STR Global Becomes an Official Supplier of England's World Cup Bid

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 23 March 2010

STR Global has become an Official Supplier to England's bid to host the 2018 FIFA World Cup. STR Global, a leading provider of hotel performance and supply data to the world's hotel industry, is supporting the bid with their expertise on the accommodation sector. STR Global works together with all major hotel chains in England, providing benchmarking services to enable hotels to perform to their best.

"We are proudly supporting England's 2018 World Cup bid and are delighted to assist in the efforts to bring this world class event back to these shores," said Elizabeth Randall, Managing Director of STR Global. "The hosting of the FIFA World Cup would be a great achievement and opportunity for England and its hoteliers."

England 2018 Chief Executive, Andy Anson added, "We are delighted that STR Global is an Official Supplier to the bid. They bring their extensive knowledge of the accommodation sector across England which will help demonstrate to FIFA that England has the capacity and diversity of offering to be able deliver a successful World Cup in 2018."

England's bid is supported by 12 Candidate Host Cities from across the country and will be submitted to FIFA in May 2010. The final decision on who will host the 2018 and 2022 tournaments will be made in December. England is one of 7 bidders hoping to stage the tournament in 2018 and a total of 10 bidders are competing for the 2022 event.

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