The STAY WYSE Hostel Conference brings together businesses involved in the youth travel accommodation sector for two days of trading, education and networking. Now in its third year the Conference has rapidly established itself as the place to meet new trading partners; from buyers, to operators, investors and suppliers. Register today to ensure you don’t miss out.
“It creates a vibrancy in the industry that just makes you want to come back”Russ Hedge
“Super well-organised, great ROI, a must for all hostels looking to grow”Eric van Dijk
“A positive and punchy event for a booming industry”Anne Dolan
Some of our 2017 delegates
HEROLÉ Reisen GmbH
Chief Operating Officer
Celtic Group Hostels
Alvaro Hinojosa Poch
Head of Programming dept
Michele Da Silva
Britannia Student Services
A&O HOTELS and HOSTELS Holding AG
Backpackers Villa Sonnenhof
FIAP Paris Accommodation
Director of Sales
Service and Product Manager
SANDEMANs NEW Europe GmbH
World Homestay Booking Center
Now in its third year, the STAY WYSE Hostel Business Conference in Amsterdam is fast becoming the annual meet up for hostel businesses, tour operators, and specialists in the youth accommodation industry. If you're still on the fence, here are a few ways to tell if...
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