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TripAdvisor launches holiday rentals in India; what’s on offer?

Friday, April 11, 2014 | More »

TripAdvisor, an online travel review and recommendation site has launched holiday rentals on TripAdvisor Holiday Rentals India, allowing travellers to search and compare more than 5.5 lakh properties around the world. “An average Indian family comprising of two adults and two children can save...


Nikhil Ganju, country manager, TripAdvisor India on expansion plans, monetisation strategy & growth of OTA sector

Online travel reviews and recommendation site TripAdvisor claims to be the most popular travel planning site in India. The site had launched its ‘TripAdvisor Business Listings’ for Indian property owners of both hotels and restaurants in April last year and the company claims that the service ha...

20 September, 2013 | More »


Mobile, Social Media Changing Today’s Travel: TripAdvisor’s India Country Manager

TripAdvisor.com is Expedia, Inc’s online travel forum, offering hotel reviews, flight information and travel guides. In 2010, TripAdvisor Media Group’s revenue stood at $486 million. Nikhil Ganju became the country manager for TripAdvisor India in May 2011. Ganju discusses the social networking ...

10 November, 2011 | More »

Brands Should Build Social Media Objectives

With the reach of digital overtaking that of large mainstream newspapers and given the additional advantage of cost effectiveness compared to traditional media, social media marketing is set to boom in India. In a session on making money from social media, that was part of the Travel Distribution Su...

12 October, 2011 | More »

Tripadvisor Appoints Nikhil Ganju Country Manager – India

Nikhil Ganju, who was the Marketing Director at Expedia Inc’s online travel forum TripAdvisor.com, has been elevated to the role of Country Manager – India, Alootechie reports. Last month, Tripadvisor split up from its parent company Expedia Inc. The board approved the set up of a separa...

2 May, 2011 | More »