Booking.com for the first time in history announced revenue in business with private renters

first_imgThat Booking.com is the world’s leading company in offering accommodation with the largest number of unique accommodation facilities is confirmed by the fact that in the segment of non-hotel accommodation revenue of $ 2018 billion in 2,8, which accounts for 20% of the company’s total annual revenue (faster growth than overall revenue growth and excellent profitability). In the third quarter of 2018 alone, a record revenue of more than $ 1 billion was generated in this segment, which clearly speaks of the day-to-day expansion of accommodation in non-hotel facilities globally. The company also discloses information as to how 40% of active Booking.com users have booked some of the non-hotel accommodation options in the last 12 months available on the Booking.com page, which shows the need of travelers for the most diverse offer of accommodation on one platform – from hotels to holiday homes.   RELATED NEWS: For the first time in the history of its business, the Booking Holdings group discloses data on Booking.com’s revenues generated in the business of non-hotel accommodation facilities (apartments, holiday homes and other unique accommodation facilities).center_img The non-hotel accommodation segment is extremely important in the business of Booking.com, which achieved great growth in 2018, ending the year with 5,7 million registered accommodation units on the Booking.com page (more than any other non-hotel booking company). This figure also shows an increase of 18% compared to the previous year.  MINISTRY OF TOURISM: UNIQUE CREDIT LINE FOR PRIVATE RENTERS PRESENTEDlast_img read more

Germany 2-2 Australia: Lukas Podolski denies Socceroos famous win

first_imgNothing could separate the world and Asian champions at the Fritz-Walter-Stadion as Germany and Australia played out a 2-2 friendly draw.The Socceroos were playing their first game since coming out on top in the Asian Cup on home soil back in January and they will be further buoyed by their latest result.It was Germany who opened the scoring through Marco Reus after he slotted home a Sami Khedira pass – and Joachim Loew’s men looked for a period like they might run away with the match.Australia, however, weathered the storm and despite the home team dominating much of the play, they were soon level before the break through James Troisi, who headed home Matt McKay’s dangerous cross into the box.A famous win looked like it might be on for the Socceroos as Mile Jedinak edged them in front with a free-kick after the restart, but substitute Lukas Podolski ensured Germany’s late pressure was not in vain as he converted Andre Schuerrle’s delivery from close range to level proceedings.–last_img read more