Second Estate Managers Workshop on Nov 18th

Appartment Adda is organising its second workshop for estate managers on 18th November at Krishna Nibbana in Brookfields, Bengaluru. This time the focus is financial efficiency.

ApartmentAdda, a leading provider of online residential complex management software is holding its second workshop for estate managers on November 18th at Brooke Fields, Bengaluru. Timing: 9.30 AM – 4.30 PM.

The first workshop was held on 29th July 2010. There were presentations on sewage treatment plants, complaint Management, experiences of a new estate manager and liabilities of an estate Manager. Pic courtesy: Apartment Adda.

The workshop will be a full-day event, and this time the focus is on financial efficiency in a residential association. It will cover areas that an estate manager needs to be the master of – handling invoices, collecting dues, finding the right vendors, making payments to vendors, handling disputes, and how to make these easier using software.

The sharing of best practices by estate managers, which was well received in the first workshop will of course be present in this workshop as well.

In addition, a hands on training on the Accounting Package of ApartmentAdda will be imparted.

Gated communities have been rising as the preferred destination for homeseekers in Bengaluru over the last decade. They offer a structured space both for living in individual homes and as a community, with a variety of amenities – club houses, swimming pools, community centres, parks, and more.

With the popularity of gated communities on the rise, the demand for estate managers is equally gaining momentum. Estate managers are personnel with background in property/facility maintenance, with an aptitude for problem solving, customer relationship management, and civil maintenance. However opportunities for managers to equip themselves with necessary skills and continuously learn from experts and peers, are very few, if any.

Appartment Adda says it has started its series of workshops to help estate managers and aspiring estate managers. " Our focus is to have ApartmentAdda work as a platform for Estate Managers to share best practices, refine their skillsets, as well as learn to utilize technology for overall excellence " says, Sangeeta Banerjee, Co-founder of The firstEstate Manager Workshop was held on 29th July.

Registrations are open for the event at

Citizen Matters is a media partner for this workshop.

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