Texas-based Switchplace overcomes the disruption in the temporary housing sector by offering customizable solutions to businesses that need transitional accommodations and related amenities for their employees.
Despite the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the housing industry around the world, Switchplace proved that, after more than 20 years in the business, it had the resilience and agility to navigate the crisis and thrive in this very challenging environment.
Because of its wide range of options, Switchplace has become the favored provider of ideal homes, albeit temporary, for businesspeople on the move, whether alone, with their families, in Texas, out of state, or around the world.
As its business grows, Switchplace is keen on assisting more Japanese companies that operate in the United States and around the world, confident in its developed expertise in managing large groups, serving them with passion and understanding, while respecting cultural differences. To better serve its guests in Asia, Switchplace maintains an office in Singapore.
“We like saying that omotenashi (Japanese for spirit of selfless hospitality) is at the core of Switchplace. We look forward to welcoming more Japanese guests to the Switchplace family,” said founder and CEO Tammy Gillespie.