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EweMove hoping to recruit Corona-converts to go hybrid

EweMove is this week hosting a webinar in a bid to win recruits to its hybrid model from agents who may have been converted to a new business model over the Coronavirus lockdown period.

“When we launched in 2013, we were mocked and derided as being back bedroom boys and girls because we believed in the hybrid model of agency. The thinking from our critics was that because our hybrid model meant our franchisees didn’t have to rely on a High Street office, they weren’t bona fide agents” explains EweMove managing director Nick Neill.

“We have successful franchisees who work from home, serviced offices and High Street locations. It’s the personality and drive, not the office setting that makes an agent successful. Because guess what? We’re all back bedroom boys and girls now under lockdown, aren’t we?” he adds.

“And over the years we’ve proved the doubters wrong. Many of our franchisees are still selling homes virtually and keeping in constant contact with their clients and communities during the lockdown.

“In the webinar, we’ll look at the type of agent we feel will be best suited and in prime position to succeed once the lockdown is eased and we return to the ‘new normal.’”

The Zoom event - this Thursday, May 14 at 11am - is called How to Unleash Your Potential When Lockdown Ends.

Poll: Has the lockdown made you determined to change your agency's business model?

PLACE YOUR VOTE BELOW

  • Mark Walmsley

    I’ve been looking at properties to purchase in North Devon and the quality and presentation of Ewemoves listings are standout. Best of luck with the webinar!

    Nick Neill

    Thanks Mark, that's great feedback to hear and our listings are just one aspect we strive to make stand-out every time, so glad you noticed! Cheers. Nick

     
  • Matthew Fine

    'We’re all back bedroom boys and girls now under lockdown, aren’t we?' Am i the only one who finds this statement crass.

    Nick Neill

    Morning Matthew - the context of the statement is one of general observation, in that the lock-down has leveled the operational nature of our businesses, as opposed to high streets, offices, working from home etc. It's certainly not an insensitive statement by any means.

     
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