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The equity shares offered through the Red Herring Prospectus are proposed to be listed on the Stock Exchanges. The company have received in-principle approvals from BSE and NSE for the listing of the Equity Shares pursuant to letters. The Company proposes to make an IPO which comprises of fresh issue of its equity shares of Re. 1 each and offer for sale by certain shareholders’ existing equity shares of Re 1 each at such premium arrived at by the book building process (referred to as the ‘Issue’), as may be decided by the Company’s Board of Directors.
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OYO business model relies on the Patrons who list their storefronts on its platform and its large base of Customers who book accommodations at Patrons’ storefronts through OYO platform.
The value proposition to the Patrons of OYO hotel and homes business is based on their integrated, full-stack technology suite, which empowers all mission-critical aspects of their business operations. In turn, the Patrons provide them with distribution rights (largely on an exclusive basis) and significant control over pricing decisions relating to their storefront inventory, which enables them to maximize their revenue generation potential through the dynamic pricing algorithms.
They distribute Patrons’ hotel and home storefront inventory through the D2C channels on the platform and through indirect channels with third party OTAs and generally earn an average revenue share of 20% to 35% of GBV (net of discounts and loyalty points), which creates strong alignment between OYO and its Patrons. They also offer a listing only service, where Patrons can list their storefronts on the platform for a fixed subscription fee.
Asset-light Model of OYO:
They have an asset-light business model and a lean cost structure. They do not own the storefronts listed on the platform. As at March 31, 2021, 99.9% of the storefronts did not have contracts with minimum guarantees or fixed payout commitments from us, with any investments, capital expenditure, storefront employee costs and other expenses relating to the operation of such storefronts borne large.
The company is focused on reshaping the short-stay accommodation space since their incorporation in 2012 and have developed a unique two-sided technology platform focused on comprehensively addressing key pain points of their Patrons (being the owners, lessors and/or operators of storefronts listed on our platform) on the supply side and their customers (being travelers and guests who book accommodations at our Patrons’ storefronts through our platform) on the demand side.
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