UK: The 2016 Serviced Apartment Summit Europe will be the biggest yet and features the most comprehensive programme in the event's history.
Leading hospitality publisher and conference organiser
International Hospitality Media is delighted to announce that the
2016 Serviced Apartment Summit will be the biggest
Taking place on July 12 and 13 at the Park Plaza Victoria in London, the event will feature more than 80 top industry speakers.
The comprehensive seminar programme will feature a host of Institute of Travel Management and Meetings travel buyers; British Hospitality Association; Institute of Hospitality; Association of Serviced Apartment Providers; Corporate Housing Providers Association; Hotel Booking Agents Association, European Relocation Association; Association of Relocation Providers and European Holiday Home Association members doing business whilst debating the opportunities and challenges facing the sector.
Topics to be covered include owning and operating, design, recruitment, finance, planning, investment, technology, sales and marketing, short term rental, travel buying, relocation and much more.
New for 2016 is a concurrent event - Short-Term Rentalz, which focuses on the burgeoning short term rental sector and its potential synergies with the serviced apartment and extended stay market, and the opportunities and challenges faced as the hospitality sector broadens as a whole. Delegates can attend the two concurrent events for the price of one ticket.
International Hospitality Media head of sales Katie Houghton said: "We are delighted with the breadth and scope of this year's Summit. The serviced apartment sector is growing and evolving at a great pace and we have ensured that the Summit does the same, in order to give delegates an unparalleled networking and learning opportunity. We look forward to welcoming many hospitality and travel trade association members to the Summit, which will be an event to remember."
The sold out exhibitor area at the event includes: The Ascott Ltd; Bespoke Residences; BridgeStreet Global Hospitality; Frasers Hospitality; HVS; Adagio Aparthotels; WWstay; Adina Apartment Hotels; Colliers International; Grange Hotels; JLL; Katten Law; StayCity; YAYS; Staybridge Suites; SACO; Avvio; Bed Factory; Guestline; Mattison Beds; Maxxton; New Book PMS; Quest Apartment Hotels; Property Recruitment Company; Software Answers; GFL sa; IDeaS Revenue Solutions; GuestRevu; Cyberware; Rentals Combined, Concept Textiles and more.