Investa Office (“Investa”) has added four new Investa buildings in Sydney and Melbourne to its national Tenant Engagement Program, known as INSITE, which continues to drive its tenant retention strategy. 

Formal launches of INSITE were held this month at 135 King Street, co-joined buildings 133 Castlereagh Street and 222 Pitt Street, and 201 Kent Street, Sydney and 567 Collins Street, Melbourne.  The program aims to engage the broader tenant population working in Investa buildings and create stronger links between building occupants and Investa’s Asset Service teams.

Through INSITE, Investa tenants can access a range of time saving services, selected on the basis of providing greater convenience or adding value to their role or business operations. Services include dry cleaning, tailoring, VIP client meet-and-greet, airport transfers, meeting rooms and catering. The portal also provides a social networking component, where tenants can post feedback or use the platform to establish and co-ordinate their own groups and meet-ups for anything from running to yoga to networking. Building-specific news and announcements, environmental performance data and bespoke offers and promotions will also be available.

INSITE will also provide a series of in-building entertainment and fundraising events throughout the year where tenants can socialise with colleagues and network with others in the building – these include Melbourne Cup, Christmas and an upcoming Rugby World Cup event, where tenants will be able to test their goal kicking skills in a simulated football field environment. Special dates such as Anzac Day and Remembrance Day are marked in the buildings with organised fundraising activities.

11 Investa buildings were piloted in April this year, and now the INSITE program has 15 buildings onboard nationally.  Visit insite.investa.com.au or watch video INSITE Tenant Portal