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The “Fresh Start” Company Welcomes Tammy Biggerstaff, Director of Sales and Marketing; Richard Ortiz, Director of Client Relations; and Kevin Jones, Director of Compliance and Training
911 Restoration, the “Fresh Start” Company, today announced the addition of three new members to the franchise brand’s executive team. Tammy Biggerstaff, Richard Ortiz, and Kevin Jones join 911 Restoration as the newest directors of sales and marketing, client relations, and compliance and training, respectively.
This year has broken records for the highest number of weather and climate disaster events with losses over $1 billion.
Flooding, severe storms and Hurricane Idalia made up costs for over half of the total number of disasters this year.
Execution — Results are important. A good leader will be able to balance the emotional intelligence, the empathy, transparency, and honesty that are required to be an effective leader, and will still maintain a productive attitude to get things done.
Aspart of our series called “Five Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective C-Suite Executive,” we had the pleasure of interviewing Miri Offir, CEO of 911 Restoration.
This past year, 2023, has seen record-breaking amounts of large-scale natural disasters caused by weather or climate in the United States, with each disaster averaging total losses of over $1 billion. As the state of insurance coverage continues to pose questions for homeowners, with some states increasing prices and others pulling out of states entirely, now more than ever, property owners are unsure what damage recovery will look like when disaster strikes. As a necessary component of the recovery process during water and fire disasters, restoration companies remain at the forefront of damage remediation and, as a result, are impacted by this unexpected movement from insurance partners.
Damage restoration and insurance go hand in hand when providing clients with remediation services—offering them a fresh start in a rapid and efficient way. During times of uncertainty, it’s more important than ever for restoration professionals to prioritize the creation of a mutually beneficial partnership with local insurance companies, adjusters, or agents.