Registration *free of charge* for accommodation providers and booking agents is required to attend SABA

SABA Networking was launched in 2010 as a live quarterly event and by 2020 was running monthly in London. Following the Covid outbreak SABA Wine Time was launched as a weekly online discussion forum to which speed networking and open networking were added in February 2021.
SABA is intended specifically for serviced apartment and corporate housing accommodation providers & agencies and all models within this sector including furnished apartments, short lets, extended stay accommodation, co-living and aparthotels and in the corporate, contractor and leisure markets. It would also be relevant for anyone in the hospitality and hotel sectors.
The weekly online event now runs as SABA Networking & Discussion Forum, and takes place every Thursday from 5:00pm London time through to 6:30pm. Registration is required and is free of charge for serviced apartment and corporate housing providers and agencies. There is an entrance fee for suppliers to the sector. Please do come and join us at SABA, where serviced apartments, corporate housing and serviced accommodation industry-colleagues meet to discuss current changes & challenges. Always interesting, informative, friendly & fun, professional and productive. You would be very welcome!
Arrive and depart at your convenience. You can attend all or part of the event each week.
5:00pm: Speed-Networking breaks the ice. 2 sessions of 10 minutes. Everyone enters randomly generated groups of 4.
5:30pm: Open-Networking. Enter breakout room/s of your choice, discussed specified topics or engage with specific companies or attendees, invite into smaller groups and even 1:1 private meeting rooms for confidential discussions.
6:00pm: Discussion Forum. Attendees return to the main forum to discuss issues raised or new issues.
We also run a poll at some point during proceedings and the results are displayed.
Typical Topics:
recovery, new business sources, key worker support, pricing, payment terms, trust and expectations, OTAs, contactless check-in, accreditation, country bubbles, new markets, new models, quarantine, health services, cleaning and sanitation, security, return to normality, quarantine passports, social distancing, flexible services, working from home, subscription society, mobility, nomads, the gig economy and so much more.
Registration *free of charge* for accommodation providers and booking agents is required to attend SABA
Supplier Tickets & Sponsorship:
Sector supplier support of the SABA Networking & Discussion Forum is greatly appreciated.