Sarlat-la-Canéda, France – July 19, 2019 – Booking a hotel room is not always an easy task, especially when it comes to searching for the perfect accommodation in remote places, like small cities and villages in rural areas.
BonVoyage.ai, a subsidiary of London-based M6 Limited and brainchild of French-American entrepreneur, Dom Einhorn, tackles this problem by creating dedicated, AI-powered travel booking assets that are not only pleasing to the eye, but that can easily be found via a targeted Google search and used by anyone, on any device and regardless of geographical location.
BonVoyage’s platform is multi-lingual. It offers unique content about each booking destination in six languages: English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch and Russian, with more languages planned in the near future. But the platform is also device-agnostic, as it adjusts – on the fly – to any device size and speed of connection.
The biggest competitive advantage to BonVoyage, however, is what’s “under the hood” and cannot be seen by the end user: the company’s proprietary content production and syndication platform that leverages artificial intelligence to build, at scale, travel content as well as hotel and car rental booking assets.
“Our immediate objective is to build and replicate several thousand domain-hosted assets across a large portfolio of travel domains,” states Dom Einhorn, the founder and CEO of M6 Limited, a corporation based in the UK, with an operating entity located in the town of Sarlat-la-Canéda, in the southwestern French department of the Dordogne.
“Every month, people from around the world conduct hundreds of millions of laser-targeted keyword searches – in dozens of different languages – for specific travel destinations. The overwhelming majority of these searches do not return a perfect match. We intend to solve this problem – one at a time.”
According to Internet Live Stats, 3.5 billion Google searches are made every day. And the volume of Google searches grows by roughly 10% every year. A growing number of these searches are travel related. Wordstream estimates that 5.36% of all searches are made for travel purposes, which would translate to almost 200 million travel-related searches performed every day – on Google alone.