Is this Marek Zymslowski flexing some serious muscles as Jovago.com tries to position itself as more formidable than Mark Essien’s Hotels.ng? Competition in the market place is good, I believe. Interesting to see what these two brands continue to do and the new entrants I foresee coming into the space. Indeed on its face, it looks like there is a lot of money to be made in the hotel booking space.
Lagos, Nigeria, (30th) September 2014 – Jovago, www.jovago.com – Africa’s largest online hotel booking platform, has signed a white label partnership with one of West Africa’s largest regional carriers, Africa World Airlines, to provide more accessible hotel booking services to Africans.
This partnership with Africa World Airlines – which makes Jovago.com their official hotel partner – will ensure that African travelers visiting the Africa World Airlines website http://www.flyafricaworld.com/ can find and book over 200,000 hotels around the world and 5,000 hotels specifically in Africa, which are all available on Jovago.com. This will make it even easier for travelers visiting the website to find and book hotels in a few simple clicks.
Kingsley Chima, the Country Manager of Africa World Airlines, in a statement said “We are very delighted to be partnering with Jovago.com as this white label hotel booking solution will ensure that everyone visiting the website to book flights across Accra, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Liberia can as well book their trips easily from the wide selection of hotels available on Jovago.com”.
As the official hotel partners of Africa World Airlines www.Jovago.com will ensure that travellers booking regional flights on Africa World Airlines can find hotels across Africa and around the world. According to Marek Zmyslowski, Managing Director of Jovago.com, “This is a great achievement for Jovago.com. As the leading hotel booking site in Africa, this is one step towards ensuring that we meet our travelling customers wherever they may be, especially while they are in the booking process. This partnership with Africa World Airlines will make booking hotels online even more accessible for African travelers.”
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