Accor and meetago ties up for developing connectivity solutions for its core meeting and events business

Accor, Meetago, Technology solutions, Hospitality, Strategic international partnership, Events, Business
by manfred h vogel mhvogelde

Accor and Meetago agreed on a strategic international partnership for its core meeting and events business. This deeper level of cooperation was officially stamped and sealed on the basis of their already existing successful collaboration. As one of the biggest players in Central Europe and  an expert in booking and software solutions in the fields of meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE ), meetago will be offering its technology and services to Accor.  Furthermore, the partnership aims to make booking and managing conferences, events and business meetings faster, more global and more efficient for hotels and event organisers. It will make meeting demand from corporate customers easier and will promote the continued international expansion of the meeting business of both partners.

“Through the strategic partnership with meetago, we are responding to growing demand from our corporate customers and we will be making our offer available centrally via one platform in the future. We also provide more comprehensive and efficient services with a higher level of digitalisation to the conference industry”, said Sabine Toplak, Accor vice president sales, Central Europe.

These services will not only be offered in the DACH (Germany-Austria-Switzerland) region, but across Europe and in a few key source markets such as the US and China. With the launch of this partnership, the jointly developed connectivity solution will be available to more than 1,600 meeting hotels worldwide. The offer is focused on a comprehensive and attractive portfolio of meeting and conference hotels across all brands.

“We are very pleased to be expanding our collaboration with Accor, which will further advance our global growth. We want to use innovative ideas to provide an excellent user experience”, explained Udo Lülsdorf, ceo and founder of meetago.

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