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Qunar’s benchmark for excellence – just being the best as any OTA can be
Qunar believes it has an opportunity to step up the average volume figure per hotel on the direct network and wants it to be on par with peers in mature travel markets.
China's IT giants fail to wrest control of online travel market from Ctrip and Qunar
Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent (BAT) are looking to grab a large share of the online travel business but OTA bosses Crip and Qunar push back hard with O2O model.
Tencent to complete US$1 billion investment in Meituan-Dianping
Tencent will soon complete an investment of US$1 billion in the newly merged Meituan-Dianping. The new company’s is valued at US$20 billion.
Qunar files anti-trust report against Ctrip’s acquisition of eLong with MOC
Qunar has accusing its arch rival Ctrip of breaching Anti-Monopoly Law and the State’s declaration threshold guidelines in its acquisition of eLong.
Qunar claims to be China’s largest mobile hotel booking platform in Q2 2015
Qunar achieved an average of more than 300,000 daily hotel room nights stayed in peak days in the week of July 27th.
Dark horse Meituan overtakes Qunar with 33 million hotel room night sales
After leveraging massive investment to capture first place in the lifestyle service segment, Meituan is eager to take down top OTA player for hotel bookings.
Meituan-Dianping launches air ticket booking to challenge top dog Ctrip
Meituan-Dianping has quietly launched air ticketing service online to add to the earlier release of hotel booking functions.
Expedia sees a bright future in China
Expedia has a two-fold approach for each and every market. Firstly, building own brands organically and secondly, partnering with strong local brands. Currently,the company is looking at optimizing marketing mix, looking at new payment options other than Alipay and also sharpening hotel content via contracting as well as tie-ups with local OTAs.
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