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Office show gains association support
posted on: 19/8/2011 11:05:17
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The Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP) has confirmed its support of Diversified Communications’ Office exhibition at Earls Court.
 
The association and three of its member companies will exhibit at a new ASAP village at this year’s edition of the show, which runs from 15 to 16 September.

The organiser has increased the number of exhibitors offering venues and accommodation this year after more than half of the visitors to last year’s show reporting attending in search of such companies.
 
“The serviced apartment sector is experiencing spectacular growth in 2011 as business travellers increasingly opt for this value-for-money product,” said ASAP’s Joyce Cawthorpe. “The apartment environment – with separate areas to work, eat and sleep – is the perfect fit for the mobile, self-sufficient corporate traveller.”

Earlier this year Diversified announced the launch of international editions of the show to take place in Canada, the USA and Australia.
 
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