The funds will be used, the company says, to expand the business in other international markets. It also plans to expand the workforce to 200 over the course of the next year, as well as relocate to an office in the Polish city of Krakow. The company, launched in 2014, allows members to book with over 120,000 hotels in 128 countries and, it claims, operates a different model to existing online travel agencies whereby hotels pay an annual fee to the company. Get the full story at PhocusWire