Webjet will buy Zuji’s online travel operations in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore for $US25 million ($23.7 million), in its biggest foray into Asia’s booming travel market. The managing director, John Guscic, said the acquisition of Zuji would.
Webjet, which paid $30m for Zuji in 2013, yesterday announced the sale of the business to Uriel Aviation Holdings, a Hong Kong-based travel technology company for $56m. Webjet’s share price closed yesterday up 43c at $9.75. “We took a lot of costs out.
Stick to the English-language portals— Australia, Hong Kong, and Singapore (Zuji has sites for several other countries, but they will pose translation problems for anyone who's not fluent in at least one Asian language). TIP: The Zuji Travel Secrets page.
Hong Kong ... to advertise Zuji's global travel network. But South African representatives in Hong Kong said the use of the stylised image - which also echoes the Barack Obama “Hope” poster - was an infringement of copyright held by the Nelson.
Webjet shares gained 43 cents, or 4.6 per cent, to $9.75 in a significantly weaker market on the news the company will sell its Hong Kong and Singapore-focused Zuji business to subsidiaries of HK travel technology group Uriel Aviation for $56 million.
are Thai Airways and Air Mauritius (via Bangkok and Mumbai), or Asiana Airlines and Air Mauritius (via Hong Kong) for about $3,188. Emirates all the way seems your best bet. The moral is: If you cannot find a travel site, like Zuji, Opodo, Orbitz.
The locals I came into contact with - the driver, the guide, the waiter ... Charlie Wong Chak-lai, CEO of online travel agency Zuji in Hong Kong, also said Greece was fine, though travellers should bring more euros in cash. Hongkongers already in Greece.
The late Nobel Peace Prize laureate is sandwiched between images of multiple airplanes and hotels with the word “freedom” emblazoned underneath to advertise Zuji’s global travel network. But South African representatives in Hong Kong said the use of.
The late Nobel Peace Prize laureate is sandwiched between images of multiple airplanes and hotels with the word "freedom" emblazoned underneath to advertise Zuji's global travel network. But South African representatives in Hong Kong said the use of the.
Online travel agency Webjet (ASX: WEB) has expanded its market share through the acquisition of fellow online agency Zuji. Zuji has a presence not only in Australia, but also enjoys market leading positions in the Hong Kong and Singapore markets.