GoReport were delighted to network with the surveyors of the future and exhibit alongside many of our clients at this year’s Sava Residential Surveying Careers Fair.
The event held at the Coventry Building Society Arena on 24th March was attended by over 300 delegates and consisted of presentations running alongside the exhibition from leading employers and Technical Seminars giving new insights into the future of surveying.
The enthusiasm towards digital surveying from those progressing their career in the Residential Surveying sector was exciting to witness. GoReport’s CEO Gavin O’Neill and James Brook, Director of Novello Chartered Surveyors presented, “The Importance of Technology in supporting a growing Surveying Business – A Novello and GoReport case study.”
The presentation was well received, prompting a lively discussion and real practical advice on how to use digital data collection and reporting to accelerate growth and meet the commercial and quality challenges facing surveying in the 21st century.
GoReport CEO Gavin O’Neill commented: “The Sava conference and exhibition provided an excellent opportunity to bring together ambitious individuals looking to progress their career in residential surveying and a range of forward-thinking companies ready to embrace the next wave of talent. GoReport were thrilled to be part of the day and for the opportunity to showcase the role that digitisation has to play in the future of surveying. After two years of restrictions on face to face meetings it was fantastic to be able to network and exhibit alongside many of our customers who have successfully implemented the GoReport solution to achieve huge efficiency, quality and consistency gains throughout their business.”
If you are studying to become a qualified surveyor or interested in the profession, check out the following article The next generation of building surveyors, highlighting why adopting digital data collection and reporting is crucial in supporting your future work and includes some practical advice on how to get support from your current professor or future employer.