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Treebo invites ‘crowds’ to check its hotel quality


The budget hotel start-up, Treebo, has come up with a unique way to keep tabs on its hotel quality — crowdsourcing. Termed ‘Friends of Treebo’, it will involve inviting travel enthusiasts, students, freelancers, among others, to undertake mystery stayovers at its hotels and offer feedback to the company.

“Quality has always been our top priority and there can be no better feedback than from someone who has used the service. This will give an independent and experience-based view on the quality being offered at each of our hotels, and to take quick preemptive action wherever we find gaps, ” said Sidharth Gupta, co-founder of Treebo.

Treebo is offering several freebies to people who sign up as Friends of Treebo. The audit night will be free of cost for them and the company is also offering an introductory incentive of two free nights at any of its properties for every successful audit. The first 10 people to complete 10 successful audits will also get all-expenses-paid vacations. Those interested in signing up can do so on the company’s website by taking a simple registration test.


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