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Acomodeo partners with ATG

News Story / 23 June 2020

Germany: Serviced apartment booking portal Acomodeo has partnered with leading international travel management company ATG

What next for Airbnb?

Feature / 04 May 2020

The effects of the coronavirus pandemic have been felt keenly across the hospitality sector, but nowhere more so than at Airbnb. SAN editor George Sell looks at how it has been affected and the potential implications for the serviced apartment sector.

Global inventory hits 1.25 million units

News Story / 27 March 2020

UK: The eighth edition of the Global Serviced Apartments Industry Report (GSAIR), estimates that worldwide serviced apartment supply has increased by 14.75 per cent since 2018 to 1,254,743 units.

Quest franchise partners with CEO Institute

News Story / 18 November 2019

Australia: A Quest Apartment Hotels franchisee in Perth has strengthened connections with the local business community, signing a partnership with the CEO Institute.

CAP Worldwide calls for consistent approach to accommodation accreditation

News Story / 15 November 2019

UK: Corporate accommodation booking agency CAP Worldwide has expressed its support for accreditors and assessors globally and stressed the need for "a new consistent global approach to accreditation for serviced apartments and corporate accommodation alternatives".

SAN hosts ENGAGE travel buyer event in London

News Story / 05 July 2019

UK: Serviced Apartment News brought together over 20 of the most influential corporate travel buyers to take part in the inaugural ENGAGE event this week.

Layton launches CAP Worldwide in London

News Story / 11 June 2019

UK: CAP Worldwide Serviced Apartments, a booking agency for the corporate market led by former Apartment Service director Jo Layton, launched last night in London.

Mental Health: the words corporate travel can't ignore in 2019

Blog Post / 24 December 2018

The 'always on' society, economic and job uncertainty, social media and the influence of the media, and rising expectations of employers of what life should be like are all contributing to the growth in mental health issues.

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