New online resource aims to connect unit owners with strata experts

Time poor unit owners, property managers and body corporate members now have the option of a new digital resource, claiming to improve industry transparency and provides seamless access to tradespeople, news and advice.

Company partner Grant Mifsud said: “Resort managers will be able to locate industry professionals for their specific needs within minutes. We wanted to offer more support to resort managers in providing them with interactive education tools that focus on new ways of thinking. We are encouraging resort managers to share expert advice with others on the site, in order to collaborate with a large consumer base which would otherwise be unavailable to them.”

Smart Strata, developed by Archers the Strata Professionals, provides users with available news, events and education tools, allowing unit owners to share cutting-edge knowledge and advice on strata living.

“Once a business is listed on our Industry Supplier Portal it becomes instantly accessible to more than two million unit dwellers across Australia.”

The portal gives businesses and tradespeople the option to upload their full list of services, business logo, images and links to their company’s website and social media pages. “Whether you’re looking to build your business portfolio, learn some handy new strata tips, or simply want to help others in the field, the Smart Strata database is a viable, free platform for giving or seeking expert advice,” he said.

 

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