The September Business meeting for ASAP members has grown to become one of the key events of the membership year, bringing together a large number of members, partners and key speakers with the ASAP and ISAAP team ahead of the ASAP Convention in December.
2019 is to be no different.
The meeting, being held at the HAC in London on Monday the 23rd of September, will once again bring together ASAP members to interact, engage and debate the plans for the years ahead. Significant time has been invested following many hours of strategic meetings <read more>, and we encourage as many members as possible to register and get involved.
ASAP will be sharing the strategic plans, what the year ahead has in store, and will be looking for help and support to shape more effective communications enabling greater visibility across the sector which is to be an essential foundation for the future success of the Serviced Apartment industry.
James Foice, CEO comments: “We’re very excited about the next chapter of ASAP and the plans we have to not only differentiate our members but also the aspirations we have for the consumer to use our member organisations over the rogue operators we read about in the press almost daily. In order to realise these challenging and ambitious objectives, we need all our members help so I am encouraging as many representatives to attend as possible.”
The afternoon meeting will then be followed by an evening drinks reception which is so generously sponsored by ASAP Business Partner Katten Muchin Rosenman UK LLP. Diane Scott, Senior Hotels Consultant comments: “As part of Katten’s ongoing commitment to the Serviced Apartment Sector, and indeed to the hospitality industry in general, we are delighted to sponsor evening drinks at the ASAP Business meeting in September.”
The evening reception will offer the opportunity for ASAP Business Partners, who are an intrinsic part of ASAP’s success, to join us for networking and informal discussions. Registration for the event, which is always oversubscribed, is now open, and members and partners are being urged to secure their places as soon as possible.