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Inside Self-Storage International 2014

Self-storage continues to blossom worldwide despite the many barriers faced by developers, investors and operators. The 2014 Inside Self-Storage International Digital Issue examines the industry's progression on six continents, with an in-depth look at Asia, Australia, Canada, Latin America and other regions. Articles cover development, operational strategies, customer service and education, legal issues, growth potential and more.

October 17, 2014

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Inside Self-Storage International 2014

In this issue:

  • Storage Heard Round the World: Get an overview of industry growth and operation in non-U.S. regions and the pioneers who are paving the way for future development.

  • Development Obstacles in Latin America: Despite administrative red tape and general ignorance of the self-storage product, the market is blossoming.

  • Understanding Latin American Customers: Learn about the shared characteristics of the country's target customers.

  • The Future of U.K. Storage: The director and founder of RedSpot Self Storage looks at growth potential in this well-established market.

  • Less Mess Storage Expands in Europe: The company's CEO discusses the organization's structure and growth plans.

  • Australia's First REIT: The managing director of National Storage discusses the creation of the country's first real estate investment trust.

  • The Uniqueness of the Hong Kong Market: The founder of Hongkong Storage examines the need for storage and whether operators can afford to meet the demand.

  • The Box Meets Demand in the Middle East: The company's customer-focused approach helps it expand its footprint in the United Arab Emirates.

  • Extra Space Asia Gains Momentum: The company's CEO discusses recent acquisitions and expansion plans.

  • Canadian Self Storage Association Update: An update on court cases, lien-sale guidelines and more for Canada operators

 

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