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EaseMyTrip expands through three acquisitions in India

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EaseMyTrip expands through three acquisitions in India


Online travel platform EaseMyTrip is acquiring a majority stake in three Indian travel companies.

The acquisitions, which will be paid for through equity shares, are Guideline Travels Holidays, TripShope Travel Technologies and Dook Travels and are part of EaseMyTrip’s growth strategy.

Mumbai-based Guideline offers B2B and B2C services covering cruise retail, group tours, customized travel and MICE (meetings, incentive, conferences and exhibitions) travel.
 
TripShope Travel Technologies, which is based in Kashmir, offers flights, hotels and holidays while New Delhi-based Dook Travels is a destination management specialist operating across Commonwealth of Independent States countries including Russia, Armenia and Kazakhstan, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and India.

Nishant Pitti, co-founder of EaseMyTrip, said: “These three companies have a strong track record and a wealth of experience in their respective areas. Together, with these remarkable travel companies, we extend and embrace to a diverse spectrum of exceptional services catering to larger markets. Together, we are poised to ignite the wanderlust of countless explorers, crafting unforgettable journeys that resonate with every soul and paint the world with the colors of adventure and discovery.”

EaseMyTrip said it is committed to keeping the identities of its three latest acquisitions.

Earlier this year EaseMyTrip acquired a controlling stake in hotel booking app CheQin with Pitti saying at the time that the company is focused on the growth of non-air segments.

The company listed on the Indian stock exchange BSE in 2021 and also acquired B2B hotels platform Traviate

EaseMyTrip has also signaled a plan to raise funds to support the growth of the company through the issue of equity shares.

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