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OYO expands international presence to Nepal

By : CIOL Writers

Just after a year of announcing its international foray in Malaysia, online hotel aggregator OYO Rooms has now expanded its presence in Nepal with the launch of its first hotel in Kathmandu. OYO Founder and CEO Ritesh Agarwal said, “OYO has been at the

Oyo Rooms reportedly closes $250mn financing round led by SoftBank

By : CIOL Writers

Online hotel booking platform, OYO Rooms is reportedly closing a $250-million financing round led by its existing investor SoftBank. The latest funding will be used to expand company’s reach further and for growing new formats like OYO Townhouse for which the

Now bots will help you book OYO rooms

By : CIOL Writers

After launching early check-in feature, OYO has entered into a partnership with niki.ai, to enable users to book an OYO room using niki.ai’s bot – a unique personal assistant application powered by artificial intelligence. Consumers can now easily search and

OYO launches ‘Sunrise Check-in’ to assure check-in starts from 6 AM

By : CIOL Writers

Whether we are on vacation or out for work, strict schedules for hotel check-in times is always one of the biggest pain-points. However, OYOs ‘Sunrise Check-in’ – a first-of-its-kind initiative aims to create sharp disruption in the prevalent hotel check-in

OYO using data science to read consumer behaviour

BANGALORE, INDIA: To cater to the varying needs of today’s travelers, hotel aggregator, OYO is now studying consumer behavior using qualitative and quantitative data science research. Ritesh Agarwal, Founder & CEO of OYO at Tech in Asia’s conference in Bangalore

Flipkart beats Amazon & Google to be the most preferred co in India to work for

BANGALORE, INDIA: Do you know where India wants to work? The name might surprise you. It is not any MNC like Google, Facebook or Amazon. The LinkedIn data shows that Flipkart has topped the list top 25 companies in India

Affordable technology redefining Indian consumer market

By : CIOL Writers

The rubric of consumer commerce in India is witnessing an overhaul. A smartphone worth Rs 251 only and the rapid rollouts of 3G and 4G services are a clear indicator of a whirlwind of change in the commercial consumption of