House of Fisher MD, Trine Oestergaard Stafford, has been appointed as an Advisory Board member of the Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP).
Trine has extensive experience within the hospitality sector, with a background in 5-star hotels, before moving into serviced apartments and aparthotels. Overall, Trine boasts more than 24 years of hospitality experience, which includes hotels, timeshare apartments, aparthotels and serviced apartments.
Trine was amongst three successful applicants that were nominated, shortlisted and winners of the voting stage for the position of Advisory Board members.
With her vast experience and passion for driving positive change and implementing fresh thinking, Trine will no doubt be a valuable asset to ASAP.
Upon the appointment Trine said, “Having worked with ASAP for years, I have gained huge admiration for the organisation and how they have supported the sector growth, whilst ensuring high standards of safety for business and leisure guests in a market flooded with unregulated alternatives.
At House of Fisher, we have always worked closely with ASAP so joining as an Advisory Board member will allow me to share new ideas, support their campaigns and mission statement, and bring my passion and enthusiasm to the board. It will be an honour to support this sector and its members further”.
Who is ASAP?
ASAP is a not for profit trade body, global organisation, offering membership and different levels of accreditation to owners, operators and agents of serviced apartments to ensure the customer’s confidence is well-founded.
ASAP only represents Quality Accredited Operator and Agent organisations. Their operator members collectively operate over 100,000 apartments in 16 countries and offer 3 million bed nights per year. Their health and safety benchmarks and quality standards result in an accreditation that forms a common platform of compliance and due diligence standards.