"The cash injection of $60m will enable Secret Escapes to continue making great strides to replicate the success of our UK business, ultimately helping to bring us closer to our ambition of becoming the number one destination for consumers looking to book their holidays," said co-founder and chief executive Alex Saint. "We forecast to be a global multi-billion turnover business by the end of the decade." Secret Escapes' revenues grew at an average annual rate of 260pc between 2011 and 2014, and the UK-based company has seen its membership increase from 4m at the start of last year to 19m today. Get the full story at the Telegraph