The company’s bookings have dropped by about 85% due to the COVID-19, but it continues to increase by about 3,000 properties per month.
Moovit is a mobility-as-a-service platform that has more than 800 million users and services across 3,100 cities and 102 countries.
Resort operation in the first two months grew 8% despite the COVID-19 outbreak since late January.
A third of its guests are business travelers, and the company plans to focus on expanding that share this year.
This investment also marks JD.com’s foray into the tourism industry, which is being hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
ITILITE’s USP is the incentive program through which employees of its clients are rewarded for the savings they make for their company during travel.
The Series D round took the total capital raised by Airwallex to over $360 million.
All major PMS providers in China now have OTA investors following this deal.
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