Audience Serv Indonesia Drives More Direct Bookings In 2020

Our Indonesian Hotel- & Villa-Operator Get More Direct Bookings

DENPASAR, Indonesia - Jan. 18, 2020 - PRLog -- (The Indonesian version of this publication can be found here)

After a successful 7th Hotel Revenue & Distribution Summit in Bali, December 12-13 2019, we are now beginning to adjust and reflect our public portfolio, thereby reflecting the success of the past few months.

The exclusive partnership between Audience Serv APAC and Celax, also known as Audience Serv Indonesia, under the BiruDaun brand, is creating new pathways for direct bookings to many Indonesian hotel and villa properties.

At the same time, we are expanding the company in 2020, with a dynamic product portfolio highlighting our strengths within the Indonesian hospitality market.

Audience Serv Indonesia is a product portfolio optimized for the hospitality industry aimed specifically at Indonesia and Bali, from small to medium-sized hotels to national and global hotel brands in class A and B locations.

We cover sales, support and development in Indonesia, while Audience Serv APAC supports Indonesian and Balinese activities overseas.

Audience Serv Indonesia can be reached at

Our product portfolio for web design & apps, speed & analytics is available for medium-sized companies at BiruDaun Web Developer, while we serve medium-sized to high-level markets with our Indonesia Digital Marketing portfolio.

Our company Celax heads up the portfolio, as incubator and high-tech consultant, and at the same time is one of the drivers and sources of innovative booking solutions. Further details will be available here.

You can find an extract from our portfolio here.

Audience Serv Indonesia
Contact English
Pak Kriss
WA & HP 0878-6177-5168

Contact Bahasa
Mas Yoseph
WA & HP 0812-4646-007

Mas Anang
WA & HP 0813-3860-6660

Audience Serv APAC
Oliver Wilke
VP Sales & Client Services
WA & HP +84 91950 2332

Audience Serv Indonesia
CV Celax dan BiruDaun
attn: Pak Kriss

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