Nomad Temporary Housing© Opens London Office

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Nomad Temporary Housing, a global leader in temporary housing solutions, is pleased to announce that it has opened an EMEA regional office in London. The office will serve its growing roster of European based clients, as well as a strong number of U.S. clients with high volume into the region.

The office will handle reservations, account management, and guest services throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Leading the office will be serviced apartment veteran Patti Whittle, director of EMEA operations. Patti brings 10 years of experience managing serviced accommodations throughout EMEA, as well as several metro areas in the United States.

“Nomad’s expansion is driven by current customers asking us to establish a base in Europe”, said Gavan James, president and chief executive officer for Nomad Temporary Housing.  Adds Nomad executive vice president Heather James, “As the only housing model offering completely unbiased temporary accommodations, Nomad now brings our wide array of temporary housing solutions to a more global audience.  Our combination of world-class service and choice in selection will really impact the region.”  Nomad provides hundreds of four and five star properties throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East. These buildings feature a variety of amenities and offer quality short and long term stay accommodations.

Nomad Temporary Housing©, based in San Diego, California is a leading provider of temporary apartments, serviced apartments and extended-stay hotel solutions around the world. Nomad utilizes its extensive Nomad Certified Partner network to offer thousands of apartments and hotel rooms to clients in the locations they need, with the selection of choice they demand. For more information, visit www.nomadtemphousing.com

For additional details, please contact Gavan James at (619) 313-4300(619) 313-4300 or gjames@nomadtemphousing.com

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