The Apartment Service to publish industry report in spring

The seventh edition of the Global Serviced Apartments Industry Report (GSAIR) will be printed in spring. The report is a reference guide for corporate buyers, apartment operators and suppliers.

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The Apartment Service has announced that the 2018/19 edition of its Global Serviced Apartments Industry Report (GSAIR) will be published next spring, the seventh since its inception in 2008.

GSAIR: serviced apartment trends and insight

Research by The Apartment Service is underway on the next 20,000 plus word digest of trends, statistical data and insight into the world’s global extended stay market. The GSAIR is a reference guide for corporate buyers, apartment operators and suppliers to the sector.The new edition will provide an up-to-date picture of supply across the world’s regions with price comparisons between key cities.  The top serviced apartment brands will be profiled, while other new content will include features on the investment landscape and funding models, the evolution of the sector and the views of industry leaders on the short, medium and long-term prospects for serviced apartments.Mark Harris of Travel Intelligence Network (TIN), has worked closely with The Apartment Service and contributed towards, edited and project managed six editions of the GSAIR since 2008.
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“Our contributors grow in number with each edition”, said Charlie McCrow, CEO of The Apartment Service. “The 2018/19 edition will include perspectives from serviced apartment professionals in India, South America and Africa, as well as many other countries in which the extended stay sector is growing. Their thoughts and views will be complemented by the results of our surveys of buyers, operators and agents.”However, the door is open to further input, as McCrow added, “The GSAIR represents a consensus of informed opinion about the sector. Both, Mark and I would be delighted to hear from other industry professionals who also wish to contribute” Charlie McCrow can be contacted at and GSAIR contributing editor Mark Harris at 2018/19 edition can be pre-ordered, by sending an email with your details to Bard Vos via GSAIR@apartmentservice.comFor related news and features, visit our Serviced Apartments section.Relocate’s new Global Mobility Toolkit provides free information, practical advice and support for HR, global mobility managers and global teams operating overseas.Global Mobility Toolkit download factsheets resource centreAccess hundreds of global services and suppliers in our Online DirectoryClick to get to the Relocate Global Online Directory  

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