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.

AJL Profitability hub online conference

At AJL Consulting we have witnessed first hand that not all STR businesses are equal in front of a crisis. Some will fare better than others. During this free online conference with leading short-term rental industry experts and property managers, we share insights on how to build sustainability for your businesses, monitor your recovery, as well use this downtime to improve your organization in order to ensure your business can recover faster and become more resilient to future market fluctuations.

Below are the 9 pre-recorded sessions with industry experts that you are welcome to watch and learn from. 

For each session, you are also welcome to post a question, via Sli.do (open until April 20) and we will endeavour to answer as many questions as possible at the live wrap-up event. 

AJl Profitability Hub: Short-Term Rentals – News From China – Snapshot Of A Recovering Market with Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Georg Altr, Founder & CEO of COTRI and Simon Lehmann, AJL Consulting

To submit a question for the speakers click the Sli.do link and use event code: #55703

AJL Profitability Hub: Short-term Rentals – Urban Destinations & Direct Bookings: Myth Or Reality? with Sandra Roig, Marketing Manager, AB – Apartment Barcelona and Nicolas Galantini, AJL Consulting

To submit a question for the speakers click the Sli.do link and use event code: #77998

AJL Profitability Hub: Short-term Rentals – Building Resiliency With Direct Bookings withRobin Coenen, Marketing, Sales and IT Development Manager, Club Villamar and Simon Lehmann, AJL Consulting

To submit a question for the speakers click the Sli.do link and use event code: #77999

AJL Profitability Hub: Short-term Rentals With Booking.Com – Self-learning During A Downtime with Alessandro Pacilio, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Booking.com and Simon Lehmann, AJL Consulting

To submit a question for the speakers click the Sli.do link and use event code: #77997

AJL Profitability Hub: Short-Term Rentals – Increasing Profitability With Automation with Sebastien Grosjean, Founder & CEO at BookingSync and Simon Lehmann, AJL Consulting

To submit a question for the speakers click the Sli.do link and use event code: #18130

AJL Profitability Hub: Direct Bookings & Collaboration, Perspectives Of A Short-term Rental Tech Provider with Maud Lavolée, Product Manager at BookingSync and Nicolas Galantini, AJL Consulting

To submit a question for the speakers click the Sli.do link and use event code: #55702

AJL Pricing Solutions: A New Approach To Yield And Revenue Management For The Short-term Rental Industry with Ezio Albanese, Data & Technology at AJL Consulting and Nicolas Galantini, AJL Consulting

To submit a question for the speakers click the Sli.do link and use event code: #18131

AJL Profitability Hub: Short Term Rentals – M&A – How The Landscape Is Changing In A Post-pandemic World with Morgann Lesné, Partner at Cambon Partners and Simon Lehmann, AJL Consulting

To submit a question for the speakers click the Sli.do link and use event code:  #18139

AJL Profitability Hub: The State of The Short-Term Rental industry with Pierre Becerril, CEO of Transparent and Nicolas Galantini, AJL Consulting

To submit a question for the speakers click the Sli.do link and use event code: #55705

The AJL Consulting Team

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  • Good morning, I have listened attentively to the conference with Robin Coenen. I have being trying to build our very small business using social media over the months, using also local people to help, introducing their videos etc. Trying to be imaginative, but I feel that I am just putting a sprinkle of water on a dry desert! What is the best strategy? We are small, 25 properties. Second home owners from around the world. We are very hands on, but the team is small. I pretty much do all the marketing. Unfortunately, unless I get a loan from the bank, we are not in a position to hire professionals although I understand what you say. So what I am asking is, what can I do to give greater exposure to our business using social media? Google we work with too and has probably had the biggest impact. SEO I did/do with the webmaster. Of course he wants to do more, he gets paid well and the results are minimal. I have a professional website not done through word press. Perhaps my biggest mistake! Thanks for any input. Colleen

  • You just need to add your email to the link on the page and then you will be sent the Zoom meeting details. If you still haven't received it – please email jessica@abode-pr.com and I'll make sure you get registered.

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