Have you been hearing from the management team at some of your communities that they need help managing the “package situation?” Maybe they’ve mentioned having “package dread” once or twice and you couldn’t relate to the struggle? The issue is simple and, lucky for all, the solution is also simple and removes the on-site management team from having to interact with resident package deliveries at all.
Multifamily apartment communities are feeling the pressure of the explosive growth of e-commerce. To meet the needs of today’s residents, apartment communities have been going above and beyond to help accommodate the abundance of deliveries. Residents have high expectations of the retailers they shop from that they will receive speedy deliveries and the communities are struggling to keep up. Luckily there is now a better solution to the delivery dilemma for community managers.
Have you heard of “Package Dread”? This phenomenon is creating a lot of friction for many property managers. Being inundated by resident deliveries is distracting and costly. Fetch is fixing this problem by addressing the core of the issue and making your life easier.
We know the value of creating an epic culture and believe we’ve tapped into the 5 ways to protect what we’ve built as we continue to add new people. There’s no denying that we are accelerating fast in an industry ripe for disruption, which takes a lot of hard work and dedication. To ensure our team is staffed with a like-minded and diverse group of people to exceed our targets, we employ these 5 ideals.
Fetch was fortunate enough to exhibit at the NAA Apartmentalize 2019. What an impactful week to build meaningful relationships within the industry while introducing our white glove door-to-door package delivery service that helps fix a serious package problem for communities throughout the nation.
Sitting in front of an Excel sheet everyday can make some people go crazy. Including me. But it did give me a lot of time to daydream and think about businesses to start. I earned a finance degree from the University of Minnesota and worked in corporate finance for a while in MN before I moved to Dallas, TX in late 2015. Although I moved to TX for another finance job, I was looking for something to start on my own. Something to pour my blood, sweat, and tears into, and something I would be proud to call my own.