Cultuzz and RateTiger Simplify eBay Hotel Bookings

  • eRevMax
  • 04.01.11
Cultuzz Digital Media GmbH, specialist in online distribution and one of the world’s largest service provider for eBay hotel bookings, has partnered with RateTiger to offer hoteliers an easier update on eBay alongside other distribution outlets.

Cultuzz Digital Media GmbH, specialist in online distribution and one of the world’s largest service provider for eBay hotel bookings, has partnered with RateTiger to offer hoteliers an easier update on eBay alongside other distribution outlets.

Cultuzz, via CultBay, is a service provider that has implemented direct bookings for hotels on eBay. The agreement makes RateTiger one of the first channel managers able to distribute inventory and rates to eBay via the CultBay platform.

eBay has become one of the largest international online marketplaces with 14 percent of global e-commerce and over 275 million users worldwide. “Hoteliers need to take advantage of both traditional online sales channels as well as exploring new opportunities to secure bookings and generate more revenue,” said Sascha Hausmann, CEO, eRevMax. “eBay is the largest ecommerce platform in the world and the opportunities for the travel industry are immense. Our connection will make updates seamless for hotels.”

“Hotels have been using eBay successfully as a sales channel for a number of years now,” said Dr. Reinhard Vogel, founder and CEO, Cultuzz. “Selling rooms on eBay offers hotels access to a unique customer base and enables hoteliers to steer guests towards low seasons and periods of low occupancy. And, the beauty of it all, bookings on eBay are prepaid and non-refundable. The channel management connection with RateTiger will make the update and management process easier and help hotels maintain better rate strategies.”




Related Articles
want to read more articles like this?

want to read more articles like this?

Sign up to receive our twice-a-month Watercooler and Siegel Sez Newsletters and never miss another article or news story.