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  • Short Term Rentals

    Short Stay Show highlights vibrant STA scene

    Property Tribes was delighted to attend the inaugural Short Stay Show at Excel in London yesterday.

    The show is the only event dedicated to the fastest growing trend in hospitality, property and technology.

    The show highlighted the vibrancy and health of the serviced accommodation industry and ecosystem with many of the key players, along with new up-starts, exhibiting in the market place area.

    It also attracted Government support with Kevin Hollinrake MP and Lord Bourne, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State role at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, taking to the "Premium" stage.

    The Short Stay Show was "powered" by the Short Term Accommodation Association.

    Overview of the event:

    1 x Lord

    2 x MPs

    3 x Stages of excellent content

    40+ Speakers

    40+ Exhibitors

    1,000+ Visitors

    Property Tribes caught up with Event Organiser, Diane Lloyd, to find out more about this landmark new event:

    Thank you very much to Diane for inviting Property Tribes to be involved in this landmark event.

    In the footer of this thread, you will find an interview with Merilee Karr, Chair of the Short Term Accommodation Association, discussing the rise and rise of the sector and the importance of the show.

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