India based multinational hotel chain Oyo, announced the partnership with Adventure Women India on Thursday 10th November 2022.

The partnership will be long term with the travel group, which aims to encourage women to be adventurous and active.

The Company stated that the members of the group will be eligible for all the benefits offered, as a part of the engagement.

The statement also include that it will be convenient for members to choose from clean, safe and affordable accommodations.

Adventure Women India has a strong network of 1.5 Lakh members of 25-45 years of age.

The travel company enlists hospitality industries like hotels and travel agencies and allows its members to choose their travel providers and vendors.

“The partnership with Oyo will help them identify and book hotels that best suit their preferences in terms of budget and location.” Oyo stated

Over the years there has been a surge in the solo trips, people are more attracted towards experiencing adventure.

Oyo’s Chief Growth Officer said that women have set trend by going on solo trips.

He also said that Oyo wants to brace such women, in order to more women from India to make their solo travelling possible.

Mr. Kavikrut said that Oyo is happy with the decision of pairing up with Adventure women India, to support in their mission.

According to the Oyo Travelopedia 2022 Report, most of the consumers have shared that they want to go on solo trip as a part of their Bucket List for this year.

The hotel chain witnessed a similar trend prior Covid-19 pandemic, where there was 63 percent rise in the hotel room bookings, which was done by women.

About the Company

The hotel Chain Oyo, was set up in the year 2012 by Mr. Ritesh Agarwal based in India.

The company has spread its properties in 800 cities across 80 countries, which include Malaysia, Nepal, China, UK, UAE, Japan, USA, and so on.

Over the years, the company has joined hands with several other organisations like Airbnb, Hotelbeds .

The company has invested in its businesses based in South Asia including India, in order to increase the infrastructure.

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