*Sponsored content from Repair My Home.

Repair My Home

Repair My Home is an online platform that connects SME trade businesses with some of the largest housing providers across the South East of England. It’s powered by Mears Group PLC and uses technology that makes connecting with public sector housing providers simple and efficient.

Users have the ability to access work from the public sector without the hassle of navigating through complicated public sector procurement processes. It’s completely free to use for contractors who are then able to bid on only the work they want, in the locations they want and at the times they want.

Access to public sector work from some of the largest housing providers also means SMEs are open to growth opportunities that may not otherwise be open to them, creating local jobs. The portal will also provide free digital training to SMEs in areas such as customer service, managing apprenticeships, HR and Health and Safety.

An online webinar will be hosted by Repair My Home on 31 January at 10am for anyone who wants to learn more about the platform and ask questions.

Stewart Little, Repair My Home lead from Mears commented:

“We understand the importance of improving property management opportunities for local trades specialists, property managers and residents which is why we’re proud to have recently launched Repair My Home.

“We have worked tirelessly to create this free and easy-to-use platform that offers SMEs the ability to search and bid for work from large public sector bodies and housing providers without the need to follow complex procurement processes.

“With our expertise and backing of the Mears Group, Repair My Home will offer an innovative solution to repairs and maintenance delivery. We’re excited to see the benefits it has for SMEs and the local community.”

To learn more about Repair My Home and to watch a step-by-step tutorial on how it works, register here and join the webinar. If you’re SSIP registered you can also access work now by signing up here.

*Disclaimer: This blog post is sponsored content, which is independent of the FMB. Publication does not constitute endorsement or recommendation from the FMB.

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