What the press says
27th of June 2018
SAN talks to James Burrows, COO and co-founder of Rentals United, about converging distribution channels for serviced apartments and vacation rental units.
30th of April 2018
Besides being the CMO and co-founder of channel manager, Rentals United, Vanessa de Souza Lage is also the founder and curator of VRTech Events. These invitation-only meetups bring together vacation rental industry leaders to help educate property owners and managers
15th March 2018
For property managers that already make use of multiple distribution platforms, channel managers simplify an otherwise tedious manual task. Vanessa de Souza Lage, Co-founder and CMO of channel manager Rentals United and founder of VRTech events
15th of January 2018
Our Thought Leader Spotlight series is a monthly profile of interesting and notable ‘game changers’ in the international vacation rental industry.
9th of June 2017
VQuarter has had the pleasure of interviewing Vanessa de Souza Lage, The Chief Marketing Director of Rentals United and a sought-after speaker at vacation rental events.
Rentals United has a total of 250.000 properties, with most of their business in the urban European cities. Rentals United's approach to expansion has focused on both the large important players as well as the demand driving niche platforms...
1st Sept. 2016
Elaine Watt interviews Rental United's CMO Vanessa de Souza Lage for her podcast The Definitive guide to Holiday Let Success. In this episode Vanessa explains how using a channel manager gives you access to adverting you may not ordinarily be able to reach
21st May 2016
The move supports a growing trend in the vacation rental industry to use a distribution platform as part of the marketing mix of property managers. As the vacation rental industry matures, Channel Managers like Rentals United are thought to drive more sales while reducing manual work, a service onefinestay is keen to benefit from as they embark on European expansion.
4th of Feb 2016
When I got into the vacation rental business in the 1990s, it was simple. You just advertised in a local paper or put a sign outside the property. That worked pretty well. After all my place was one of a very few available for summer rental in our area. Most guests came year after year and weren’t too demanding. After all, where else would they go?