Chinese sharing accommodation provider Sweetome Group and Greek property developer Filia Group signed a cooperative agreement in Shanghai, and announced they will set up a joint venture.
This project marks the Shanghai-based shared company's first foray into the European market, The Paper reported.
The collaborative project, 'Filia Estates,' was invested in and built by Filia Group. It is a comprehensive resort community that consists of a concentrated enclave of hotels and leisure and entertainment facilities.
"Sweetome currently has more than 56,000 units in the global camp, covering more than 280 destinations, and is actively exploring overseas markets," said Luo Jun, its co-founder and that of its former parent, vacation rental booking platform Tujia.
The company will provide home-based housekeeping services to homeowners during vacancy periods to meet their rental management and maintenance needs and will also provide travel accommodation products and exchange experiences for Chinese tourists to Greece.
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