The PBSA Industry
Purpose-Built Student Accommodation
The PBSA industry has shaken up the student accommodation market! With your sleek designs and modernised approach, you offer students additional choice and have encouraged all student accommodation providers to consider their standards.
Your teams are super ambitious and have a commercial mindset. Goals include trying to achieve maximum operational efficiency, creating the best student living experience and using complex pricing strategies to maximise sales and profits.
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