Airbnb and BedLinker join the eRevMax Channel Ecosystem

Booking.com promotes its Genius program to RateTiger hotel users

With multiple studies and reports reflecting a spike in travel bookings, it has become imperative for hotels to use the right channels to make their inventory visible at every customer touchpoint. eRevMax continues to integrate with distribution partners worldwide and this week’s highlighted channels include Airbnb, the fastest growing global guest community platform as well as Bedlinker, the first B2B e-commerce exchange for travel agents to book hotels in Vietnam.

Various OTAs have launched multiple programs to help hotels attract more guests as well as offer a safe and clean stay environment. Booking.com’s Genius Program finds a mention in this post – read on for more details.

We are happy to assist with your distribution connectivity needs. Connect to any of our 400 demand partners and manage all your channels seamlessly from one central platform – RateTiger.

Airbnb

You can now manage your property on Airbnb via RateTiger/ LiveOS. Airbnb is the fastest growing global guest community with an average of over 2 million stays per night. Airbnb’s accommodation marketplace provides access to over 7 million unique places to stay in more than 100,000 cities worldwide. Contact us today to connect to Airbnb or manage your existing connection via RateTiger.

BedLinker

Are you looking to connect to local travel agents in Vietnam? BedLinker.com is the first and only B2B e-commerce exchange that offers an open trading platform, where travel agencies are directly connected to a large number of hotels, resorts and many other types of accommodation. Agents can check various hotel prices and make bookings for their guests instantly via bedlinker.com. Connect to the channel today to get your share of domestic bookings.

Booking.com – Genius Program

Attract travellers to your hotel with Booking.com’s Genius Program. It can help you get more bookings, faster. As a Genius partner, your property will get a special Genius tag, ranking boost and better visibility in search results on Booking.com. On average, hotels who join Genius increase their bookings by 18% and their revenue by 17% (even including the cost of the discount). Contact us today for more details.

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Rebuilding Together – Recovery Toolkit for Hotels by Booking.com

With countries around the world starting to ease the lockdown phase, we are seeing encouraging signs with travel related bookings starting to trickle in. Travel businesses including hotels are in a crucial stage where they need all the support to attract guests to their properties. We as technology providers offer seamless connectivity to multiple channel partners for you to expand your online brand visibility. Booking.com, one of our key connectivity partner, has rolled out a very useful Recovery Toolkit to help you convert demand into tangible bookings. The toolkit covers a whole range of things – from showcasing the latest platform updates and tools, to expanding Solutions content to help hoteliers make the right business decisions.

Here are some highlights of the Booking.com Recovery Toolkit for your reference –

The importance of flexibility – Given the dynamic nature of current times and evolving travel advisories around the globe, it is important that hotels and accommodation providers offer flexible booking and cancellation policies. Travelers want to have the option to adapt travel plans if a change in circumstances affect them. Increasing the flexibility of policies will make the property more attractive to the travelers and will give the property a better chance of being booked. Booking.com has built a new tool to help hotels easily update their rate plan policies and secure more bookings in times of low demand and high uncertainty. In one step, hotels can convert multiple free cancellation policies for their existing rate plans to “Flexible – 1 Day”. This will allow guests to cancel for free up to one day before the arrival date. If they cancel within one day before the arrival date, the guest will be charged the cost of the first night.

Optimize your pricing – Booking.com’s research shows that potential guests currently want flexibility and a great price. Through the Booking.com portal, hotels can see both local and last-minute bookings in countries where recovery is beginning, as well as future travel planning. But travelers want to be confident that their bookings are flexible enough to adapt to changing circumstances. com’s new framework makes it easier for hotels to understand how the pricing solutions can help them respond to travelers’ requirements and drive the occupancy they need.

Showcase your property’s safety measures – It has become super important for hoteliers to show how they are protecting their guests. com’s new Health and Safety Protocol provides guidance to help minimize risk for both hotels and their guests. Before the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, few travelers gave a second thought to sleeping in a bed that hundreds of others had slept in. But now, what travelers touch and who they interact with is at the top of their list of concerns. It’s now critically important for hotels to build confidence and set expectations for guests around health and cleanliness, so you can capture available demand. Your goal is to make guests feel confident that their stay will be as safe, clean, and comfortable as in their own home.

  • Safety features and cleaning – If you offer hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, or follow specific local regulations, indicating these will help you inspire guest confidence.
  • Physical distancing – Highlight contactless check-in and check-out, cashless payment, or other ways that you are helping guests maintain social distance.
  • Food safety – Point out changes in your operational practices that are designed to support food safety for in-room and public dining.

Increase your visibility through Genius programAttract travellers to your hotel with the Genius Program. It can help you get more bookings, faster. As a Genius partner, your property will get a special Genius tag, ranking boost and better visibility in search results on Booking.com. On average, hotels who join Genius increase their bookings by 18% and their revenue by 17% (even including the cost of the discount).

There are a host of additional solutions through which your property can benefit and attract more bookings. You can get full details of the Booking.com Recovery Toolkit on their partner page.

In times like these, it’s especially helpful to get support from other partners. Share insights and advice on #Rebuilding with fellow Booking.com partners – https://partner.booking.com/en-gb/community

The Week, That Was – July 2020 Week 4

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!!

Airbnb and RateTiger to present a webinar on Market Dynamics, Growth Optimization and Online Distribution for APAC hotels

Join us for a live discussion on August 5, 2020 at 11:00 SGT to discuss reopening of travel and strategies for the new world.

https://airbnb.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_52H20Aw1Q7CcEsz1uQfIrg

The future of affordable travel

The state of the world is vastly different now than it was six months ago, but finding ways to keep travel accessible hasn’t completely changed.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/news/the-future-of-affordable-travel/ar-BB176dzn

Humanising hotel brands could encourage tourists to return.

A new study finds that crisis communication emphasising shared emotional responses to risks enables tourists to humanise the hotel.

https://www.hospitalitynet.org/news/4099802.html

eRevMax integrates with Airbnb

The integration, developed in close collaboration between eRevMax and Airbnb, will now make it possible for hotels to update rate and availability as well as receive reservations generated on the channel directly into their system in real-time.

https://www.erevmax.com/ratetiger-news/ratetiger-news-archive/july2020-erevmax-integrates-with-airbnb.html

How hoteliers are pricing rooms amid demand lows

The overall loss of demand in the U.S. hotel industry threw an almost impossibly sized hurdle in front of hoteliers already trying to figure out how to drive rate in the face of so much new supply coming online.

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https://www.hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/303617/How-hoteliers-are-pricing-rooms-amid-demand-lows

Hotel brands re-evaluate near-term cancellation policies

Many hotel brands and management companies are touting flexibility around guest cancellations polices and loyalty status amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but some are being cautious not to make any long-term decisions just yet.

https://hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/303604/Cancellation-loyalty-policies-ease-in-the-near-term

Booking.com creates rebooking incentive with money back for travelers

Customers in the U.S. who had to cancel their accommodation bookings due to COVID-19 travel restrictions will get a 15% reward if they rebook a stay at that same property by December 31, for travel through April.

https://www.phocuswire.com/booking-travel-incentive-reward-and-no-commission

How the pandemic is reshaping Europe’s tourism hotspots.

The collapse of the industry offers a unique opportunity for cities plagued by mass tourism to rethink their business model.

https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/world/how-coronavirus-is-reshaping-europes-tourism-hotspots/ar-BB16WAua

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The Week, That Was – July 2020 Week 2

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!!

How to master the new normal in travel

When restrictions lift, many of us will hesitate before booking a flight and travel for business may never recover. Demand for flights and accommodation will drop. Travel will become more expensive, less convenient and less frequent.

https://www.gq-magazine.co.uk/lifestyle/article/travel-after-coronavirus

Booking.com introduces safety feature for accommodation partners

The new feature will allow accommodation partners to select different health and safety measures they are taking in areas such as hygiene, sanitisation, social distancing, and food safety among others.

https://www.businesstraveller.com/business-travel/2020/07/06/booking-com-introduces-safety-feature-for-accommodation-partners/

WinqBid, NexusTours and Travelcircus join the eRevMax Channel Ecosystem

As hoteliers, are you ready to tap into domestic travel market? Are you connected to the right channels and keeping them automatically updated with rates and availability on a regular basis? If not reach out to us for your connectivity needs to make the most of your online revenue – https://lnkd.in/gQHnJ7v

Expedia’s Melissa Maher talks recovery in travel, partnership with hotels

The company has a large recovery plan in place after carrying out research with 10,000 hotel partners, asking them what they want to see from a recovery standpoint, and built a whole program around that.

https://www.webintravel.com/expedias-melissa-maher-talks-recovery-in-travel-partnership-with-hotel-partners-diversity-inclusion-and-more/

CitizenM’s guest app facilitates contactless travel

The launch of its guest-facing app, which has been in development for years, has helped the group to create a contactless experience amid the pandemic.

https://www.hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/303449/CitizenMs-guest-app-facilitates-contactless-travel

Digital tools help answer hotel guests’ post-COVID questions

Guest behavior is changing rapidly in response to COVID-19. Fortunately, digital tools help us understand and respond to those changes in real time.

https://www.hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/303437/Digital-tools-help-answer-guests-post-COVID-questions

How hoteliers should handle data privacy in a pandemic

The hospitality industry has been collecting guests’ and employees’ personal information for years now, but as hoteliers consider collecting health information, they need to know how to do it properly.

https://www.hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/303447/How-hoteliers-should-handle-data-privacy-in-a-pandemic

France Tourism: Inside the $20 billion fight to save a battered industry

As the pandemic recedes in much of Europe, the country that loves to boast about being the most visited nation is serving as a microcosm for how the tourism industry hopes to recover and reinvent itself.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/chrisobrien/2020/07/06/france-tourism-inside-20-billion-fight-save-battered-industry/#4c4f1634732c

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The Week, That Was – June 2020 Week 4

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!!

Hotel recovery can only go so far without group bookings

Group business and convention travel do more than contribute to a hotel’s occupancy and revenue per room figures. These types of bookings also fuel profitability in an array of revenue streams and amenities at a property.

https://news.yahoo.com/convention-plateau-hotel-recovery-only-120035108.html

UK’s hotels and restaurants will reopen on July 4

Hotels, holiday apartments, caravan parks and campsites will be allowed to operate, as long as shared facilities are kept clean.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/06/23/travel-news-air-bridges-uk-quarantine-portugal-spain-greece/

Inviting hoteliers to share their opinions for Hotel Sentiment Survey

The travel and hospitality industry globally have faced unprecedented impact due to the coronavirus pandemic which has adversely affected hotel revenue, occupancy and ADR. eRevMax is conducting a short survey to understand the challenges you and your business are facing. The survey results will be published and made available to all participants, and will provide a reflection of the hotel sentiment and an understanding of where we are moving as an industry. Share your valuable inputs through this 2-min survey –

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/hotelsentimentsurvey2020

Knowing your hotel channel manager in the post COVID world

With the easing of lockdown in many parts of the world, travel and hospitality businesses are starting to open up. As more people start to venture out, hotels need to be ready to attract these travelers. As per recent reports, travel related online searches are picking up. With the shortening of booking windows and increase in domestic short haul holiday bookings, hoteliers need to have their distribution strategies in place. The need of the hour is to connect to the right channels and manage them effectively.

Find out how your channel manager and connectivity provider plays a key role in current circumstances – https://lnkd.in/dBdn7vT

Pricing tactics vary by sector as consumers return to travel

As the travel industry slowly and erratically reopens, some airlines and hotels, as expected, have begun slashing rates to lure travelers back to their struggling businesses.

https://www.travelweekly.com/Travel-News/Tour-Operators/Pricing-tactics-vary-by-sector-as-consumers-return-to-travel

 Trip.com joins Google to launch Travel Trends Report.

The report provides a detailed snapshot of how consumers are responding to the evolving dynamics within the travel industry, as well as the expected trends for travel over the coming months.

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/tripcom-group-joins-google-to-launch-travel-trends-report-301081707.html

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The Week, That Was – June 2020 Week 2

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!!

Hospitality experts organize Fireside Chat to discuss Reopening of Travel and New Strategies

With experts from across 4 countries, this one’s going to be interesting. Join the conversation on Tuesday 16 June 2020 to hear from hoteliers on their reopening strategies and how technology can support them. Register today – https://lnkd.in/gFZvUwi

TripAdvisor study outlines five-stage hospitality recovery

TripAdvisor’s latest study, “Beyond COVID-19: The Road to Recovery for the Travel Industry,” outlines a five-stage recovery for the travel and hospitality industry: Decline, Plateau, Emerge, Domestic Travel, and finally, a return to International Travel.

http://ir.tripadvisor.com/news-releases/news-release-details/tourism-during-covid-19-tripadvisor-releases-findings-staged

Hotel Guest Expectations in the time of COVID-19

For a traveler, a hotel room is like a home away from home. The one main exception however is that hundreds of strangers would have used that hotel room in the past. Hence maintaining cleanliness is very important in the hospitality industry, but with the spread of COVID-19, in which it is said that the virus can live on surfaces for a few hours to days, proper sanitization of guest rooms has become paramount.

https://www.erevmax.com/blog/index.php/2020/04/hotel-guest-expectations-in-the-time-of-covid-19/

What does ‘travel freely’ mean in the new era?

Travel, the luxury most of us took for granted up until March, has never felt more needed, with many of us desperate to swap the four walls that kept us safe in isolation for the white-washed stone of a Spanish villa. But from self-cleaning hotel rooms to temperature checks at airports, what will holidays actually look like post-coronavirus lockdown?

https://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/entertainment/travel/a32809787/travel-holidays-after-coronavirus-lockdown/

 Transparency key to provide service to future tourists.

Transparency will be the key to provide service to the future tourists. During this COVID-19 pandemic, many aspects of future travels have been labelled as ‘uncertain’. Intermediaries offering more information and clearer policies will indisputably be at an advantage in terms of restoring consumer confidence, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

https://www.globaldata.com/travel-intermediaries-need-to-increase-transparency-to-restore-consumer-confidence-says-globaldata/

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The Week, That Was – February 2020 Week 4

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!

HospitalityUnited.Club to host Cocktails & Conversations during ITB Berlin

The high energy networking event will bring together technology partners from varied segments, hoteliers and travel agents, to discuss the latest trends in travel technology, exchange ideas and explore collaboration possibilities. The event is scheduled for 5th March 2020 at Funkturm Restaurant within the Messe Berlin grounds, co-located with ITB.

Register today – https://www.hospitalityunited.club/event/berlin/huc-berlin-march2020.html

Expedia TravelAds: Getting Started with Sponsored Listings for Hotels

TravelAds is an easy-to-use yet sophisticated sponsored listing program that can help you achieve just that. By using advanced targeting capabilities, TravelAds helps your hotel increase visibility and connect with travelers during the path to purchase.

https://blog.advertising.expedia.com/getting-started-with-sponsored-search-listings-for-hotels

Chinese travellers disappear from key overseas markets

Asia Pacific destinations popular with travellers from mainland China continue to report a huge hotel occupancy impact from the coronavirus outbreak, according to preliminary February data from STR.

https://www.breakingtravelnews.com/news/article/chinese-travellers-disappear-from-key-overseas-markets/

Hotels Aim to Help Guests Travel Lighter

For many travelers, packing a suitcase is a stressful endeavor; packing light, a perpetual fantasy. To help guests ditch excess baggage, hotels are partnering with fashion companies to deliver Instagram-worthy outfits directly to their guest rooms.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/25/travel/hotels-aim-to-help-guests-travel-lighter.html

How Google and Facebook Made Digital Advertising Markets Increasingly Opaque to Protect Their Dominance

Following an extensive study, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) expressed concerns in December that Google and Facebook have grown so “large and have such extensive access to data that potential rivals can no longer compete on equal terms.

https://promarket.org/how-google-and-facebook-made-digital-advertising-markets-increasingly-opaque-to-protect-their-dominance/

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The Week, That Was – February 2020 Week 3

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!! HospitalityUnited.Club to host Cocktails & Conversations during ITB Berlin HospitalityUnited.Club is all set to host yet another dazzling event for hoteliers and travel tech fraternity in Berlin, along the sidelines of ITB, in partnership with Aptum, AgentX101, Ecommpay, LiveOS, RateTiger and TravelgateX. https://bit.ly/2T1oxWR Where hotel owners, operators invest in tech features Hotel owners, operators and asset managers offered up advice on how to balance needs and wants as well as what their top investment priorities are for the year. http://hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/300281/Where-owners-operators-invest-in-tech-features When Calling the Front Desk Is Not an Option There are certainly nice benefits to staying in an Airbnb. But if an emergency happens, you might be on your own. https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/12/travel/airbnb-safety.html Booking.com Announces Finalists for its 2020 Technology Playmaker Awards With 45 finalists from 20 countries, this year’s awards shine a spotlight on inspiring female technologists and future tech trailblazers, and those championing greater diversity and inclusion in tech. https://globalnews.booking.com/bookingcom-announces-finalists-for-its-2020-technology-playmaker-awards/ Customers want more text-based customer support options from brands Customers want more text-based customer support options from brands. 72% of consumers age 18 to 64 said having the ability to text with a live agent in real-time would improve their overall customer service experience. https://marketingland.com/customers-want-more-text-based-customer-support-options-from-brands-275739 The big will get bigger as travel firms avoid the Google ‘death zone’ For hotel bookings, OTAs have moved away from a cheapest first price order, to a merchandised list, based on the highest converting hotels, securing bigger margins by focusing on a small set of hotels with higher booking volumes. https://www.travolution.com/articles/114184/guest-post-the-big-will-get-bigger-as-travel-firms-avoid-the-google-death-zone Travel experts fear long-term impact of virus Travel agents, operators and hoteliers are bracing for months, if not a full year, of economic disruption from the outbreak, with long-term effects that may ripple well into 2021. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/02/16/business/economy-business/tourism-coronavirus-covid19-2021-experts/#.Xk4eu5Uzbct

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The Week, That Was – February 2020 Week 2

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 provides connectivity for upscale Ghana property

The Royal Senchi Hotel and Resort, an upscale property in Ghana has recommended eRevMax distribution solutions for improving online sales. The property has been using RateTiger channel manager, powered by LiveOS, for effective online distribution and improving booking revenue.

https://www.erevmax.com/ratetiger-news/ratetiger-news-archive/feb2020-erevmax-provides-connectivity-for-upscale-ghana-property.html

US hotel brand loyalty reaches an all-time high in 2019

Throughout 2019, total US loyalty contribution increased 7.6% to 56.2%, a jump of 8.3 percentage points or 17.3% since the top hotel brands launched aggressive book-direct campaigns in 2016.

https://www.kalibrilabs.com/press-release-1/us-hotel-loyalty-contribution-reaches-an-alltime-high-2019

STR: Hotels closer to major transit hubs reach rate premiums

Hotel performance relates inversely to a property’s distance to a transit station in the top 25 U.S. markets. As the distance to the station grows, hotel performance generally declines, although occupancy and ADR behave differently within that context.

http://www.hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/300234/Hotels-closer-to-major-transit-hubs-reach-rate-premiums

Google’s vacation rentals under fire in Europe

The 40 companies and trade bodies in nine EU countries, Switzerland and the United States, which include eDreams Odigeo, Expedia and Tripadvisor, laid out the case against Google in a letter to EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager.

https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2020/02/10/technology/10reuters-eu-alphabet-antitrust.html

Keep an eye out for these 5 business travel trends in 2020 and beyond

Global business travel spending is expected to reach over $1.7 trillion by 2020, according to the Global Business Travel Association.

https://www.phocuswire.com/Business-travel-trends-2020-and-beyond

 As coronavirus concerns mount, hotels can count on automated revenue technology to help defend against unhealthy business conditions

The world’s most populous country has severely restricted outbound travel, and the global hospitality industry has braced for impact. As the coronavirus nears pandemic proportions and Chinese tourism takes an indefinite hiatus, hotels across the APAC region have already reported falling demand

https://ideas.com/coronavirus-travel-revenue-management/

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The Week, That Was – February 2020 Week 1

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 expands into Vietnam with BedLinker

eRevMax, the leader in hotel online distribution and connectivity space, today announced a partnership agreement with BedLinker, a leading Vietnamese hospitality technology start-up. Through this partnership, BedLinker will now be the official sales representative for RateTiger in the region and deliver its advanced connectivity and reservation management solution.

https://www.erevmax.com/ratetiger-news/ratetiger-news-archive/feb2020-erevmax-expands-into-vietnam-with-bedlinker.html

5 insights into the 2020 forecast for US hotels

The U.S. hotel industry got a confidence boost as December 2019 performance metrics came in strong. However, after two consecutive months of RevPAR declines, do not signify a recovery. Instead, hoteliers should expect the norm to continue to be slow-to-no growth going forward in 2020.

http://hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/300139/5-insights-into-the-2020-forecast-for-US-hotels

China hotel occupancy down 75%

Hotels in other markets around the world will also see a more pronounced impact, given a greater dependence on Chinese outbound travel in more recent years. STR has projected a 28% drop in visits to the U.S. from China for 2020.

https://www.travelweekly.com/Travel-News/Hotel-News/China-hotel-occupancy-plummets

The online battle for the Indian traveler

OTAs such as MakeMyTrip, Yatra and ClearTrip have altered the way the travel industry works in India. People in India were getting more and more confident of booking online.

https://www.telegraphindia.com/business/the-online-battle-for-the-indian-traveller/cid/1742590

9 Trends That Are Surprising Hotel CDOs

HSMAI brought together about two dozen CDOs from hotel brands, management companies, and owner groups at the Chief Digital Officer Executive Roundtable in New York City on Jan. 23 to pick their brains about challenges and trends they’ve been seeing in the past six months.

https://americas.hsmai.org/insight/9-trends-that-are-surprising-hotel-cdos-4/

Five ways to market your hotel locally

A safe strategy to insure against declining international travel might be to turn extra attention to local marketing. As the global economy reached new heights over the past decade, American hotel brands have become increasingly reliant on international travel as a source for online bookings.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesagencycouncil/2020/02/04/travel-goes-local-five-ways-hotel-marketers-can-think-short-range-in-2020/#5bef4f965e54

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