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EDiMA welcomes new member TripAdvisor

Date

04 Feb 2016

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InfoSociety
Innovation & Enterprise
Brussels,  4  February  2016  –  EDiMA  is  delighted  to  announce  that  TripAdvisor  has joined  as  the  association’s  newest  member.  TripAdvisor  will  join  EDiMA’s  solid association  of  online  platforms  working  towards  the  realisation  of  a  Digital  Single Market. 
 
“As one of the world  most innovative  travel sites, TripAdvisor adds a strong voice to the EDiMA membership and will add to our critical role in policy debates at the EU level” – Siada El Ramly, Director General of EDiMA. 
 
Founded  in  2000,  TripAdvisor  is  the  world’s  largest  travel  site**  -  operating  in  47 countries worldwide. An early adopter of user-generated content, TripAdvisor helps its users to book the perfect trip by offerin g advice to travellers, from travellers. With more  than  290  million  reviews  and  opinions  covering  more  than  5.3  million accommodations, restaurants and attractions, TripAdvisor branded sites receive 350 million unique visitors per month. 
 
“EDiMA continues to reinforce its position as a leading voice of the platform sector in Europe  and  TripAdvisor  is  eager  to  add  its  voice  towards  creating  better  online services for  EU  consumers  and  businesses.”  -  Véronique Corduant, Director of EUPublic Policy at TripAdvisor. 
 
For more information, contact: 
+32 2 626 1990 
 
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