Writing good articles takes practice and effort. This morning I was reading the Financial Times and an article from Lucy Kellaway on how she used to do her interviews for the FT and the techniques she used to get the answers she wanted. I don’t have the same items on my agenda as I am […]
How many apps do you currently have in your smartphone? Of those, how many do you use on a daily basis? One of the main issues with software for management of residential communities is the difficulty to engage all community users. As powerful as a solution may be, it is always a challenge to get
A recent report in Spanish by real estate firm Savills Aguirre Newman highlighted the growth of the property market in Malaga, Spain. This is the province where Urbytus is based and where most of our users live.
Letterboxes full of junk mail. Important notifications going missing. How do I tell my neighbour that his dog is digging holes in our gardens? Endless general meetings, but very little progress. Does your residential community use software to tackle these problems? There is no shortage of options available in the market. Free or premium; for
The world of property management software has been traditionally slow to adopt new technologies. Is this necessarily a bad thing, though? Once the dust settles, it is probably easier to see which technological advancements worked and which ones didn’t. With the onset of Uber-like platforms, different sectors have seen apps take over the work of
Paper is used extensively in homes and around urbanisations for cleaning, printing, communication, packing and much more. But paper manufacture is a huge drain on the world’s forests, not to mention a high user of energy and a polluting manufacturing process. Using recycled paper and recycling the paper you do use is important to minimizing
Have you lost any TV channels on your urbanization? As a community president in Spain you are probably fielding all the enquiries from the owners so we thought we’d give you an update you can share. As the president of my community, I have been lucky enough that through our community website, I’ve been able
Not having post delivered, or mail going missing can cause big problems for Community Presidents and Owners. To protect owners there are a number of legislations which specify what kind of mailbox each community needs to have and where they should be. Below is an overview of the rules and regulations.
After five years of serious hard work, blood, sweat and a few tears along the way, Urbytus has been selected as one of the few start-up companies who get to attend the Emtech Spain conference (MIT’s Technology Review) this Thursday and Friday 22/23 November 2012.
Malaga prides itself on being part of the International Project of Smart Cities and is ranked 1st in the top 5 smart cities in Spain. The key goals for Malaga Smart City are to reduce CO2 emissions, increase energy efficiency and increase the use of renewable energy to become a more sustainable city. The project