Where do I plug my Tesla? Part 1 of Condo Disruption Series

If you think that disruption is only impacting taxi drivers and fast food workers, sorry folks, disruption is everywhere and that list includes changes that will impact the condo industry.  I recently worked for a ‘big-four’ accounting / consulting firm in Canada. As a casual outsider, you wouldn’t think they’d be a victim of “disruptive tendencies.” In the audit side of the accounting business, simple and time consuming tasks are being handled by folks in India for a fraction of what it would cost to pay a 25 year-old Canadian-based university grad. In the internal finance area, expenses are being monitored and patrolled by talent in Peru, and even graphic design for the marketing department (where I worked) was being handled by hipsters in Uruguay. Well, I imagine they were hipsters.    Read the article…………….


Related Articles

Government has no excuse for delaying consumer protection sections of new Condominium Act (ON)

With parts of the new Condominium Act coming into force next week, there is concern about important consumer protection sections

The New Information Certificates (ON)

The amendments to the Condominium Act, 1998, will result in much more frequent communications to the owners with valuable information

Barking dogs can also bite: condo corps may be on the hook for dog attacks on common property (Canada)

In most cases, cohabitation between condominium residents and “a man’s best friend” go without a hitch. Society has accepted that