By Euro Weekly News Media • 16 October 2019 • 16:00
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CAMPLIFY, the largest online campervan rental platform has announced plans to start operating in Spain.
The company, which started in Australia but now operates in the UK, is investing €1.2 million into entering the Spanish market.
The aim of the company is to match motorhome and caravan owners with potential renters, and to date already has 46,000 registered users and had 3,500 vehicles added to its site.
The company, dubbed as the AirBnB for caravans, hopes to have built a strong community among the Spanish by 2021 with a target of 1,700 vehicles to be listed.
“The aim is to help owners of caravan homes in Spain to earn between 10,000 and 20,000 euros a year,” explained Camplify CEO, Justin Hales. He continued that his aim is to spread “caravan love” throughout Spain.
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