Monthly Archive: July, 2015

Tips on Finding the Right Storage Company

If you are moving home it is a good idea to consider renting a storage unit throughout the duration of the move. With the extra space at your disposal, you will have an easier, less… Continue reading

How Staff Training Leads to Higher Occupancy Levels

Can something as simple as staff training really increase occupancy levels? At first, this might seem a little too good to be true, but bear with me for a moment while we start… Continue reading

Protected: Storing personal items in Self Storage

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Self Storage Management Services

As the self storage market becomes more competitive and consumers become more educated, professional management is becoming a defining feature for a successful self storage operation. Gone are the days of the ‘build… Continue reading

The Changing Face of Service Industries

When travelling locally and overseas I am always on the lookout for other service industries to see how they operate and how we can potentially use and adopt their best case practices into… Continue reading

Members in the Community: Timor-Leste Volunteer Service Abroad

Ever wondered what it would be like to pack up your things and head overseas for a year to live? Trevor and Alison Gatland decided to do just that when they signed up… Continue reading

Protected: What’s wrong with cars, boats & trailers?

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Protected: Revenue Management

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Protected: Implementing policies and procedures – Why they are important and how to best implement them

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