With Nicolas Galantini, AJL Consulting and Pierre Becerril, CEO of Transparent
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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Transparent is the global leader in business intelligence for the short term rental industry. Through a combination of proprietary and publicly available data aggregation and data science, Transparent develops insights on market conditions, such as supply growth, demand patterns, rate changes, and property management activities.
Pierre Becerril is a travel innovator and entrepreneur who currently serves as CEO of Transparent. Pierre co-founded Transparent in 2016 together with hospitality industry veterans and helped grow the business that now tracks more than 32 million listings worldwide and serves property managers, real estate investors and major brands like Booking.com, Accor Hotels, Phocuswright, Sykes Cottages, KPMG and Wyndham.
Previously, he co-founded Seeusoon, a travel metasearch engine offering vacation rental and flight packages. Prior to Seeusoon, Pierre began his career at BBVA, Santander and Rothschild & Cie as an investment banker where he participated in several M&A transactions as well as Spain’s largest flotation since financial crisis with the IPO of Airports operator Aena.
Pierre earned his Masters in Finance from Audencia Business School in France.
Here is a link to the article that Pierre mentions in his conclusion: Survey results — Travel industry outlook after CV19