Spain: Quartz Smart Events has announced Booking.com as the headline partner for the newly launched Short Stay Summit which is opening on Friday 8 November 2019 in Barcelona.
The Short Stay Summit is the latest addition to the growing Short Stay Show event portfolio which launched in London earlier this year.
The Short Stay Show portfolio is the leading event series dedicated to the emergent short-term accommodation industry.
In addition, the Summit is being supported by the lead association European Holiday Home Association [EHHA], the STAA [Short-Term Accommodation Association] and FEVITUR [Federación Española de Asociaciones de Viviendas y Apartamentos Turísticos] for the Spanish market.
The one-day show is expecting 300+ property owners, managers and investors who can enjoy conference sessions, expert speakers, networking zones and find the latest products and services in the Summit’s Marketplace.
Additional highlights of the Short Stay Summit include;
• Welcome Drinks Reception courtesy of Booking.com (Thursday 7 November)
• VrTech Global Meet Up (Thursday 7 November)
• EHHA European Holiday Home Awards (Friday 8 November)
• Annual European-wide EHHA General Assembly (Friday 8 November)
Speakers have already been confirmed from Booking.com, Airbnb, Google, Guesty, Awaze, Rentals United, Roomonitor, TripAdvisor Experiences, HomeAway and many more.
The full line up of exhibitors and speakers can be accessed at the website here.
Eric Bergaglia, head of Booking.com’s homes and apartments business segment, said: “Enabling connections and fostering positive partner relationships is fundamental to moving the industry forward and growing our businesses together.
“The Short Stay Show is one of the rare moments in the year when everyone from property managers to vendors to digital platforms like ours are afforded the opportunity to engage in meaningful conversation, learn from each other and share their feedback. We are very excited to continue our partnership with the Show as it brings key insights and intel to the short-term rental community,” he added.
Diane Lloyd, co-founder of the Short Stay Show, said, “Great things are achieved in collaboration and we are delighted to welcome Booking.com as our headline partner for this launch show. Booking.com is an international leader and it is great that we have their support as we create an exciting new format for the industry.
“The response to the launch has been fantastic and we are looking to build this new event into the calendar of the industry and make it an annual European event with our awesome partners,” she added.