ASAP looks to offload accreditation arm

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UK: The Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP) is “seeking expressions of interest” to turn accreditation body ISAAP into an independent organisation.

ASAP says it has made the decision to go to market to explore levels of interest from other accreditation organisations in taking on The International Serviced Accommodation Accreditation Process (ISAAP).

James Foice, ASAP CEO, said: “I am immensely proud of what we have achieved over the last nine years and I am sure that this separation will remove any potential conflicts of interest we may face as we grow. As an independent but mutually supportive entity, ASAP can now objectively collaborate with our global partners to set standards and continue to improve the quality and service product for our customers, right across the accommodation industry. A greater choice of assessment bodies will also bring healthy competition, driving up standards and making recognised and approved accreditation products a prerequisite globally.”

ASAP is “seeking expressions of interest from any parties and organisations that may be interested in taking ISAAP forward to its next stage of evolution”.


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