The Week, That Was – May 2019 Week 5

In five minutes or less, keep track of the most important news of the week, curated just for you. We present to you hand – picked news on latest industry perspectives and some general updates. Read on!!

eRevMax publishes market study on ‘The State of Hotel Online Distribution in Middle East’

Leading hotel technology expert eRevMax has today published a market report on The State of Hotel Online Distribution in Middle East. The findings cover a wide cross-section of topics including technology adoption, distribution mix, channel production, online updates, among others.

Download the full study today – https://www.erevmax.com/travel-solutions/erevmax-erm-marketstudy.html

Booking.com on where it sees opportunity for growth

Where is there room for Booking.com – already one of the top players in online travel alongside Ctrip and Expedia – to grow? According to Vice President of Global Segments – Olivier Grémillon, there’s still a sizable market out there for the online travel agency to capture, and it’s the company’s responsibility to get there.

https://www.phocuswire.com/phocuswright-europe-2019-booking

What the world’s biggest OTAs have been up to

According to PhoCusWright, growth rates in the world of public online travel once again slowed in 2018, but remained in double-digit territory.

The accommodation business for both Expedia and Booking remains a priority, yet each OTA’s room nights grew at a more modest rate than either has been accustomed to in prior years.

https://www.phocuswright.com/Travel-Research/Research-Updates/2019/What-the-worlds-biggest-OTAs-have-been-up-to

Hotelbeds (a preferred partner of eRevMax) boosts European hotels offering by 5,000

A total of 70,000 hotels are now available on the bedbank’s system in Europe, whilst at a global level over 180,000 hotels are on the platform, Hotelbeds has announced.

https://www.travolution.com/articles/111480/hotelbeds-boosts-european-hotels-offering-by-5000

Hotel brands under attack: How to stay relevant

Google’s latest incursions on the travel sector highlight the increasing difficulties brands have in connecting directly with travelers.

https://reknown.com/2019/05/hotel-brands-under-attack-how-to-stay-relevant/

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