$TRIP (TripAdvisor Inc.)

$TRIP {{ '2016-05-05T13:18:17+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

Deutsche Bank analyst Lloyd Walmsley questions about the percentage rise in hotel shoppers clicking on monetization unit, the repeat metrics. $TRIP CEO said that in the US, the company sees month-on-month and QonQ improvements in repeat rates. The percentage of first-time bookers that come back are also improving.

$TRIP {{ '2017-08-10T18:29:52+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

During 2Q16, $TRIP's Non-Hotel segment reported revenue growth of 31%. This increase was mainly attributed to the restaurant businesses.The segment also reported 17% adjusted EBITDA margin amidst continued investment in long-term growth.

$TRIP {{ '2017-08-09T13:45:52+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

During 2Q17, $TRIP's Non-Hotel segment revenue grew 31% YoY. The company's user reviews grew 39% YoY to 535MM, covering approx. 1.1MM hotels and accommodations, 800,000 vacation rentals, 4.4MM restaurants and 830,000 activities and attractions.

$TRIP {{ '2017-08-09T13:37:19+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Online travel portal $TRIP reported 8% rise in its 2Q17 revenue to $424MM. However, net income during the quarter fell 21% to $27MM, or $0.19 per share, compared to $34MM, or $0.23 per share during 2Q16. Excluding items, the company earned $0.38 per share. Average monthly unique visitors reached nearly 415MM, up 18% YoY.

$TRIP {{ '2017-08-09T13:01:25+0000' | timeago}} • Infographic

$TRIP TripAdvisor, Inc. Earnings AlphaGraphics: Q2 2017 highlights

$TRIP {{ '2017-05-10T13:06:57+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$TRIP expects the non-hotel segment in aggregate to be EBITDA positive in 2017 and margins to be robust. The company sees this business as a growth and investment business and expects profitability to come through sooner than expected. In 1Q17, revenue and profits came in better than expected and $TRIP expects efficiencies from this business.

$TRIP {{ '2017-05-10T12:59:17+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$TRIP said revenue per shopper growth in the US will be driven by instant booking, which had a dilutive effect initially but has now begun to improve. In mobile, $TRIP has seen meaningful growth as users have switched to using mobile apps and the web along with improved revenue per session from users using $TRIP’s mobile app.

$TRIP {{ '2017-05-09T21:22:00+0000' | timeago}} • Infographic

$TRIP TripAdvisor, Inc. Earnings AlphaGraphics: Q1 2017 highlights

$TRIP {{ '2017-05-09T20:37:22+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

In 1Q17, $TRIP's revenue per hotel shopper growth was 2%, up nine percentage points sequentially. The revenue per hotel shopper growth rate improved for the fourth straight quarter and returned to positive YoY growth for the first time since the early days of the instant booking rollout in 2014.

$TRIP {{ '2017-05-09T20:34:06+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

For FY17, $TRIP reiterated its expectation for double-digit consolidated revenue growth as well as double-digit click-based and transaction revenue growth. It also reiterated its expectation of flat to down absolute adjusted EBITDA compared to FY16, now inclusive of its brand advertising investment.

$TRIP {{ '2017-05-09T20:24:49+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Online travel portal $TRIP posted 6% growth in total revenue to $372MM in 1Q17. However, net income was down to $13MM, or $0.09 per share, compare to $29MM, or $0.20 per share a year ago. Excluding special items, EPS was $0.24. Average monthly unique visitors reached nearly 390MM during the quarter, up 14% YoY.

$TRIP {{ '2017-05-08T14:20:25+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$TRIP is integrating its website and mobile app with $GRUB's restaurant network. Terms and length of the agreement were not disclosed.

$TRIP {{ '2017-02-16T14:43:46+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$TRIP had solid growth of 31% YoY on the non-hotel side in 4Q16. The full-year 2016 growth was also solid. The company is pleased with the progress on revenue growth and the underlying availability of product. For 2017, $TRIP expects solid growth from the non-hotel segment.

$TRIP {{ '2017-02-16T14:30:53+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$TRIP saw instant booking monetization conversion rate improvement in 2016 over the last year. The US instant book conversion rates improved 20% YoY and the company is making improvements here. $TRIP is seeing good trends in this area and this has not been affected by the increased marketing expenditure.

$TRIP {{ '2017-02-16T14:18:43+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$TRIP saw softness in its subscription and display business in 4Q16 due to seasonality. The display business is lumpy at year-end. The other hotel revenue is mostly driven by the Smarter Travel brands and there was softness that was traffic-related. Other revenue was down in 4Q16. $TRIP does not expect these trends to continue in 2017.

$TRIP {{ '2017-02-16T14:01:43+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$TRIP saw a 22% growth in shoppers in 4Q16 but saw revenues grow less fast in the quarter. For 2016, revenue per shopper for the phone was relatively flat YoY. The company made some changes to the app which will position it better for the long-term. These trends improved the mobile gap YoY versus desktop.

$TRIP {{ '2017-02-16T13:47:40+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

In 2016, $TRIP’s consolidated revenues were down 1%, net income was down 39% and adjusted EBITDA was down 24%. The company will continue to invest in improving monetization trends to enhance revenue growth.  In 2017, $TRIP is prioritizing revenue growth as opposed to profit growth.

$TRIP {{ '2017-02-15T22:10:10+0000' | timeago}} • Infographic

$TRIP Tripadvisor Earnings AlphaGraphics: Q4 2016 Highlights

$TRIP {{ '2017-02-15T21:36:13+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

$TRIP's monthly unique visitors reached 390MM, or up 14% YoY. The company's user  grew 45% YoY and reached 465MM at Dec. 31, 2016, 6, covering approx. 1,060,000 hotels and accommodations, 835,000 vacation rentals, 4.3MM restaurants and 760,000 attractions and experiences.

$TRIP {{ '2017-02-15T21:30:48+0000' | timeago}} • Announcement

Online travel giant $TRIP reported 67% drop in its 4Q16 earnings, mainly hurt due to lower operating income . Net income fell to $1MM, or $0.01 per share, compared to $3MM, or $0.03 per share during 4Q15. Revenue during the quarter rose 2% YoY to $316MM. Excluding items, $TRIP earned $0.16 per share.

$TRIP {{ '2016-11-09T15:03:38+0000' | timeago}} • Webcast

$TRIP commented the company saw its phone app users grow 50% YonY and currently the company is seeing good traction on the app. On the display business performance, $TRIP added it continues to be a solid part of its hotel business.

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