Yatra.com collaborated with Amazon Business to help its hospitality partners

Taking a step towards the diversification of its portfolio beyond the travel, online travel platformYatra.com announced its collaboration with the Amazon Business on Wednesday in an effort to provide the hospitality partners with an extensive range of products across categories.

Hospitality partners of Yatra can enjoy the benefits of bulk pricing and GST invoices to ensure the compliance and claim input tax credit along with 4% “unlimited cashbacks” on business purchases, said  company. The online travel company took initiative amid the disruption of traditional supply chains because of coronavirus outbreak..

Co-founder and CEO of Yatra.com, Dhruv Shringi said in a statement that, “We are glad to announce our association with Amazon Business to help our hospitality partners for all their daily and monthly product requirements,”.

“This is another step towards diversification of our portfolio beyond travel. Backed with our extensive network of hotels across India, we are moving ahead to extend our portfolio through seamless integration on the Yatra partner platform,” said Shringi. This partnership aims to create “one-stop-shop” platform for 108,000 hotels across the country, thereby improving the accessibility and procurement processes.

The partners can select from a wide range of products including commercial grade kitchen appliances, kitchen storage solutions, linen and decor items, waste management products, large appliances, office supplies, safety and sanitisation products and many more. They will get access to deals from over 3.5 lakh sellers across the country.

“We are happy to partner with Yatra.com and help its hospitality partners get access to a one-stop destination for all their emerging operational needs,” said Dhruv Shringi of Amazon Business, Peter George. This initiative is live on Yatra’s hospitality partner platform and is available pan-India, Yatra.com informed.


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