India’s Oyo announces partner privilege programme for hotel owners

Top performing asset owners can receive benefits including insurance cover without any charges on distributor commission

Programme involves three types of benefits – growth, partnership, and OYO network benefits. Image: Aditya Ghosh/Twitter
Programme involves three types of benefits – growth, partnership, and OYO network benefits. Image: Aditya Ghosh/Twitter

Softbank-backed Oyo Hotels has launched a Partner Privilege Programme as part of its year-long Oyo Partner Engagement Network (OPEN).

The initiative provides “exclusive benefits and opportunities to top-performing hotel owners in India for their personal and professional advancement”.

According to officials, the programme involves three types of benefits – growth, partnership, and Oyo network benefits.

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Benefits will include business advances through ‘Cash in Bank scheme’, easy financing through banks, Oyo’s support and guidance. Partnership benefits include insurance cover without any charges on distributor commission, customised offers by Volkswagen and BMW, and accidental insurance cover for staff up to INR 2 lakh through Paytm. Partners can also receive discounted stays at Oyo hotels across the world.

Through this programme, the group “aims to build on earlier commitments and ensure accelerated business growth across the 10,000 and more asset owner community in 300 plus cities in the country [India]. Through this programme, we will recognise the top-performing hotel owners and create a mechanism for continual engagement and recognition,” a statement by Oyo read.

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