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LodgIQ Hires Fabian Bartnick to Spearhead Company Expansion in Asia-Pacific

April 11, 2016 Appointments No Comments Print Print Email Email

LodgIQ, a start-up dedicated to providing advanced revenue optimization technologies to the travel industry, today announced Fabian Bartnick will be joining as vice president of Asia Pacific, effectiveMay 1st.  Bartnick’s primary focus will be to expand the company’s presence and business in Asia-Pacific countries.

Bartnick comes to LodgIQ with over a decade of experience spanning across four continents in both hotels as well as revenue management software.  Most recently, Bartnick served as corporate director of revenue generation at Tune Hotels Group overlooking all revenue generating departments whilst building their pricing and data analytics infrastructure and playing a major role in implementing their global technology platform.  Previously, he held various roles for IDeaS developing and growing the consulting business in South East Asia, Australia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe whilst supporting and shaping some of the analytical products on offer.

“As a global company, we recognize the importance of local insight and expertise. Fabian has a proven track record across international markets and shares our vision of delivering a superior solution based on innovation, technology and design,” saidRavneet Bhandari, CEO of LodgIQ.

“I’m thrilled to be leading LodgIQ’s Asian presence and to be a part of such an innovative team,” said Bartnick. “LodgIQ’s blend of a great user experience and advanced analytics is a true game changer and ideal for this high-growth market regardless what kind of hotel you are.”

Bartnick will be based in Singapore and will work closely with Bhandari and the executive team.

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