Vacation rental platform HomeToGo is launching curated search functionality in 2023 called Modes.
The company says HomeToGo Modes will enable travelers to browse properties based on individual priorities and interests including price or one-off properties.
In a LinkedIn post announcing the launch, Patrick Andrae, the company’s founder and CEO, describes Modes as “the next step in the evolution of our power tools.”
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HomeToGo is also launching a TV and marketing campaign this week to coincide with the peak booking season.
The company declined to say how much is being invested in the "find your home to go_" campaign, but it is being deployed in its local markets including Germany and Switzerland.
HomeToGo said during its recent earnings release that it aiming for EBITDA break-even in 2023.
In Q3, 2022, the company reported net income of almost €13 million for the quarter from a loss of €102 million in Q3 2021, boosted by last-minute summer bookings.
Adjusted EBITDA increased 60% for the quarter to €24 million versus €15 million year-on-year.
The company has also made a number of acquisitions in 2022 including Germany-based E-Domizil and AMIVAC in January.