This December, Skift will bring together an audience of founders and operators in the dynamic and rapidly expanding short-term rental ecosystem for a day of intimate conversations and discussions. The focus of this intense one-day summit will be on discussing key players, mapping the landscape and identifying growth potential, highlighting emerging technologies, sharing new research and insights on the latest government regulations, and discussing business and landscape challenges.
The single-track event is focused, fast-paced, intimate, and thought provoking. Skift’s journalists ask tough questions that go way beyond the obvious, draw on original insights from Skift Research, and push the boundaries of strategy and creative imagination.
The speakers on stage, the themes we discuss, and the questions we focus on all speak to our quest to understand the state of innovation in the travel sector and larger innovations in the world that affect travel. The big picture of the world, with travel as a filter to look at it.
Skift has been on the forefront of short-term rental news and insights since we launched in 2012. From our ground-breaking Airbnb coverage in 2013 to our stellar Research report last month, we’ve given readers essential information about the business that they won’t find anywhere else.
With our Skift Short-Term Rental Summit, we’re bringing that expertise into focus with a new small-group format that is catered to the needs of executives, founders, and innovators who shaping the business and discovering new markets. We will help them understand this sector with takeaways and actionable insights they won’t find anywhere else.
We will be holding the event at Ogilvy’s 6three6 space on the west side of Manhattan (at 636 11th Avenue).
Midtown Manhattan offers multiple options for lodging in hotels and short-term rentals. Note that New York City has rules about what constitutes a legal short-term rental, so make sure your host has the right to rent out their apartment or home.