Approaching its second year, the Short Stay Show seeks to highlight the opportunities arising from the high-growth short stay industry and its disruption to the wider travel and hospitality market. It will again take place at London’s ExCel.
Joining the event on 12 March 2020, Booking.com, one of the world’s leading digital travel platforms, will lead the discussion on the opportunities and challenges within the industry by sharing insight from its global perspective and highlighting solutions for alternative accommodation providers around the world. With over 6 million listings in homes, apartments and unique places to stay, Booking.com has welcomed over 750 million guests in alternative accommodation since 2007 and is a global leader in accommodation.
Short Stay Show co-founder Diane Lloyd said: “We are over the moon to announce this partnership with Booking.com. Not only does it cement the premium offering of the Short Stay Show but it presents even more opportunity for those attending the show next year to learn from Booking.com’s two decades of experience in the industry and grow their offering to travellers.”
Aimed at owners, managers, and investors of short stay accommodation who are looking to start up and scale up their rental businesses, the Short Stay Show is on a mission to supercharge growth, commerce and connections across the entire sector.
Lloyd adds: “The short stay industry is the fastest-growing trend in the world of accommodation, hospitality, travel and tourism and to have one of the world’s largest travel brands championing our event is a huge step in encouraging face-to-face conversation on the opportunities available to all those looking to get ahead of this movement.”
For information on how to get involved with the 2020 show, visit the Short Stay Show event website here.