Booking.com’s parent company Booking Holdings has yet to recover from the effects of the pandemic. Revenue in the first quarter was $1.1 billion, half of the same period last year. Compared with the loss of US$699 million in the first quarter of 2020, the loss of US$55 million is not bad.
Chief Financial Officer Glenn Fogel Look There are signs of recovery, especially in the United States. The company did consider the uncertain market.
Chief Marketing Officer Arjan Dijk and NU.nl It was announced earlier today that this Dutch company is not attractive to us. “When I started booking two years ago, I really thought that the Dutch thought this was the best company in the country. Everyone was proud of a Dutch technology company that played such a role in the world.
The reason, among other things, is the current fuss about the salary support program. Booking.com is very attractive, although it still made considerable profits a year ago. Now, reservations are allowed to keep work for a longer period of time. Even so, a quarter of the employees in the world, including the Netherlands, were also bid farewell.