Jovago holds media meet-up in Lahore

Press Release

Lahore, 21st April 2016: Jovago an Online Hotel Booking website in its aim to promote tourism and create awareness to book hotels online, holds a media meet up in Lahore. The Purpose of this media meet up is to support the Pakistani tourism, enhance relationship with media and bloggers community, and share insights about Jovago by creating awareness about the spectacular places and hotel industry around the country.

Jovago’s senior management and team met with the key media representatives to talk about Jovago’s one year journey in Pakistan, future plans, strategies and policies to promote tourism in Pakistan. Talking about this event, the Country Manager of Jovago Nadine Malik said “Jovago.com is an entity that aspires to support tourism with its constant and endless efforts. The event is intended to serve as a platform to increase networking amongst bloggers by sharing tips and insights about Jovago and its working in Pakistan that will serve the purpose gracefully.”

With many bookings from in and out of the country, Jovago is proving successful in the promotion of tourism. The event was very successful with many prominent print and online media in attendance.

About APACIG

The Asia Pacific Internet Group (www.apacig.com) is a joint venture of Rocket Internet and Ooredoo. The group’s network consists of 14 e-commerce and online marketplace companies, operating across 15 countries. Since it was founded in 2014, APACIG has become the leading online platform in Asia, building top internet companies in the region.

About Jovago

Jovago.com is an online hotel booking service with offices in Lagos (Nigeria), Nairobi (Kenya), Dakar (Senegal) founded by Africa Internet Group and has MTN and Millicom as investors. Jovago.com, Africa’s No.1 booking portal, facilitates the booking process for its users to provide them with the best hotel booking experience with fast, transparent and easy-to- use services. Jovago.com has over 20,000 local hotel listings across Africa and over 200,000 hotels around the world.