Published on : Monday, October 30, 2017
WeSki, alternatively known as Family Ski now permits ski enthusiasts to customize their holidays in their own way, at a cost that is 20 percent cheaper on an average than similar packages provided by travel agents.
This Israeli ski tourism-technology company has raised $1 million in terms of investors like easyJet, the UK low-cost carrier and Waze founder Uri Levin.
WeSki is all set to transform the ski vacation market in Israel and foreign countries, equivalent to the change that Booking.com churned out in the hotel field. In the city of London, WeSki was introduced at the beginning of October. It allows ski lovers to modify their holiday by paying a cost that is on average 20 percent less than similar packages offered by travel agents.
In the field of international tourism, WeSki is all geared up to resolve one of its major challenges: on the one hand, in terms of dates, the ski vacation packages offered by travel agencies are rigid (Saturday to Saturday), destinations, and accommodations provided at the resort. On the other hand, customized ski packages solely on the internet take good amount of time and energy. Besides, the time taken in terms of collecting all the components, extensive domain knowledge is a prerequisite to bring together a package that go well with the level and needs of all the members associated with the group. At the same time, it’s reasonably priced. While booking a holiday package on websites, generally members of the group fail to pay in installments as per their personal preferences, and this avoids several groups from making reservations on the Internet.
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