HomeCamper and Campspace merge to create European chief in micro tenting

HomeCamper and Campspace merge to create European chief in micro tenting

HomeCamper and Campspace merge to create European chief in micro tenting

Peer-to-peer tenting platforms HomeCamper and Campspace have merged to create what they’re calling the biggest community of personal tenting spots in Europe.

No phrases of the deal have been disclosed, however the mixture of the France and Netherlands-based firms, which focus on micro-camping or places from personal people, will provide 75,000 bookable spots and greater than 13,000 hosts.

The merger additionally contains the acquisition of Camperland, a Germany primarily based micro-camping platform. The stock throughout the businesses contains treehouses, yurts, cabins and personal tents.

A press release from the businesses mentioned that the micro-camping section has been rising since COVID whereas the broader tenting market amounted to 235 million in a single day stays yearly based on Eurostat figures in 2022.

“We’re excited to hitch forces with Campspace,” mentioned Etienne de Galbert, CEO of HomeCamper.

“This merger represents a big milestone in our mission to supply unparalleled tenting experiences. Collectively, we’re making a stronger neighborhood that advantages hosts and campers throughout Europe.”

And Hugo van Donselaar, CEO of Campspace, mentioned: “With this merger, we now have a unbelievable presence in a very powerful European tenting nations. Furthermore, we are able to additional promote this most sustainable approach of touring to a bigger group of vacationers and hosts.”