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STAY WYSE – Complete the 8th Benchmark Survey

Complete the 8th Benchmark survey now! STAY WYSE, the global association representing the youth travel accommodation industry, has launched its 8th annual survey reviewing the global business operations of the Youth Travel Accommodation Industry. The study establishes crucial business metrics and identifies trends in this growing sector.
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Complete the 8th Benchmark survey now! STAY WYSE, the global association representing the youth travel accommodation industry, has launched its 8th annual survey reviewing the global business operations of the Youth Travel Accommodation Industry. The study establishes Read More..

30 July 2014
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Irish students warned they may have to stay in hostels in accommodation scramble

THIRD LEVEL STUDENTS studying in Dublin have been warned that they may have to stay in hostels as they hunt for accommodation. The Accommodation Office of Trinity College Dublin emailed students on a Read More..

THIRD LEVEL STUDENTS studying in Dublin have been warned that they may have to stay in hostels as they hunt for accommodation. The Accommodation Office of Trinity College Dublin emailed students on a Read More..

28 July 2014
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Major Booking Sites Still Won’t Allow Purchases in TripAdvisor’s App

  TripAdvisor announced that Best Western will become partner in a feature that enables users to book a hotel on TripAdvisor without leaving its apps, but that is essentially cover for the larger Read More..

  TripAdvisor announced that Best Western will become partner in a feature that enables users to book a hotel on TripAdvisor without leaving its apps, but that is essentially cover for the larger Read More..

25 July 2014
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Centurion diversifies into UK student accommodation

Singapore’s Centurion Corp is diversifying into student accommodation in the United Kingdom with the proposed acquisition of four properties for £77 million (S$164.5 million).        Singapore’s Centurion Corp, which is best Read More..

18 July 2014