Member Since: 18th Oct 2017
Stephen Eyre Giderson, 43 years old, has been a business man for most of his adult life. From his experiences starting after graduating from the Business School of Sydney University, he has gained a great understanding of commercial challenges and business practices and is now bringing all his expertise into a culmination with Supercheap Storage as the Storage Facility Director for the Melbourne branch. Although Stephen enjoys working very much, he knows that he needs to work towards his end goal of creating a life filled with the travel, food and wine that he enjoys and with Supercheap Storage, he has his starting point.
You can count on Stephen to ensure that you are well versed with the options when it comes to getting your items into your storage unit. And trust us when we say that you’ll want to know all about our premium services which bring a team of AFRA (Australian Furniture Removalists’ Association) trained professionals together with your storage unit to ensure that everything is properly packed and loaded into the storage unit before everything is brought back to our facility.
Our self storage units themselves are something else that we are very proud of since we can offer you much more with them in comparison to our competitor’s storage containers. We encourage our customers to visit and view our storage units to get a better idea of just how much dryer and cleaner the insides of our storage pods are.
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It is toward every business' disadvantage if it fails to utilize technology in any way possible to run its operations especially in providing the best customer experience. There are countless different methods to incorporate technology which helps to provide various solutions to common issues in business practices. Without proper implementation, resources could be wasted just like that.
Wow, I didn't know that businesses could be subjected to punishment should they be retaining false info of customers. Some businesses do have long-term customers who are perhaps idle at the current moment like a health salon or even a gym. It could be tough getting them to update their personal records if they do not intend to return for recurring services.
With the amount of technology in the market these days, I reckon that it would be very easy to gather mobile data on customer usage and preferences if the customer is willing to allow their data to be collected and held in storage for analysis. Everybody holds a phone, and it would be easy enough to create a service where customer experience can be collated as long as data outside of usage patterns are kept private and secure.
Honestly, what drives the success of a business unit? At the end of the day, it is the consumers who actually help businesses to see progress day by day. Without support from end consumers, there really isn't nothing that business owners can eventually rely on to help them see growth and reap success.
I would say that in order to have a successful business, you've either got to have one winning idea or a lot of money to back your company until it can actually start making money! When I bought my self storage business and started selling storage services, honestly I had to make sure I set myself a budget so I know when to cut my losses and make a move! Everyone wants to be successful but not everyone will be, and that's when you need to know when to stop deluding yourself.
You'd think that with technology and the internet being around for what seems like so long, that a lot of these problems like storage and security would have caught up to the demands of the using public. It just seems like everything needs a bit of refinement so that it matches up and finds an equilibrium. And in the meantime, there are bad people who are trying to exploit those holes and cause problems when it comes to privacy and security and those other issues you're talking about!