Digital marketing startup for hotels buuteeq has announced having expanded their team with the addition of Karim Meghji as Chief Product Officer and VP of Engineering. The news of Meghji’s appointment, along with other staffing and product additions, comes at a time when buuteeq is rapidly expanding their reach globally.
Yesterday, Sabre Hospitality Solutions announced the expansion of their Internet marketing products and services across Europe with the launch of WebExpress. WebExpress, available for European, Middle Eastern, and Asian hotels, provides a managers and staff with a combination of tools for visibility and web traffic, and etc. Monique Jaspers-Wijn, vice president business development, EMEA, for […]
Thousands of hotels around the world have active social media profiles, where they do more than building customer satisfaction by identifying customer problems, and answering to their questions and concerns. These hotels actively sell rooms, through special offers and promotions, offer giveaways and prizes, and see tangible ROI.
Argophilia Travel’s sister company, leading digital public relations and marketing firm Pamil Visions PR, has just announced having launched Voyage PRide business relationship practices. Designed to help businesses integrate all aspects of their customer relations via innovative social and PR practices, Voyage PRide is tailored to help hospitality businesses gain digital influence.
For new hotels, establishing an online footprint before they open their doors has never been so important. It’s vital that hotel operators generate buzz ahead of the big day, not only to ensure a house full of guests, but also so they can escape from the clutches of expensive OTAs garnishing their profits.
Flip.to, an amplified word of mouth innovator that helps hotels gain conversions via guest spreading the good word, has announced adding more North America sales execs.
buuteeq, the world’s first so called Digital Marketing System for Hotels, has just announced their most recent product enhancements. According to the startup, a new Design Concierge and buuteeq graphical facelift will greatly enhance hotelier on site conversions and ROI.
Online marketing startup buuteeq, which we covered briefly some time back, has just announced having raised another $10 million in funding. The funding round, led by Madrona Venture Group and by Concur, brings buuteeq’s total capital raised to some $17 million thus far. Along with this news, the startup also announced the addition of Concur CEO, Steve Singh and Madrona Partner, and Tim Porter to the company’s board of directors.
World Independent Hotels Promotion (WIHP) has just announced a sweet partnership with leading meta comparison site Trivago, one which could end up being a sort of strategic masterpiece. Testing their so called DirectPack ad platform with Trivago, WIHP’s test hotels achieved a 10x ROI with no sweat, according to WIHP’s Marketing experts. The implications of this news may not be readily obvious, we suggest you read on.
News from budding marketing marvel buuteeq suggests their dital marketing system (DMS) for independent hotels is gaining momentum. Powering online reservartions online, on mobile, and via social media, the startup launched back in 2011 is now engaging hoteliers across 15 countries.
One of the most crucial aspects of any online business is the landing page of the website. Nowhere is this more crucial than for any hospitality company, and in particular hoteliers. We have typed ourselves to bloody fingers, talked ourselves blue in the face, but still even wonderfully lavish hotels offer up hamburger to their prime rib consuming visitors.
Augustus Collection, the boutique umbrella sales and marketing specialists for hotels, hotel groups, travel technology and travel media companies, has today announced a new partnership with one of Bulgaria’s most prestigious Black Sea resorts.
World Independent Hotels Promotion (WIHP), in a deal with TripAdvisor, has enhanced their “Show Price” PPC ad capability there by including budgetary control for hoteliers.
Have you ever Google’d before going on a trip, only to run across one crappy website after another in search of a hotel? Face it, despite all the technology advances, the mobile breakthroughs enabling us like never before, hotel websites still suck. WIHP aims to change all that.
In hotel news, Prague will see the opening of the Fusion Hotel. This chic affair coming to the city center should satisfy city visitors with a contemporary taste for the edgy, even the funky. €15 million, and a play at being the most moody and raw accomodation in all the Czech Republic, hotel marketing gurus WIHP called the Fusion design something “Andy Warhol and Le Corbusier would have collaborated on.”