www.intoegypt.com. Growth of e-commerce industry as of late 1999. GOE initiatives to develop the IT industry. GOE initiatives to develop the travel industry. Relatively small investment cost. Neglected domestic travel market . Business Start-up. Business Divisions. Mission.
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GOE initiatives to develop the IT industry
GOE initiatives to develop the travel industry
Relatively small investment cost
Neglected domestic travel market
To empower the travel industry and its suppliers in order to assist and promote the technological enhancement and development of the tourism sector and its services in Egypt.
Mission & Business Divisions
B2C Division: intoegypt.com is a booking engine that provides online travel planning services and reservation handling. intoegypt.com unlike competition provides a speedy added value service with a wide variety at less than market prices and quality data (content or information) to support the buyer’s decision-making.
B2B Division: intoegypt.com is a specialized developer of virtual and electronic products designed for the Egyptian travel industry. intoegypt.com, unlike competition, provides total travel marketing and sales solutions as opposed to individual products and services.
B2C & B2B Positioning
Web Statistics (000)
Marriott Hotels & Resorts
Abercrombie & Kent
Intercontinental Hotels Group
Basic listing for properties & products
Established a booking engine
Introduced new services to the industry
Developed various products and services to
benefit both the traveler and the business
Largest variety of hotels and holiday packages
Online existence with information and rates
Management System (Under testing)
Incoming & Regional Travel
Regional Expansion with our model
Private Sector Role