand, their property, and their ability to increase revenue in this new marketplace. The shared economy is going to have an impact on Multifamily Operators; session attendees will find out exactly how and why.
The industry is already facing a steep increase in demand for apartment households, with experts estimating that some 4.6 million apartments will be required by 2030 due to population growth, immigration, and the ever-changing nature of lifestyle preferences. The Multifamily Leadership Summit will explore how Apartment Operators can position their company for success through innovation of the leasing experience and managing the apartment of the future. Multifamily Executive leaders understand that talent is their last real competitive advantage and leading companies must also innovate the leasing experience as it is one of the most important leading indicators of financial success.
The 2017 Multifamily Leadership Summit has secured top Multifamily Executive leaders and industry innovators: Eric R. Broughton (co-founder and CEO of ApartmentJet, a short-term rental platform for multifamily owners with vacant units), Erik Eccles (co-founder and CEO of UrbanDoor, a booking engine for serviced apartments using technology to manage the process and reduce risk), and Sean Conway (co-founder and CEO of Pillow, the first collaborative solution between Multifamily Property Owners and residents that opens the door to extra income), Mike Mueller (President of LeaseHawk who is taking flight with a new communications platform to elevate the leasing experience and offering business intelligence for multifamily management companies with the ability to audit the effectiveness of their marketing and employee performance).
“Companies have been measuring their resident satisfaction for years. One thing that has clearly emerged from this research is that the leading indicator for organizational success is the link between employee engagement and the resident experience,” explained Patrick Antrim, the founder and CEO of Multifamily Leadership.
The Multifamily Leadership Summit aims to build robust and sustainable leadership that focuses on long-term vision and innovation to enhance the leasing experience and manage the apartment of the future. Attendees can fast-track their success to leverage the best-in-class strategies to create great resident experiences, strong financial results, and increase employee engagement and satisfaction.
The Multifamily Leadership Summit will take place November 15th – 17th, at the Hilton Scottsdale Resort and Villas. Registration is already open and those interested in attending are advised to book early. The Summit, like no other event offered in Multifamily, allows the highest level Multifamily Executives to come together with their peers and design the future of Multifamily. Attendees travel with their families and enjoy all the benefits of the resort destination to hike, golf, wine taste, and explore more than 165 local restaurants. Attendees will soon discover that enjoying the great outdoors is part of the Scottsdale local way of life.
For more information about the Multifamily Leadership Summit, please visit http://www.multifamilyleadership.com. For media inquiries, please contact Patrick Antrim at (800) 803-8094 or email at [email protected]. News about the Summit can also be followed on Twitter using the hashtag #MFLSummit.
About the Multifamily Leadership Summit
The Multifamily Leadership Summit is a place where multifamily executive leaders come together to reinvision the leasing experience and design the future of multifamily. The Summit purposefully embraces fresh ideas and innovation within the apartment industry. For more information on this one-of-a-kind leadership summit, please visit the Multifamily Leadership Summit website.
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Scottsdale, Arizona, August 11, 2016 (Newswire.com) – The Multifamily Leadership Summit has invited top Multifamily Influencers to speak at its annual Leadership Summit coming to Scottsdale, Arizona December 6-8, 2016. There are many conferences centered on strategies to acquire new residents and drive financial results for owners through transactional operating activities and marketing, but at the Multifamily Leadership Summit, attendees will learn from top influencers about how to achieve all of that through people.
Join the Multifamily Industry’s Leading Experts:
Patrick Morin is an experienced CEO, strategist, and recognized thought leader on building high-performance organizations, especially those that want to be more sales and marketing driven. Patrick is a 15-year consulting principal and 2-time turnaround CEO. He’s a top-ranked executive trainer, speaker, and business columnist, experienced officer of a NYSE-traded company and private equity partner. Patrick is an Investment Banker with Transact Capital and specializes in middle-market companies with enterprise values of $5MM – $100MM.
Catherine Swaback oversees Alliance’s national marketing strategy, with a heavy focus in lease-up initiatives and planning. She leads the regional marketing strategists in providing expert-level assessment and tactical direction to their designated portfolios to increase occupancy and revenue, and drives marketing initiative roll-outs, training and adoption company-wide. Catherine’s background encompasses extensive multifamily and advertising agency experience.
Amy Smith currently serves as Vice Chair of the Arizona Multihousing Association (AMA) Board of Directors and Chair of the Tributes Committee. She also serves the National Apartment Association (NAA) as the Regional Vice President for Region 7. With 25 years of experience in the multifamily industry, Amy has learned to create a company culture based on trust, engagement and character. Her background encompasses all facets of management including strategic planning, leadership development, financial accountability, and property operations. She is passionate about facilitating others’ journeys in reaching their full potential as leaders.
Beth Tuttle strategically plans and executes Marketing and Branding for Lennar Multifamily Living at the corporate and site level. She is responsible for the LMC rebranding efforts as well as supporting pre-development, marketing and promotion, and developing leasing programs for a national portfolio of new construction projects.
Sheri Killingsworth is the Vice President of Marketing and Communications where her responsibilities encompass all facets of marketing and communications for the company’s conventional division, corporate branding management, employee engagement and retention, supplier partnerships and client services. Her specialties include brand identity, search marketing, reputation management, and leasing and marketing systems and processes.
Additional show highlights include:
- Special Sessions – The Multifamily Leadership Summit opens with high-level, forward-looking sessions designed to deliver leadership strategies to attract next generation renters, through inspiring next generation leaders. As CEOs and executive teams create culture and innovation around the resident experience, employee engagement is seen as a key driver to meet multiple challenges. There are bottom-line results to investing in engaging employees. The highly engaged employee will invest extra effort to create great resident experiences and support the mission and vision of Multifamily Operators. Attend the Multifamily Leadership Summit and learn from top Multifamily Influencers and their real world experience in developing and maintaining an engaged workforce.
- Best Places to Work Multifamily – Many of the event attendees include top management companies from 42 states and D.C. who are focused on increasing the value of their company, property, or portfolio with engaged teams. The Multifamily Leadership Summit will explore the most important data in Multifamily. We review the national Best Places to Work Benchmark data and reveal what best employers are offering, how they are attracting next generation leaders, and how to build great places to work.
- The Multifamily Mastermind — We collect the top minds together to help small and large multifamily operators discover valuable leadership practices designed to create great resident experiences and strong financial results while understanding the next generation workforce. Summit attendees walk away with actionable steps that drive financial performance, productivity, and effectiveness with Multifamily teams.
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About the Multifamily Leadership Summit
The Multifamily Leadership Summit is a premier event which takes place December 6th – 8th at the Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Multifamily Leadership Summit is the only conference that helps Apartment Professionals prepare Multifamily Leaders for the Future of Work, attract new leaders to the apartment industry, help multifamily operators get better with people, and recognize the Best Places to Work in Multifamily.
You should register to attend if:
You are a Leader of small or large teams, an Aspiring Leader, Asset Manager, Property Owner, CEO, COO, CMO, Talent Management Professional, Regional Manager, Vice President, Hiring Manager, Training & Marketing Professional, Brand Manager, and, or Marketing Teams. The event will provide you the opportunity to come together with visionaries from top management companies from 42 States and D.C. who are focused on increasing the value of their company, property, and portfolio with engaged teams.