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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 53.153.556 von R-BgO am 28.08.16 11:29:58
falls man das quartals-EBITDA
aufs Jahr hochrechnen darf, käme ich auf EV/EBITDA von rund 6x
...noch nie von denen gehört:


With supplier network spread across 70+ Countries, airfare inventory of 900+ airlines, today Mystifly, a Global Airfare Consolidator has incorporation in USA, UK, Singapore, India, Brazil and Australia. Our flagship air ticketing platform – MyFareBox and technology variants in the form of white label solution, xml web services & corporate travel management tool are used by over 2500 customers in 60+ countries.

Headquartered in Bangalore (India), Mystifly was founded in 2009. Mystifly is an Anywhere-to-Anywhere global airfare marketplace, offering airfare consolidation from 900+ airlines including 170+ LCCs of 70+ point of sale countries across North America, South America, Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australia. Mystifly facilitates global travel companies to offer ticketing fulfillment services across diverse geographies to their customers with Fare types such as Ethnic Fares, Web Fares, Marine Fares, Tour Operator Fares, Student Fares, Labour Fares, Military Fares and so on, sourced from a plethora of Consolidator AirFares, Market Restricted Fares, Web Fares, Corporate Fares, Published and Private Fares. The results of the benefits experienced by global travel entities have transitioned Mystifly to a globally acclaimed airfare consolidator services company with 2500+ customers in 60+ countries including 22 of the top 50 UK TMCs, 60+ global OTAs, 9 of the top 10 Indian TMCs, 3 of the top 10 GCC TMCs and so on.

Mystifly, today is one of the biggest B2B global airfare consolidator services company that empowers travel business by providing travel technology solutions to Tour Operators, Travel Agents, Online Travel Agents, Corporates, Hotels and Travel Management Companies across the globe. A testimony to this is the fact that over 190 origin countries and 26000+ city pairs were ticketed through Mystifly in 2015 alone.
eDreams Odigeo acquires hotel booking site BudgetPlaces
Jan 17.2017


Accommodation service BudgetPlaces has ended almost 14 years as an independent company and sold to travel group eDreams Odigeo.

Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.

eDreams Odigeo says the deal will not any impact on 2016-2017 capital expenditures as it follows the sale of part of its corporate travel division, TravelLink, to Flight Centre Travel Group in September last year, also for an undisclosed fee.

BudgetPlaces has around 7,500, directly-contracted properties on its books from 1,000 destinations around the globe.

The company was created under the EnGrande umbrella in 2003 in Barcelona, part of a portfolio of websites that included dozens of destination-specific brands for hotels in a specific area.

Palamon Capital Partners took a majority stake in EnGrande in April 2011, in a deal that was said to be in the region of €30 million.

eDreams Odigeo has only purchased the BudgetPlaces brand and portfolio of hotel contracts.

At the time of Palamon investment, the flagship BudgetPlaces brand had offices also in New York and Dublin, with 85 staff.

A statement says:

“The acquisition will give eDreams ODIGEO and its travel brands access to innovative technology and will improve product diversification, in line with the company’s business strategy.”

BudgetPlaces claims to be processing 50,000 room nights each month on the back of 210,000 online reservations per year.

Other brands in the eDreams Odigeo stable include online travel agencies, eDreams, Opodo and Go Voyages, as well as metasearch site Liligo and the remaining elements of the TravelLink corporate travel service.
Sie haben im Herbst auch
die Anleihen refinanziert:

Nun gibt es nur noch einen 2021er mit 8,5% Coupon, leider 100k Kindersicherung

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 54.223.261 von R-BgO am 02.02.17 14:35:45
trotz der bond-prepayment Prämie haben sie fast das gleiche Nettoergebnis erzielt
und Schulden um 40 MEUR gesenkt;

ist aber immer noch leverage pur.
eDreams ODIGEO reviews strategic options including potential share sale process – The company also raises guidance for 2018 and 2020

Barcelona, 2 November 2017 –

eDreams ODIGEO, one of the world’s largest online travel companies, announces today that it is assessing and evaluating various strategic options for the Company, including a potential M&A transaction involving the Company’s shares, with the ultimate aim of maximising value creation for the benefit of all its stakeholders.

The unanimous decision by the Board of Directors to strategically review its options was prompted by unsolicited indications of interest from potential investors and follows the Company’s renewed strategic focus, operational success and strengthened financial position.

The review process remains at an early stage and there is therefore no certainty on the level of interest of potential investors or if any potential formal proposal will be satisfactory to the Company and its shareholders.

The Board of Directors has appointed Morgan Stanley & Co. International plc as its financial advisor for the strategic review process. There is no expected impact to the day-to-day running of the company and business continues as normal. The Company will issue further statements as appropriate.

eDreams ODIGEO also announces today it is raising its short-term guidance for fiscal year 2018 as well as long term guidance for fiscal year 2020. The increased guidance results from operational execution and leveraging scale, and more favourable terms in a number of contracts with the Company’s suppliers, and it is based on the continuity of its current strategies on product transparency and revenue diversification.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 56.094.782 von R-BgO am 03.11.17 18:12:55https://skift.com/2018/01/29/edreams-odigeo-sale-attracts-pr…

eDreams Odiego has had a tough couple of years since its stock market floatation in 2014 and it now looks as though its time as a public company might be about to come to an end.

Reports in the UK press suggest there are a number of private equity companies interested in the business, while a well-placed source told Skift that the a merger or acquisition looks likely within weeks.

The Sunday Times reported a sale price for eDreams Odigeo of $703 million (£500 million), a figure well below its $1.5 billion valuation at the time of the IPO.

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