His creative methods helped morph Beats by Dre headphones into a $1.1 billion company. He helped spearhead a viral social media campaign for the movie Straight Outta Compton that had much of the nation creating personalized memes inspired by the film.
And on Sept. 12, Omar Johnson enlightened Entrata Summit 2018 attendees with insights that could improve multifamily marketing in a keynote session in Park City, Utah. The marketing executive, who also utilized his outside-the-box approach to serve as a boon to the product development of Coca-Cola, Nike, Kraft Foods and others, shared how Beats became an international phenomenon and encouraged apartment professionals to dedicate increased focus on the emotional cravings of their residents and prospects. continue
In the opening keynote of Entrata’s 2018 Summit, CEO Dave Bateman and President Chase Harrington announced partnerships with Google, IBM Watson and a generally available integration with Amazon Alexa:
It’s September. The air is cooling, lending crisp edges to warm days. Pumpkin spiced is sneaking back onto menus everywhere. Football season is underway. And students have returned to their classes. If you work in student housing, that means you’ve just survived some of the most critical days of the calendar year.
Rather than taking a well-deserved rest, we think the days and weeks following turn are an ideal time to review processes and evaluate technologies. So Entrata brought together Student Housing experts from Aspen Heights, CA Ventures, and The Collier Companies at the Summit in Park City to do just that. continue
Many companies believe they are providing superior customer experiences because they hit the mark on several key touch points. But what if many of those touch points are actually myths?
Luke Williams examined that concept at the Entrata Summit 2018 in Park City, Utah, offering a divergent perspective for apartment-industry professionals who generally subscribe to a series of service-related myths. The Head of CX and Thought Leadership at Qualtrics outlined six customer experience (CX) myths that often befall businesses and cause damage to their brands.
“People believe myths because they often tread on truths,” Williams said. “I aim to define a line in the universe between the things that are true and not true.”
Also a New York Times bestselling author, Williams imparted ideas to conquer these myths and provided the multifamily-rich audience with outside-the-box thoughts for how to approach CX in the industry. continue
Each year at the Summit, Entrata shares the spotlight with an organization that is doing the work of making our world a better place. We share their stories and make donations in the name of our clients and Summit attendees.
This year, our efforts are tripled, and the Summit giving initiative covers three unique and powerful organizations. They include: continue
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Deconstructing consumer behavior really comes down to one thing – perception of value.
Unfortunately, that one thing is more complicated than it sounds. There are an endless number of perceptions from a seemingly endless variety of prospective renters and residents. That’s why apartment owner/operators who navigate the consumer behavior maze most effectively and efficiently win residents at higher rents and for longer lease terms than their competitors. continue
Most millennials can hardly remember a time when they didn’t have the power of a supercomputer in the palms of their hands. Some members of Generation Z might not even know what a payphone looks like.
What members of these generations do know and remember is that technology, learning and culture make life greater. If they can get those things at work, that’s even better. Today, a growing number of employers are beginning to use technology, learning and culture as employment perks that help them hire and retain the best from these generations, according to the panelists on the How Entrata Can Help You Hire and Retain Employees session at the 2017 Entrata Summit in Park City, Utah.
Entrata has once again partnered with Shelters to Shutters to help raise money to relieve homelessness in our communities. At last year’s Summit, attendees heard firsthand the heartfelt story of Odessa Moore, a participant in Shelters to Shutters’ program to transition individuals from homelessness to economic self sufficiency. There was not a dry eye in the room as she told of the hope, confidence and stability the program provided to her and her family. continue
Creating ancillary income can be a slippery slope. You can produce extra revenue by assessing fees to your residents, but you have to walk a fine line to avoid alienating them with fees they might interpret as frivolous.
Residents understand that they’ll probably have to pay pet rent, a fee for extra storage or a little extra for a covered parking spot. But, they don’t want to feel nickel and dimed with extraneous fees they believe should be part of the rent. continue