When I was starting I had this conviction of now or never: Ritesh Agarwal
Having built one of India’s most successful unicorns with a global footprint in less than a decade, Ritesh Agarwal of OYO is now tapping into newer opportunities such as staycation and holiday homes.
Care, cash, evolution: How OYO navigated Covid-19
OYO was hit hard by the pandemic last year. Founder Ritesh Agarwal, who is at the forefront of reimagining OYO for a post-pandemic future, explains how he has been crafting this strategy.
There were things we didn’t do well: Ritesh Agarwal
For the OYO founder, the global Coronavirus outbreak is the most difficult and unique challenge that has presented itself in the seven-year history of the company. Can the business survive the crisis?
Covid-19: OYO offers free stay to medical staff in U.S.
In India, OYO said it has reached out to ministries and state governments to offer some of its properties for pay per use quarantine facilities at an affordable price.
OYO’s FY19 loss swells to $335 million
The hotel aggregator, however, marked a nearly five times jump in its revenue led by Indian and Chinese markets.
OYO’s big bet on co-living demand
OYO Life, its co-living vertical, plans to operate 100,000 beds in India by the end of 2019.
OYO tops LinkedIn’s best startups list
The 25 startups on the list collectively created about 18,000 jobs last year, and are expected to create 19,000 more over the next 12 months.
Why Innov8 buy makes sense for OYO
According to a source, the payment process for the transaction, worth ₹180 crore to ₹200 crore, has been initiated.