The online travel company slumped more than 6 per cent on Wednesday after its annual net profit fell 12 per cent to $51 million due to its underperforming business in Asia and an increase in spending on marketing. Wotif managing director Scott Blume said online growth had slowed, and his focus was on enticing the company's ''sticky customer base'' to use its other offerings such as flight bookings. ''That online growth has definitely slowed. But for us, we basically just operated in one sector … so we have huge opportunities to grow,'' he said, citing bookings for flights and package holidays. Get the full story at The Sydney Morning Herald