Hospitality Management 2017 (1), pp. 34-39. http://www.hospitality-management.nl/airbnb-wat-we-niet-mogen-weten
Tag: Networked hospitality business
Haaga Helia University of Applied Science, Helsinki, October 24, 2016.
Special Real Estate Forum. Hospitality Industry Dialogue. Airbnb & Co: Die Liebe der neuen P2P-Plattformen zum Hospitality- und Wohnungsmarkt.Expo Real, Munich, Germany, October 4, 2016.
Bakker, D., Dessauvagie, M., & Oskam, J. (2016). Airbnb: Impacts and Outlook for Amsterdam. Amsterdam: Colliers International & Hotelschool The Hague. http://www.colliers.com/en-gb/netherlands/insights/market-news/2016/07-06-2016-airbnb-toont-drastische-groei-in-centrum-amsterdam
TravelTech Innovation Summit, Amsterdam, September 15-16, 2016.
Oskam, Jeroen & Boswijk, Albert (April 2016). Airbnb: lessen trekken uit innovatie. Hospitality Management 2, pp,. 49-52.
Oskam, J. and Boswijk, A. (2016). Airbnb: the future of networked hospitality businesses. Journal of Tourism Futures, Vol. 2(1), pp. 22 – 42. Purpose Although networked hospitality businesses as Airbnb are a recent phenomenon, a rapid growth has made them a serious competitor for the hospitality industry with important consequences for tourism and for tourist destinations. Read More …
Boswijk, Albert & Oskam, Jeroen (March 8, 2016). Airbnb: What is Next? Hospitality Upgrade, Tech Talk. http://www.hospitalityupgrade.com/techTalk/Articles/Airbnb-What-is-Next/. Only recently the understanding has emerged that Airbnb – and similar businesses – would be something big. There is now a consensus that, maybe unlike other initiatives coined as the “sharing economy”, the large scale use of residential housing for traveler accommodation Read More …
Oskam, Jeroen (2016). Scenario-onderzoek Airbnb. HSMAI Ambassadors, Hotelschool The Hague Campus Amsterdam, February 18. Scenario onderzoek Airbnb from jaoskam
What are the consequences of the success of peer-to-peer travel for our industry? What will be the impact on our cities? And how does this phenomenon change the behaviour of our guests? These questions are addressed in a scenario study by Albert Boswijk (European Centre for the Experience Economy) and Jeroen Oskam (Hotelschool The Hague). Read More …