BRINGING NETWORKING BACK TO YOUR WORK LIFE
Housing Digital Socials are monthly online events that are free to attend for social housing professionals and HD members, to hear insights from our expert speakers and network with others who share a similar role to yourself.
Places are limited to 30 per social to ensure all attendees get the chance to meet in the breakout rooms and introduce themselves to the group.
Welcome & Networking:
Introduction from Chair and networking in breakout rooms
Each attendee is invited to give a 60 second ‘elevator’ introduction – which can include a short brief about their role, company, challenges they’ve faced, plans for the future and any recent good news.
1 x public sector organisation will be invited to give a 10 minute presentation (including option of video or keynote presentation) followed by a short Q&A.
1 x private sector organisation will be invited to give a 10 minute presentation (including option of video or keynote presentation) followed by a short Q&A.
Networking & Close:
Attendees will have the opportunity to talk one-on-one in breakout rooms.
SELECT YOUR SOCIAL
KEYNOTE 1: Daniel Miller, Head of Repairs & Maintenance - Eastlight Community Homes
Eastlight Community homes are delivering a successful programme of ‘Home MOTs’ for their customers. This has aided Eastlight to undertake a preventative maintenance programme which enables them to reduce the volume of visits they undertake to customers’ homes.
The strategy will help to improve the customer experience when not only delivering repairs & maintenance, but also tenancy engagement
KEYNOTE 2: Gary Rosier-Taylor, VP of Sales EMEA - Localz
KEYNOTE 3: David Cockayne, Sales Director - Oneserve
How seriously do suppliers and their customers take their business relationship and what is key to a successful relationship?
Whilst products will continually develop and change over the years, relationships with suppliers should remain strong and constant throughout. Oneserve take a partnership approach to working with their clients, providing an ongoing service that doesn't stop after their software has been purchased. How important is a strong customer/supplier relationship in the housing sector and what factors make for a long and happy relationship?