By redefining traveler expectations and establishing a new type of lodging, Airbnb built the second most valuable travel company in the world in just a decade. As investors consider the Airbnb IPO, we analyse key questions facing the company. How will the Airbnb brand, hosts, guests, competitors & COVID impact its IPO?
A hunger for innovation and growth has driven Airbnb since its inception. As the distance between Airbnb and its unique origins has grown, so has the hunger, and need, to find new unique offerings. The IPO provides a moment to revisit some of these initiatives, such as Airbnb Experiences, Airbnb Plus & mid-term stays.
Airbnb has positioned and acquitted itself as THE alternative to hotels. Synonymous though it is with vacation rentals, Airbnb faces competition from big budget companies. While the biggest threat to Airbnb’s revenue is a fall in reservations, the most likely driver of this scenario is competition. The strength of Airbnb’s competitors therefore carries big weight in the forthcoming Airbnb IPO.
Airbnb’s vision of ‘belonging anywhere’ has captured the imagination and custom of millions. With brand so critical in a travel industry dominated by Google, a question surrounding the Airbnb IPO is: just how powerful is the Airbnb brand? Moreover, can it retain and attract yet more consumers to continue to grow in the face of changing demand and competition?
In the wake of the biggest travel destabiliser in modern history, new habits are forming. Vacation rentals are seeing more domestic guests than ever before, forcing property managers to optimise their strategies. Learn the % domesticity in your market and which countries have seen their demand shift most significantly.
Preparing a proposal for a new owner or property can be one of the most time consuming, critical and common tasks that a property manager has to face day to day.
In this article we are going to show you how to use our free google sheet template for estimating revenue for a new property and building a solid client proposal.