COVID-19 has accelerated the forces affecting the moving industry and changed it in its own right, too. So what's next for the business? Following the release of FIDI's first state of the industry report, we get the thoughts of five leading figureheads.
With a Brexit deal having finally been reached end of December, the big question in the relocation industry now is: what does this mean for the international moving business? Watch our webinar to find out.
In part three of FIDI’s webinar series on navigating the challenges of COVID-19, we spoke to four movers about how the younger generation’s agility, social skills and connectivity are essential to creating successful businesses in the future - and the positive actions companies can take to bring these to the fore.
In part two of FIDI’s webinar series on navigating the challenges of COVID-19, we focused on best practices for moving companies as we prepared for working in the post-pandemic environment. The conversation focused on the disciplines of market leaders in areas such as finance, staff and supply chain, and how those measures can be translated in a smaller company environment to recover from the crisis and transform your business for the better.
In part one of FIDI’s webinar series on navigating the challenges of COVID-19, we spoke with key stakeholders of the international moving and relocation industry. They discussed different aspects of the COVID-19 crisis with a focus on how international movers and relocation companies should prepare for the future.
In part two, Sloane Brakeville, CEO of Fr8 Network, delved deeper into how this innovative "foundational" technology can help the relocation industry streamline its processes. He also offered a step-by-step action plan for the global mobility stakeholders who want to embark on such an ambitious adventure. Keywords are: organic growth; cooperation; standardization; engagement; transparency.
In part one of our webinar, Sloane Brakeville, CEO of Fr8 Network, briefly explained how blockchain works, the history behind it and the importance of standardisation in any blockchain-type project - using the examples of containers.
The 2019 FIDI Conference in Amsterdam was a big success, with over 600 attendees from all over the world congregating in the magnificent NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky right in the centre of the vibrant Dutch city. The programme was intense with high-level business sessions and hands-on workshops, but also offered a wide selection of fun and insightful tours. And even the sun came out to play!