RoomPriceGenie, The First Revenue Management Solution Built For Small Hotels

STEINHAUSEN, Switzerland, Oct. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — RoomPriceGenie’s revenue management software was specifically designed to help optimize and automate pricing for small to mid-size hotels. Pricing is one of the most important factors for success; however smaller properties typically lack the expertise to do a good job. RoomPriceGenie is the first platform created for this market that offers an affordable revenue management system to meet small hotel specific needs and budgets.

ROOMPRICEGENIE THE FIRST AFFORDABLE REVENUE MANAGEMENT SOLUTION BUILT FOR SMALL HOTELS

Small properties generally are very focused on guest-experience and don’t have much time for pricing. Often they sell their inventory too cheaply, or lose revenue because they don’t realize they are charging too much.

RoomPriceGenie, a Hotel-Tech startup, offers a tool that is simple to set up and easy to use. Small hoteliers can sit back, relax and focus on their guests, knowing they are getting the maximum

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Early line has Auburn as small favorite against South Carolina

I think Vegas is starting to catch up on this Auburn team.



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After a two-point victory for the Tigers in which they were 14-point favorites  against the Razorbacks, early lines from Sin City have Gus Malzahn’s team as just three-point favorites as they travel to Columbia, SC to take on the South Carolina Gamecocks.

Will Muschamp’s team got its first victory of the season on Saturday in a 41-7 win at Vanderbilt. Gamecocks running back Kevin Harris was the star for the game, rushing for 171 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries.

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Here are early lines for the other SEC action on Saturday:

Georgia at Alabama (-5)

Kentucky at Tennessee (-7)

Ole Miss (-2) at Arkansas

Texas A&M (-7) at Mississippi State

LSU at Florida (-13.5)

Vanderbilt at Missouri (-16)

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Treebo Hotels Raises $6 Mn In Funding to Ramp up its Tech Offering to Small and Medium Hotels

The funding round was led by Treebo’s existing investors Matrix Partners India, SAIF Partners, Ward Ferry and Bertelsmann India.

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Bengaluru-based budget hospitality chain Treebo Group of Hotels has raised USD 6 million in a funding round led by its existing investors Matrix Partners India, SAIF Partners, Ward Ferry and Bertelsmann India.

“The investment will assist the establishment toughen up its defenses against the COVID-19 pandemic, which has had a brutal blow on the financial system, particularly the travel sector,” the company said in a statement.

Treebo operates over 600 hotels in more than 100 cities across the country, competing with the likes of Oyo Hotels & Homes, FabHotels, Yatra, MakeMyTrip and ClearTrip.

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Demand for cruises on small ships jumps in wake of COVID pandemic



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Is a cruise on a smaller ship the safest way to go in the era of COVID-19?

A growing number of cruise fans apparently think so, judging from the high number of bookings that are coming in for 2021 sailings at cruise lines that specialize in small ships.

In session after session this week at Seatrade Cruise Virtual, an online version of the cruise industry’s annual meetup, small-ship cruise line executives said bookings for the coming year were booming, thanks to a newfound interest in smaller vessels.

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“They’re huge guys. They really are,” Susan Shultz-Gelino, vice president for trade relations at small-ship specialist American

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Evers announces $109 million in grants for Wisconsin small businesses hurt by pandemic

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Gov. Tony Evers speaks to reporters in his office at the Wisconsin State Capitol in December 2019. (Photo: Molly Beck, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

As the Wisconsin economy continues to struggle six months into the coronavirus crisis, Gov. Tony Evers has announced $109 million in new and renewed grant funding for small businesses.

Among those that stand to benefit: music venues, hotels, restaurants, bars, nonprofit cultural venues, and privately owned movie theaters.

“It’s really focused on our mom-and-pops, our Main Street businesses. We want to get dollars into their hands,” said Missy Hughes, CEO of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. “These businesses are so stressed. It would really help with what they’re facing.”

Evers announced the grants Tuesday, which will use money earmarked by the federal CARES Act that passed in March. The same day, President Donald Trump rejected Democrats’ latest offer for an additional COVID-19 stimulus package, saying he

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Charleston, Greenville SC named Conde Nast best small cities

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Two South Carolina cities got a much-needed boost Tuesday when Condé Nast Traveler magazine announced they were among the 10 best small cities in the United States.

For the 10th straight year, Charleston was named the nation’s best, while Greenville made the list at No. 6. It was the fourth year for Greenville and an increase from the No. 9 spot in 2018 and 2019. In 2017, the Upstate city ranked third.

“Our place on this prestigious list will hasten our economic recovery,” Greenville Mayor Knox White said in a news release.

The shutdown of businesses in the spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic hurt cities across the country. Greenville hotels have seen business drop by two-thirds, according to the city of Greenville. In Charleston, the tourism industry revenue in March and April was half what it was in 2019, about $1 billionExplore Charleston’s

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Reno airport named one of best small airports in US by travel magazine

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Reno-Tahoe International Airport received a feather in its flight cap after being named one of the top 10 small airports in the U.S. by a travel magazine.

The Discoverer called Reno-Tahoe International a great alternative to the more jam-packed San Francisco International Airport — especially for folks headed to Lake Tahoe.

“It’s a quicker commute and you get to skip all the Bay Area traffic and head straight to the serene lakeside,” The Discoverer wrote. “Plus, Reno has all the trappings of a big city airport — including slot machines — without the hassle.”

“These accolades directly reflect the hard-working and exemplary staff at the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority and our tenant and community partners,” Daren Griffin, airport president and CEO, said in a prepared statement.

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2021 Cadillac CT4 and CT5 Add Super Cruise, Get Small Price Hike



a car parked in front of a building: The Cadillac sedans will now offer Super Cruise with automated lane change and add several other tech features, with base prices up a few hundred dollars.


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The Cadillac sedans will now offer Super Cruise with automated lane change and add several other tech features, with base prices up a few hundred dollars.

  • The 2021 Cadillac CT4 and CT5 will offer Super Cruise for the first time and get small price hikes for this coming model year.
  • The CT4 and CT5 get other small updates, such as an optional 12.0-inch digital gauge cluster.
  • The two sedans will arrive at dealerships this fall.

Super Cruise is finally making its way across Cadillac’s lineup after it was first made available in 2017 on the now discontinued CT6. For 2021, the CT4and CT5 will offer Super Cruise with automated highway lane changing, alongside several other tech updates and a price hike of up to $400 across the sedans’ four trim levels.

The 2021 CT4 will start at $34,390, a $400 jump from the outgoing model year, and

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