December 6th 2017 One Great George Street, London &
December 7th 2017 155, Bishopsgate London

As the largest gathering of serviced apartment professionals in Europe, the ASAP Convention is the flagship event for the serviced apartment sector. Now in its eighth year, the 2017 Convention will be help over two days, reflecting the success of the event and the continued growth of the association.

We are delighted to announce that confirmed delegates have booked from more than 120 companies, the up-to-date list of companies can be found here.

You can book your own or colleagues’ attendance at the event, including the gala dinner at which the ASAP Serviced Apartment Awards 2017 will be announced, on the dedicated convention website.

ASAP is delighted to introduce Cathy O’Dowd as our keynote speaker for the 2017 ASAP Convention.

Cathy is the first woman in the world to climb Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain, from both its north and south sides. Her first ascent of Everest happened in the midst of the chaotic events that form of the basis of the ‘true story’ behind the 2015 Hollywood movie Everest.

The years Cathy spent on or around Everest were for her a degree ‘in living’. The insights she discovered about herself, and about individuals and teams under intense stress in the face of overwhelming challenge, are ones she has been sharing with her corporate audiences ever since.

Her stories touch on themes of importance to anyone trying to run successful projects and get the best out of people. She has been a professional speaker for nearly 20 years and has presented her message to companies in over 40 countries on six continents.  Join an expedition with Cathy O’Dowd as she shares her stories about leading teams and executing plans in high-risk, high-stress environments, while striving for big goals. Learn why plans fail and how teams crumble, and discover the key tools that ensure you will get to the top.

Cathy remains an active adventurer and was most recently part of the team that did the first ascent of Nanga Parbat via the Mazeno ridge.

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