The Week, That Was – August 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 tracks strong recovery trends in hotel bookings in Europe

While tracking the hotel reservation trends in Europe, Travel technology company eRevMax has noted strong recovery trends in hotel bookings in markets like Norway and the UK.

https://travel.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/technology/erevmax-tracks-strong-recovery-trends-in-hotel-bookings-in-europe/77501538

Google Travel gets a COVID-19 update

After a few weeks of testing, Google has officially launched new flight search and travel search features to help those who are traveling during the pandemic.

https://blog.google/products/flights-hotels/travel-decisions-with-confidence/

Domestic business travel continues to trend toward recovery

GBTA member companies worldwide report an emerging willingness to permit employees to engage in domestic business travel.

https://www.gbta.org/blog/domestic-business-travel-continues-to-trend-toward-recovery/

U.S. hotel performance continues upward creep

STR data for the week of August 2-8, 2020 showed slightly higher occupancy and room rates from the previous week

https://str.com/press-release/str-us-hotel-results-week-ending-8-august

Airbnb and BedLinker 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? Attract travellers to your hotel with Booking.com’s Genius Program. Choose from our wide network of partners and expand your hotel’s online visibility. Our featured channel partners for this week are AirbnbBedLinker and Booking.com – connect to them today – https://www.erevmax.com/blog/index.php/2020/08/airbnb-and-bedlinker-join-the-erevmax-channel-ecosystem/

Travelers booking 2021 vacations closer to home

The U.S., Canada and Mexico will be the first to thrive. Americans will drive more as they are more assured that there will not be a change in entry requirements.

https://www.travelpulse.com/news/travel-agents/travel-advisors-say-clients-are-booking-2021-vacations-closer-to-home.html

 Online travel aggregators ramp up offers to beat the drop in business

OTAs, experts say, will emerge out of this crisis if they strategize by identifying the areas from where demand is being generated.

https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/other/online-travel-aggregators-ramp-up-offers-to-beat-the-drop-in-business/ar-BB17LEcJ

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The Week, That Was – August 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!!

Booking.com and RateTiger presents an online workshop to discuss value of connectivity & power of online distribution for hoteliers

Join us for a live discussion on August 19, 2020 at 16:00 SGT to discuss re opening of travel and strategies for the new world. Register today –

https://events.partners.booking.com/valueofconnectivityanonlinewor?gz=none

 eRevMax witnesses surge in demand for summer travel in Norway and healthy recovery for UK hotels

 Advance bookings are now higher than pre-Covid level, reaching almost 120% in July, keeping January booking numbers as base, for our partner hotels in Norway, while UK saw a huge jump to almost 75% showing extremely positive sentiment among bookers.

See the full report – https://www.erevmax.com/ratetiger-news/ratetiger-news-archive/aug2020-erevmax-witnesses-summer-travel-norway-uk-healthy-recovery.html

How COVID-19 is transforming traveler behavior, loyalty and values

 Travelers will be ready to stay at hotels in seven months, fly in planes or use public transportation in 8.5 months and fly internationally in 11 months.

https://www.ketchum.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Ketchum_Transforming-Travelers_Infographic.pdf

Expedia rolls out B2B distribution program for lodging partners

 The program allows medium to large-size lodging partners to tap into new areas of B2B demand, giving them increased control of their B2B rates, availability and content across a network of global travel providers.

https://www.traveldailynews.com/post/expedia-group-expands-optimized-distribution-for-lodging-partners

Travel reimagined in the new normal

 E-boarding passes, touchless lavatories, contactless journeys from airports to hotels, no more middle seats in transportation, and digital health passports are some of the new ideas which global travelers hope to see implemented in the near future.

https://www.ttrweekly.com/site/2020/07/asians-more-eager-to-travel/

 Survey: The prospects for the hotel business in 2021

 Respondents believe that the hospitality sector is approaching or at the bottom, with luxury and resort hotels the most commonly believed to be in “full decline” or at “bottom.”

https://www.forbes.com/sites/bradhunter/2020/07/29/survey-the-prospects-for-the-hotel-business-in-2021/#7bd9db2661cd

Booking.com launches rebooking campaign, waiving hotel commissions

The campaign incentivizes customers in the U.S. with 15% if they rebook a future stay at the same property.

https://news.booking.com/bookingcom-launches-customer-incentive-to-encourage-rebook-of-domestic-pandemic-affected-stays-in-us/

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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

Pegipegi , Veturis Travel and Jet2holidays join the eRevMax Channel Ecosystem

A host of popular destinations are beginning to ease Covid19 lockdown and border restrictions and are starting to welcome tourists back. Are you making your property visible on the right channels? Automate your hotel online distribution with RateTiger. Get competitive rate intelligence with RTShopper; and manage ARI & reservation delivery with RateTiger Channel Manager – all in real-time from a single platform!

Here are some of our newly connected channel partners leading in their specific markets. Get in touch if you are looking to expand your distribution connectivity and wish to connect to any of our 400+ OTA channel network.

Pegipegi

Pegipegi is one of the most popular online travel agencies in Indonesia. Launched in 2012, Pegipegi currently offers more than 25,000 hotels in Indonesia, 25,000 flight routes, as well as more than 2,800 train routes. Add them to your distribution network and increase online bookings.

Veturis Travel

Are you looking to attract business travelers? Headquartered in Spain, Veturis Travel is a global online wholesale travel agency with a presence in 90 countries. They delivered over 700,000 reservations last year and is trusted by over 25,000 agencies. Get your property listed now to grow your corporate booking share.

Jet2holidays

UK’s second largest holiday operator, Jet2holidays offer incredible value package holidays to over 60 destinations across Europe, the Mediterranean, the Canaries and beyond. With over a million holiday packages booked on this channel annually, you may consider adding Jet2holidays to your distribution network.

Are you looking to manage any new channel from your RateTiger powered by LiveOS platform? CONTACT US – https://www.erevmax.com/erevmax-contact.html

 

 

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 – July 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!!

WinqBid partners with eRevMax to make its hotel booking app available to hoteliers worldwide

WinqBid has launched a special Covid-19 Heroes Appreciation Program wherein they bring hotels the opportunity to offer much needed Rewards & Recognition to health care workers and emergency first responders. Through this program, RateTiger hotels can participate and offer a free room night to first responders, which in turn may lead to paid bookings if the guest chooses to book multiple room nights.

https://www.erevmax.com/ratetiger-news/ratetiger-news-archive/june2020-erevmax-winqbid-partners-with-erevmax.html

Bloomberg invited Airbnb, Carnival and Leading Hotels of the World to discuss what’s next

Will the world start traveling again at the same pace, or will businesses discover the merits of virtual convening? Will the sharing economy ever fully recover?

Watch the video – https://www.bloomberg.com/news/videos/2020-07-01/grounded-the-future-of-travel-video

Southeast Asia to become preferred destination for Chinese travelers in 2021.

With IATA not expecting air travel to return to pre-COVID-19 levels until 2023, China looks to extend its dominance over Thailand’s and Bali’s tourism market.

https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Travel-Leisure/Can-soaring-Chinese-arrivals-save-Bali-s-tourism-market

Rebuilding Hospitality for the New World

With reopening of travel, it is important that we ensure ways and means to keep employees and guests safe. This blog post sets out a plan for hoteliers to help them rebuild their business and attract more travellers.

https://www.erevmax.com/blog/index.php/2020/07/rebuilding-hospitality-for-the-new-world/

Facebook study shows how social media may influence our vacation behavior

Facebook scientists want to know more about what vacation snaps could reveal about travel behavior and the world’s most popular locations – and they’ve trained an A.I. trained on some 58,000 geo-tagged photos to help do so.

https://www.digitaltrends.com/news/facebook-study-vacation-images/

 Travel agents cautious of selling summer 2020.

Agents are taking a cautious approach to selling holidays this summer, with some refusing new bookings until there is more clarity on travel corridors and in-resort operations.

https://travelweekly.co.uk/articles/376944/travel-agents-cautious-of-selling-summer-2020

Phishing attack targets hospitality industry.

With close to 100,000 customers worldwide between Mailgun and SendGrid, it’s no surprise that attackers would setup a fake login attack campaign targeting customers (and likely those that aren’t customers but could be susceptible to social engineering).

https://ironscales.com/blog/Fake-Login-Attack-Spoof-Two-Leading-Email-Delivery-Service-Providers/

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Rebuilding Hospitality for the New World

The travel and hospitality industry globally has faced unprecedented impact due to the coronavirus pandemic which has adversely affected hotel revenue, occupancy and ADR.  Hotel industry is going to see many changes after Covid 19. Now it’s time for hoteliers to work on various strategies, how the industry can move towards profitability.

Few significant steps, hoteliers can take for their staff and guests:

Contactless technology – Adoption of smart technology such as face recognition and digital key

Strict Cleaning Protocols– Self-cleaning rooms, deep sanitization routine, providing masks and sanitizers to all guests

Intelligent Benchmarking – Real-time pricing intelligence to properly capitalize on demand

Focus on Profit –  Hoteliers now need to focus on their operational health. During this slowdown it is easy to see how RevPar are actually are. As now cash flow is less, it is important for hoteliers to know the money flowing in bottom line. So it’s time to use complete metrics like gross operating profit per available room (GOPPAR), to benchmark performance like how your hotel really makes and how much money you’re putting into operation.

Integrated System – Integrated revenue management, distribution and reservation system

Focus On Domestic – Staycations, drive-ins and domestic travel is the new hot. Soft sell offerings like welcoming pets, live music,  small meeting spaces, private rooms, suites, or private sauna/spa facilities to attract local travelers.

Knowing your new source markets in the post COVID world – Monitor the travel advisory to identify source markets hoteliers can tap as soon as recovery begins.

Create Long Stay Package – Short international trips to be replaced with longer in-country stays, since the increase in remote working allows more people to work from anywhere.

Shortened Booking Window – As the booking window gets shortened, hotels need to attract early bookers with more incentives and flexibilities.

Healthy Distribution MixSpread your inventory across multiple channels to capitalize on different demand sources – focus on regional OTAs and Metasearch sites along with brand website and offline source.

Along with these hoteliers need to analyse the data and be prepared to reallocate their budget and find creative ways to serve the needs of their local customers and communities.

Hotels should target the right OTAs and need to do strong planning to acquire guests.  Relying on only one channel can be much more challenging to bounce back than the ones that have a healthy distribution mix, including direct solutions like metasearch and website as well as indirect solutions like Online Travel Agencies (OTAs).

Considered one of the best hotel channel manager in the market, RateTiger is integrated with more than 400 OTAs and working closely with 9000 hotels globally. It is the connectivity partner of choice for large hotel groups, mid-scale chains as well as independent properties in both luxury and budget segment worldwide providing solutions through its core product brands – RateTiger , LiveOS and AgentX101 . Here is a list of partners we connect to – https://www.erevmax.com/erevmax/erevmax-partners-details.html

We would like to be of assistance to suggest new ways & means of increasing online & offline business for your property. Let’s work together to rebuild travel and help each other earn more business. Connect with us for your connectivity needs to make the most of hotel online revenue- https://www.erevmax.com/erevmax-contact.htmls

 

 

 

The Week, That Was – January 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!!

What are the Best Practices for Creating a Google Hotel Ads Campaign?

Google Hotel Ads has emerged as an important distribution channel for hoteliers to improve online revenue. Manage Google Hotel Ads directly from RateTiger.

https://bit.ly/2TljLp6

Will the definition of a hotel be different by 2025?

The traditional hotel stay might have to make room as other industries enter the hospitality business, sustainable lodging and alternative accommodations become more mainstream and guests continue to chase unique experiences.

http://hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/299784/Will-the-definition-of-a-hotel-be-different-by-2025

Business travel is set for radical change

In 2020, businesses will need to learn from the seamless processes within consumer travel – like intuitive mobile experiences and AI-backed personalized offerings – to fulfill expectations of both traveling employees and enterprise leaders managing travel programs.

https://www.travelmole.com/news_feature.php?news_id=2040963&c=setreg&region=2

Travel SEO: Competing in organic search in 2020 & beyond

In order for smaller travel brands with lesser budgets to be competitive, they need to be more strategic with their efforts and resources and start to do SEO in the way right for their business model and offerings.

https://www.searchenginejournal.com/travel-seo-competing-organic-search/340459/

Booking.com’s Travel Review Awards 2020 spotlight the best in travel

39% of global travelers prefer to stay in a holiday home or apartment over a hotel. While hotels came in as the second most-awarded accommodation type yet again,three quarters of all the winning properties are homes, apartments and other unique places to stay, including everything from boats and igloos to homestays and country houses.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/booking-com-spotlights-best-travel-172800590.html

 Experts predict RevPAR growth for Europe hotels in 2020

Hotels in European markets are expected to record RevPAR increases across 2020 due to mega events and a robust transactions-volume market.

http://hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/299733/Experts-predict-RevPAR-growth-for-Europe-hotels-in-2020

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The Week, That Was – December 2019 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!!

Upscale hotel in Papua New Guinea selects RateTiger for online connectivity

Crown Hotel Port Moresby, an upscale property in Papua New Guinea has selected RateTiger, powered by LiveOS, for increasing their online revenue through optimal distribution. The hotel is using RateTiger’s Channel Manager to manage their rate and room inventory across online sales channels and GDS.

https://bit.ly/35ihcY5

Maldives Travel Trends

Regarded as the epitome of luxury tourism in South Asia, Maldives, with its over 1000 coral islands has emerged as a ‘premier’ brand. Tourism remains the largest economic industry in the country.

https://www.erevmax.com/blog/index.php/2019/12/maldives-travel-trends/

2019 Chinese Outbound Travel Report

Total spending from Chinese travelers covered 158 countries worldwide, and the report suggests that they are increasingly willing to go further afield for the best shopping experiences. Although Japan still topped the list of most-visited destinations, the rest of the top ten overseas shopping locations for Chinese travellers in 2019 dotted the globe.

https://www.moodiedavittreport.com/jing-daily-2019-chinese-outbound-travel-report-key-takeaways/

What is the impact of social media on travel?

Everybody wants to return home with an album full of aesthetic and ‘instagramable’ photos that show off their trip. In fact, 40% of UK Millennial travellers say that they consider how “instagramable” a location is when planning their travels, whether it will look good on their feed and get enough likes.

https://theboar.org/2019/12/what-is-the-impact-of-social-media-on-travel/

How Google is navigating today’s privacy environment

Laws like the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), enacted over a year ago in Europe, and the CCPA, taking effect imminently, introduce new requirements for how businesses collect and use data.

https://www.thinkwithgoogle.com/marketing-resources/data-measurement/google-user-privacy/

How to drive demand during a slow season

Just because a market enters its off-season, it doesn’t mean hoteliers in the area have to halt business. Here are three key ways your hotel can win during a slowdown and maintain a positive revenue stream.

http://www.hotelnewsnow.com/Articles/299192/How-to-drive-demand-during-a-slow-season

Younger travelers more likely to consult with travel advisors

Travelport Global Digital Traveler Research 2019, which mapped travel preferences according to age groups, turned a common assumption on its head, finding that younger travelers are more likely to consult with travel advisors and tour operators for assistance in booking.

https://skift.com/2019/12/10/who-loves-travel-advisors-the-most-its-millennials-not-boomers/

Brand.com, OTA bookings continue to grow

Brand.com year-to-date bookings are up +7.7% compared to the same period last year and are growing faster than OTA (+7.1%), according to new Kalibri Labs data.

https://www.hotelbusiness.com/report-brand-com-ota-bookings-continue-to-grow/

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The Week, That Was – November 2019 Week 4

Spanish hotel chain boosts productivity and connectivity with eRevMax

Spanish hospitality chain Actahotels has recommended eRevMax solutions for online distribution. Twenty properties of the group, including the newly opened 313 room Acta Voraport, have been using RateTiger Channel Manager and Connectivity solutions, powered by LiveOS, for updating rates and availability across multiple OTAs and accessing high quality rate data and insights.

https://bit.ly/2XSYgMJ

Hotelbeds claims to drive high value visitors to hotels

Hotelbeds works with over 60,000 travel agents, tour operators, airlines, and loyalty point schemes from 140 source markets. More than half of bookings through global bedbank Hotelbeds are for stays of more than four nights, the company has disclosed.

https://www.travolution.com/articles/113360/hotelbeds-claims-to-drive-high-value-visitors-to-its-hotel-partners

Google Eyes: More and more travelers are looking to Google

Online travel agencies (OTAs) have always been dominant on meta search channels such as Google but advertising your direct hotel website on Google Hotel Ads provides an opportunity for hotels to divert this traffic to their brand websites.

https://www.sabrehospitality.com/blog/google-eyes-more-and-more-travelers-are-looking-to-google/

Travel Statistics to Know About in 2020

Is your hotel ready to take on 2020? Check out key travel statistics & trends that can help you maximise your hotel online bookings and revenue in the coming year-

https://www.erevmax.com/blog/index.php/2019/11/travel-statistics-to-know-about-in-2020/

Airbnb tests teaming with Google’s vacation rental business in the U.S.

Google waded into its own vacation rental advertising business on its travel pages early in 2019, and in October began giving vacation rentals hotel-like treatment in Google search.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/airbnb-tests-teaming-google-vacation-200037742.html

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