With Simon Lehmann, AJL Consulting and Sebastien Grosjean – Founder & CEO at BookingSync and Smily
It is clear to us all that all travel and hospitality verticals have been strongly impacted by the current COVID-19 crisis. Everyone is trying their best to save their business and prepare for recovery. The short-term rental industry is expected to be one of the fastest recovering travel verticals, however, we all know that the landscape will have changed tremendously by the time bookings start to return. Watch below for one of our guest speakers, as part of the AJL Profitability Hub online conference, discuss emerging trends for the professional short-term rental industry.
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The vast majority of short-term rental property managers are using technology to support their business and be more efficient in their daily operations.
During this session, we will discuss a deep dive into BookingSync and have a closer look at how to make the most of your PMS.
Sebastien Grosjean is an entrepreneur and visionary and for over 15 years, he has mainly been a digital nomad.
Sebastien has founded more than 11 companies in four countries and within four industries, serving in positions such as marketing director, chief technical officer, and chief executive officer.
He founded BookingSync, which has disrupted the vacation rental management space with the introduction of channel management, an app centre, advanced yield management, a platform generator and more. Sebastien also manages a fully remote team spread over 17 countries. His strong expertise in travel, automation, and connecting systems has made BookingSync and now Smily into a reference platform due to its ease of use, APIs and integrations.
Sebastien is also known for his collaborations with the largest players in the vacation rental industry, often as part of their advisory boards, including Airbnb, Booking.com, HomeAway, Expedia, and TripAdvisor. He helps them to push their integrations to the next level and defends the interests of owners and managers.