On-demand Masterclass Recorded on Thu 03 Sep, 2020
Would you like to grow your lettings portfolio and make landlords come to you? Watch this on-demand masterclass where the masterminds behind Kerfuffle and Spectre share their growth hacking secrets.
Prospecting Landlords is notoriously difficult and time-consuming, consequently it's an area where optimisation is much needed. Many agents are setting themselves apart from the rest of the herd using data available in the public realm. This is a must-watch webinar packed with practical and innovative tips to help you attract landlords and stay ahead of the competition.
Why you need to measure your clients' lifetime value
Harnessing the power of public data to identify high-value landlords
Which technologies can help you attract landlords
Disclaimer: All content presented in this webinar is intended for general information purposes only and should not be considered as legal advice or official guidance.
Heather Staff, Co-founder, Spectre
Heatheris the co-founder of Spectre, the leading prospecting tool for Estate Agents. Winner of ESTAS 2020 Best Instruction Generation Tool and Tech Company of the Year (Small) 2019 - Prolific North Tech Awards. Prior to co-founding Spectre, Heather was an Associate Director in KPMG's Global Turnaround team, working with some of the world's best known brands to achieve performance improvement. Heather has extensive family experience within estate agency. She recognises the vital role that agents play and is passionately committed to building technology that optimises and enhances their business.
Simon Whale, Chief kerfuffler, Kerfuffle
Simon has been a mainstay in the CRM space for agency for the last two decades. He was previously a director at Reapit where he helped them become the market leading provider before selling the business in 2017. In that time Simon has built strong relationships with suppliers and agents which secures the very foundation of kerfuffle’s philosophy - 'bringing agents and suppliers together in a partnership that works for everyone'.