TRVG - トリバゴ (trivago N.V.)

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   Edtech startup StudySmarter raised $15 million in a funding round backed by Left Lane Ventures using this pitch deck  2021/05/08 09:00:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement German edtech startup StudySmarter recently raised $15 million in a funding round that counted Owl Ventures and Left Lane Capital among the backers. The online learning platform, which helps students develop study plans, create flashcards, and access publishers' content, has thrived in Germany, Australia, and Switzerland. Since it was founded in 2017, the company has accrued more than a million users and locked in a deal to produce educational content for publishing giant Pearson. Owl Ventures is best known for backing edtech startups like upskilling firm Degreed, and learning app Byju. Left Lane has already landed a wealth of investments in high-profile firms, including meal kit supplier Hello Fresh and travel site Trivago . StudySmarter also won angel investment from Lars Fjeldsoe-Nielsen , a former Uber VP and ex-partner at Balderton Capital. "StudySmarter is further democratizing access to educational materials with a seamless user experience and rapidly expanding content catalogue," said Vinny Pujji, Managing Partner at Left Lane Capital .
   How Expedia and Booking.com could reap the benefits of the pandemic's online shopping boom as tourism returns  2021/04/02 14:02:34 Business Insider
Summary List Placement It's been a big year for digital businesses as more consumers have shifted their spending online amid the pandemic. For example, e-commerce spending has exploded to new heights, growing about 27.6% to reach $4.28 trillion in 2020, according to eMarketer . The market research company additionally estimated that 7.4 million consumers would make an online purchase for the first time in 2020. And, analysts argue, that shift in spending could give a boost to at least one category that has traditionally lagged behind others in terms of digital adoption: travel. According to an April 2020 McKinsey report about the Covid-19 pandemic, only 37% of travel is currently booked online, compared to 73% of banking transactions, 61% of grocery purchases, and 45% of apparel purchases. For travel, digital adoption includes everything from hotels and airfare to cruises. But, that low rate of digital business could reverse for the travel industry as more consumers have grown accustomed to doing more of their spending online during the pandemic. 75% of people making use of digital channels for the first time during the pandemic said they would continue to do so once the threat of the virus recedes, according to McKinsey.
   Early Twitter backer Insight Pollinates £36m stake in UK fintech  2021/03/18 13:20:00 Sky News
An early backer of technology giants including Twitter and Trivago is leading a $50m (£36m) investment in a British-based fintech group set up by one of Boris Johnson’s top business advisers.
   Wells Fargo Stick to Their Hold Rating for trivago NV By Investing.com  2021/02/19 09:22:01 Investing.com
Wells Fargo Stick to Their Hold Rating for trivago NV
   How Expedia Makes Money: Retail, B2B, trivago  2021/02/14 20:13:51 Investopedia
Expedia's retail travel business generates big profits, but faces a major slowdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
   How Expedia and Booking.com could reap the benefits of the pandemic's online shopping boom as tourism returns  2021/04/02 14:02:34 Business Insider
Summary List Placement It's been a big year for digital businesses as more consumers have shifted their spending online amid the pandemic. For example, e-commerce spending has exploded to new heights, growing about 27.6% to reach $4.28 trillion in 2020, according to eMarketer . The market research company additionally estimated that 7.4 million consumers would make an online purchase for the first time in 2020. And, analysts argue, that shift in spending could give a boost to at least one category that has traditionally lagged behind others in terms of digital adoption: travel. According to an April 2020 McKinsey report about the Covid-19 pandemic, only 37% of travel is currently booked online, compared to 73% of banking transactions, 61% of grocery purchases, and 45% of apparel purchases. For travel, digital adoption includes everything from hotels and airfare to cruises. But, that low rate of digital business could reverse for the travel industry as more consumers have grown accustomed to doing more of their spending online during the pandemic. 75% of people making use of digital channels for the first time during the pandemic said they would continue to do so once the threat of the virus recedes, according to McKinsey.
   Early Twitter backer Insight Pollinates £36m stake in UK fintech  2021/03/18 13:20:00 Sky News
An early backer of technology giants including Twitter and Trivago is leading a $50m (£36m) investment in a British-based fintech group set up by one of Boris Johnson’s top business advisers.
   Wells Fargo Stick to Their Hold Rating for trivago NV By Investing.com  2021/02/19 09:22:01 Investing.com
Wells Fargo Stick to Their Hold Rating for trivago NV
   How Expedia Makes Money: Retail, B2B, trivago  2021/02/14 20:13:51 Investopedia
Expedia's retail travel business generates big profits, but faces a major slowdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
   trivago (NASDAQ:TRVG) Releases Quarterly Earnings Results, Hits Expectations  2021/02/10 20:42:41 Transcript Daily
trivago (NASDAQ:TRVG) issued its earnings results on Tuesday. The technology company reported ($0.02) earnings per share for the quarter, hitting the Zacks’ consensus estimate of ($0.02), Fidelity Earnings reports. trivago had a negative return on equity of 2.98% and a negative net margin of 62.12%. trivago stock traded up $0.14 during trading on Wednesday, reaching […]
   Wells Fargo Stick to Their Hold Rating for trivago NV By Investing.com  2021/02/19 09:22:01 Investing.com
Wells Fargo Stick to Their Hold Rating for trivago NV
   How Expedia Makes Money: Retail, B2B, trivago  2021/02/14 20:13:51 Investopedia
Expedia's retail travel business generates big profits, but faces a major slowdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
   trivago (NASDAQ:TRVG) Releases Quarterly Earnings Results, Hits Expectations  2021/02/10 20:42:41 Transcript Daily
trivago (NASDAQ:TRVG) issued its earnings results on Tuesday. The technology company reported ($0.02) earnings per share for the quarter, hitting the Zacks’ consensus estimate of ($0.02), Fidelity Earnings reports. trivago had a negative return on equity of 2.98% and a negative net margin of 62.12%. trivago stock traded up $0.14 during trading on Wednesday, reaching […]
   Travel Site CEO Sees a 'Change in Sentiment' on Regulating Google  2021/02/10 17:35:02 Breitbart News
The CEO of travel booking site Trivago believes that the attitudes towards the world's biggest tech firms have changed. Axel Hefer believes world governments are warming to taking on Google's stranglehold on the internet, stating: “There is an increasing understanding that you need to set some rules that are specific to the digital world, as you’ve done in the offline world a long time ago."
   There has been a ‘change in sentiment’ on regulating Google, travel firm CEO says  2021/02/10 11:46:23 CNBC
Axel Hefer, the chief executive of European travel booking firm Trivago, believes attitudes toward the world's biggest technology companies have changed.

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