Oyo’s Firing Spree — By-Product Of A Highly Combustible Business Model?

Oyo’s business model is filled with gaping voids just like WeWork, which turned out to be a spectacular bust and an embarrassing setback for Softbank when the market rejected its IPO valuation

CCI relieves OYO of predatory pricing allegations

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) order confirmed that OYO is not a dominant player. The order recommended that OYO is a significant player in the market for franchise service for budget hotels in India. The Competition Commission of India…

Oyo becomes largest hotel brand in China

Oyo Hotels and Homes said on Tuesday it has expanded its presence to more than 337 cities in China with five lakh rooms and emerged as the largest single hotel brand.

OYO’s customer loyalty reaches 1.5 million

OYO hotels & homes, South Asia’s largest, China’s 2nd largest, and the world’s 6th largest and fastest-growing chain of leased and franchised hotels, homes & living spaces, today announced that OYO Wizard, India’s largest hospitality paid loyalty program, has reached 1.5 million subscribers, contributing to approximately 25 per cent of OYO bookings.

Inspired by JD.com, OYO forms integrity committee in China

Inspired by JD.com, OYO forms integrity committee in China OYO Hotels & homes – South Asia’s largest, China’s 2nd largest, and the world’s 6th largest chain of hotels, homes, and quality spaces – in an effort to uphold its commitment…

Co-living startups: New rockstars of the shared economy

House hunting across cities is mostly a nightmare for paying guests (PGs) in India. But with the rise of co-living startups, help is round the corner. HEAD SHOT Co-living startups are coming up at a fast pace to disrupt the…

Newsline | Why India’s startup story is just getting started

Indian startups have witnessed a surge in investor confidence as of late, but the ecosystem has a long way to go before it catches up with the likes of China and US The year 2018 saw a flurry of deal…

Indian online firms more adventurous than US and UK?

Indian online companies rank 11th for overseas expansion according to a survey by Stripe. The list was led by Singapore and Hong Kong. By Lee Kah Whye San Fransisco [USA], Feb 04 (ANI): Singapore and Hong Kong are the number one…

OYO stuck between a ‘Soft’ and a hard place!

Give us back our rooms Hotel owners across India are forming associations to protest allegedly unfair business practices by OYO. They are agitated at the 25-30% in commissions being charged as well as high discounts being offered by players like…

OYO tees off on global turfs, with India in the rough

Even as its India business faces the ire of hotel associations, OYO is hiring top leadership across key markets to drive its aggressive international growth plans. Backed by its grand vision and investment support of Softbank Vision Fund, OYO Hotels…