UK: ShortTermRentalz and Serviced Apartment News are delighted to announce that they will be supporting partners for The Altos: 2021 Global Corporate Home Awards, organised by flexible furnished housing company AltoVita.
AltoVita, which seeks to deliver cloud-based enterprise software with a human-centric approach, has announced that entries are open for The Altos: 2021 Global Corporate Home Awards.
The awards, now in their second year, are open for entries until 22 October 2021, with the awards ceremony taking place on 2 December in London, held in partnership with STRz and SAN.
The awards will be judged by a range of industry experts, including George Westwell, former CEO at Cheval Collection; Simon Lehmann, CEO and co-founder of AJL Atelier; Chantal Noble Haldorsen, VC lead at Certares; Richard Moseley, director of Global Hotel Partnerships at TripActions; and Mary Ann Passi, CEO at Corporate Housing Providers Association.
The Individual Hospitality Operator Award will be voted for by the public.
Award categories include:
- Best Home Design
- Best Sustainability and CSR Initiatives
- Best Innovative Use of Technology
- Excellence in Safety & Security, sponsored by Breezeway
- Best Family-Friendly Home
- Best Work-from-Anywhere Home
- Diversity & Inclusion Award
- Best Hospitality Operator Company North America, sponsored by SUPERHOG
- Best Hospitality Operator Company Europe
- Best Hospitality Operator Company Middle East & Africa
- Best Hospitality OperatorCompany APAC
- Best Hospitality Operator Company LATAM
- Best Individual Hospitality Operator of the Year, sponsored by AltoVita
Vivi Cahyadi Himmel, CEO and co-founder at AltoVita, said: “We created the awards as an opportunity for hospitality operators to recognise their colleagues and organisations, and to celebrate innovation and those excelling in this unique sector. We look forward to celebrating the exceptional work of our sector by honouring technologists and asset operators in the hospitality sector across the globe.”
Karolina Saviova, COO and co-founder at AltoVita, said: “Now in its second year, our Corporate Home Awards, aptly named ‘The Altos’, bring teams together to celebrate excellent use of technology, CSR initiatives, home designs, and those leading the way in the corporate home industry. We’re proud to be playing our part in showcasing the vast array of talent in the corporate accommodation sector.”
The 2020 awards recognised a range of companies and individuals, including The Luxe Nomad, Oasis, Sweet Inn, and UnderTheDoormat.
The 2021 awards are now open and more information is available here.
Founded in 2018 with the aim to make the relocation experience seamless and stress-free, AltoVita’s enterprise software is designed to enable employees and relocation companies to source verified and vetted accommodation, while saving cost and enhancing the client-experience. The platform also serves digital nomads and employees seeking high-quality ‘work from anywhere’ accommodation.
AltoVita’s fast-growing global footprint currently spans 165 countries and 956 cities. It is headquartered in London, with regional offices in Singapore and Dallas, Texas.
Earlier this year, AltoVita won the Shortyz award for ‘Best corporate accommodation booking channel’, while Saviova came away with the top accolade in the Rising Star category, and at the 2021 Serviced Apartment Awards last month, the company secured the awards for ‘Best Apartment Agent, RMC or TMC’ and ‘Best short-term rental platform / provider’.