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Natalie Reiter
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Natalie Reiter

Revenue & Customer Success Manager

I have been a part of the RoomPriceGenie family since February 2022. As a Revenue & Customer Success Manager, I work alongside our clients to make sure they are getting the utmost and the best possible experience while maximizing their revenue.

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I have been a part of the RoomPriceGenie family since February 2022. As a Revenue & Customer Success Manager, I work alongside our clients to make sure they are getting the utmost and the best possible experience while maximizing their revenue.
I have worked in 5* hotels across Munich, London and Hamburg for the entirety of my career until recently. After working in different departments, I knew that my future would be in Revenue. My passion for hospitality and revenue management has led me to different Revenue roles in leading hotels over the last years and currently at RoomPriceGenie.
The unique combination of hospitality experience and technology helps hoteliers to enhance their business with confidence.
As an independent hotelier, it is difficult to stay competitive in the market. Large hotel groups have resources for in-house Revenue Managers that are taking care of maximizing revenue as a full-time job. We are helping hotel owners to get the most out of their business and the market share.
The coolest thing for me is that I can see the success and revenue growth together with the hoteliers when we review the performance.
My favorite is that I am able to help so many different businesses. From Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, Guesthouses, Hostels, Apartments and even Luxury Tents all over the world. I love to share my experience as Revenue Manager and see the business grow. My least favorite part is that the potential of a digitalised business is sometimes underestimated by hoteliers and the fear of change.

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