Following the release of a Mobility article entitled qWhere Have All the Elders Gone?, q Daniel Bloom SCRP spent two years compiling a written history of the relocation industry. Just Get Me There takes the reader on a journey from the early days of the industry in the 1950's to the present day. Divided into four parts, the book looks at the journey through the years, the role of the real estate relocation departments, the evolution of the relocation policies, and the trends which will dictate whether the industry survives until the year 2020. Reviewed by some of the leaders of the industry, the preliminary response has been outstanding.Both organizations were responsible for setting the tariffs, which the moving companies use to charge their customers. to get its personal ... One advantage was that the broker did not have to spend an enormous amount of money on equipment. ... With the evolution of the brokerage concept, the groundwork was laid for many of the third- party relocation companies to eventually become moving brokers.
|Title||:||Just Get Me There|
|Author||:||Daniel T. Bloom|
|Publisher||:||Daniel Bloom and Associates - 2005|