The Serviced Accommodation Podcast was setup to help you to start, systemise and scale your serviced accommodation business. Producing each episode is a team effort, with Chris and Ritchie supported by Chris Huskins and Oli Whitworth.
Chris started his career as a music producer, combining his two main strengths – the technical and the creative. After discovering life as an entrepreneur was even more creative than working in music, he focused on building and scaling fully systemised businesses. As Strategic Director of Trigoni Short Stay, Chris focuses on finding creative solutions to the technical and strategic challenges of building “Hands Off Hotels”, and other large scale Serviced Accommodation and development projects.
Ritchie was a certified mortgage advisor working for Nationwide, when he realised he didn’t want to be an employee for the rest of his life! Having seen a constant stream of homeowners and property investors in his job, his interest in property grew to the point where he decided to quit and become an entrepeneur, working alongside Chris. Ritchie’s passion is for creating and building relationships, and his focus within Trigoni Short Stay is to maintain relationships with the various strategic partners, investors, agents and sourcers that are so important to the business.
With a background in commercial radio, Chris Huskins always had a passion for audio. As podcasting became more popular in America, he took note and launched several podcasts while still working for Voice FM. Chris found being a pioneer in the UK podcasting scene more exciting than his radio job, and eventually quit in order to focus full time on creating and producing podcasts with his business Abrupt Audio. Chris brings a wealth of experience to The Serviced Accommodation Podcast, from recording and editing through to distribution and marketing.
Born to two professional musicians, Oli was surrounded by music from an early age, and a progression into sound recording seemed a natural step when he went to university. He began working on voice recordings during a placement at EA Games, where he recorded and edited the voice recordings for Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire computer game. As a freelance engineer, Oli spends his time working on music and voice projects from his base in Oxford.