The combination of Airbnb and aparthotels has made a growing impact on the traditional corporate travel market, leading to operators such as (ASAP Quality Accredited Operator Member), Dublin-headquartered Staycity benefiting from the trend, especially among millennial workers, of business travellers looking for a home-from-home apartment close to offices and entertainment.

By 2020, Staycity will open many new apartments across Dublin, including 50 in Chancery Lane, 142 in Mark Street and 340 in Little Mary Street.

This article interviews CEO Tom Walsh, who says the group aims to have 1,500 keys in the capital and that Dublin is currently under-supplied, especially with the likelihood of European workers relocating post-Brexit.

The article goes on to discuss other happenings at the Business Travel Show, including Addison Lee’s fight-back against Uber.

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