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Recently launched website attracting interest

Recently launched website attracting solid interest

The Hospitality Association of NZ and innovative Irish established company In1 Solutions Ltd launched the official HANZ accommodation website www.nzaccommodationonline.comin Queenstown last week. The new website, available to HANZ member properties exclusively, enables real-time accommodation bookings to be made by travelers from all over the world up to 12 months in advance.

HANZ members are benefiting from the relationship with In1 Solutions who have already successfully established similar websites in the highly competitive Irish and Spanish markets and will include Holland later this year. The website is already delivering solid bookings at lower commissions to HANZ members.

“Interest from HANZ members keen to list their properties is steady with impetus coming from the site going live earlier this month and the launch and associated informative seminars at the HANZ conference last week” commented HANZ CEO Bruce Robertson.

“It was a fantastic opportunity for our members to put questions directly to Victor Garland the Commercial Director of In1 Solutions Ltd who was in NZ from Ireland for the launch and our conference and our members liked what they heard” Bruce Robertson went on to say.

“www.nzaccommodationonline.comoffers HANZ members a way to increase their profitability through greater control, excellent worldwide promotion and lower commissions, so it’s a fantastic product for our members all round and we’re encouraging them to get on board with it!” said Bruce Robertson.


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