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why great customer service is about the people helping people

If you work in any sort of customer-facing role, you care about your customers’ happiness; most people do….

fetch raises 18m in Series B Funding
Statesman
Austin-based Fetch, which provides a delivery solution for apartment managers and residents, said Tuesday that it has raised $18 million to expand its service. Iron Gate Capital and Pando Ventures led the Series B funding round and were joined by existing investors Signal Peak Ventures, Silverton Partners, Seamless and Venn Ventures. Fetch has raised a total of $32 million.
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As the unexpected ecommerce volume continues to climb, the package delivery industry feels the strain

A truckload of quarantine gym sets, home office equipment, and toilet paper  As the impact from COVID-19 continues…

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The Ultimate Guide to Changing your Shipping Address to your Fetch Address

What is a Fetch shipping address? You can think of your Fetch shipping address as a P.O. box…

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straight-to-door delivery without delay

At fetch package, we are dedicated to eliminating the stress of package retrieval for apartment residents. Our straight-to-the-door…

Yahoo Finance
Fetch continues to develop strategic partnerships with many of the largest property management and multifamily development companies in the US. Fetch, announced today a new partnership with Wood Residential Services as part of their National Preferred Vendor Program.
why delivery drives us

If you read our previous blog we’re not a dog walking company, you understand the path that led…

we’re not a dog walking company

After months of hard work, edits, more hard work, more edits (rinse and repeat 10x), we’ve officially launched…

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a positive path forward: top 5 takeaways from multifamily amenities in a post covid-19 world session 4

As we wrapped up our final session of the 4-part webinar series, Multifamily Amenities in a Post COVID-19…

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