The OYO programme plans to add more than 200 properties in Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Chennai in south India, Delhi and Noida in the north, Kolkata and Siliguri in the east and Mumbai in the west
Hospitality major OYO on Thursday announced a programme to mentor first-generation hoteliers owning more than five running properties.
The programme, which will initially have 30 hoteliers, will provide technology, relationship managers, financial support, and access to OYO's network of more than 15,000 corporate accounts and 10,000 travel agents in India.
“We come across many hoteliers whose aspiration for growth and their business acumen far exceeds the capital and resources available to them,” said Anuj Tejpal, chief merchant officer, OYO. “OYO had tried to support their growth in the past in whatever manner we could. However, we realized that we will be able to encourage many more such hoteliers if we provide special focus to this initiative and move in a
First Published: Mar 16 2023 | 5:25 PM IST