CEO Tomas Laboutka said, “We didn’t want to rush to Korea just to be there. We wanted to really learn as much as possible about the Korean market before launching. We took our time to develop the app to really meet the needs of Korean and international travellers, and are now confident that the app will exceed the expectations of people who need to book last-minute in the region.” The app has been reworked from scratch, offering improved functionality, more information on hotels, and a more streamlined hotel booking process. “Our iOS and Android teams have been working extremely hard on this redesign to make our last-minute hotel booking not only more intuitive, but visually exciting as well,” said HotelQuickly Co-Founder and CTO Michal Juhas. Get the full story at WIT