Discover ways your building can use digital signage for successful tenant communication. From building announcements and leasing opportunities to community fitness and building events, customize your messaging to fit your property’s needs.
What’s the buzz about WELL? We’re here to give you a brief overview and assist you in beginning your WELL certification journey.
Lease renewal rates among renters have been climbing steadily since 2010, according to data from real estate analytics company RealPage, with renewals hitting all-time highs in 2020 amid COVID-fueled lockdowns. With new leads slowing, renewing existing leases going forward has become more important than ever. We’ve found a few creative ways to keep residents happy and boost renewal rates.
AdWeek: International Women’s Day – Captivate brings “Women in Business” content series to digital signage screens across North America
In celebration of International Women's Day, Captivate is bringing a ‘Women in Business’ content series to life on screen. Feature aims to celebrate and inspire women across the workforce.
How can multifamily buildings help advertise local businesses? A large part of consumer awareness is walk-by. As people are doing less window shopping due to restrictions, residential digital signage can give local businesses access to consumers while helping residents explore, discover, and support neighborhood shops.
As we expand into multifamily housing, we invite you to explore our featured buildings and portfolio. Providing multifamily digital displays where people not only work but where they live and play.
Captivate’s CEO Marc Kidd provides insight on the many professional and personal challenges (and sleepless nights) he faced during the uncharted waters of 2020.
While the trend to expand residential amenities in response to growing Millennial expectations was already on the rise, COVID-19 accelerated the pace drastically. While stuck at home, people want their home to be more than just living quarters, and this expectation is likely to outlive the pandemic.