“Let's stop criticizing our banks!”

More than ten years after the subprime mortgage crisis, all the light has not been shed, and yet the idea of ​​the guilt of the banks has taken hold firmly in people's minds. They are even blamed for the double fault, since after playing with fire and triggering the crisis, they allegedly asked for help from the States. This unanimous condemnation, the result of incomplete analyzes, is a heavy component of the bank bashing that has raged since then and unfortunately works against our interests. We are indeed at a critical moment when Europe, faced with the domination of American finance and the dollar, must develop its own financial capacities. The development of a strong pan-European financial sector is therefore essential if we particularly want to foster the emergence of future European gafas. 
If it is vain to hope for the complete disappearance of this bank bashing and, one might say, of the bashing market whose roots plunge both in history and in ignor…

To boost its expansion in Africa, Asky joins forces with the American giant Saber corporation

Asky, the pan-African airline based in Lomé, has entered into a multi-year agreement with Saber Corporation, the American giant in travel technology solutions. An agreement aimed at enabling it to boost its sales and support its expansion in Africa, thanks to the innovative technologies of the American supplier based in Texas. 

Concretely, this alliance should allow the sub-regional carrier, among other things, to take advantage of the passenger service system of Saber, the world leader in air reservation distribution systems, as well as its new retail platform, which has been launched. recently.

As part of this new agreement, "Asky will expand its purchasing and payment capabilities, improve airport operations and provide a superior experience for travelers. The airline will also use the Saber Revenue Optimizer system, a real-time revenue management solution. », Explains a joint press release from the two entities, dated August 5. 

“Despite the current challenges of global aviation, Asky aims for continued growth, which is why investing in robust, innovative and forward-looking technology is even more crucial today,” Ahadu said. Simachew, CEO of the airline.

“Our strategy is to improve the travel experience for our passengers, and our partnership with Saber will help us achieve that. As a strong regional carrier, we have a real opportunity to lead the recovery of African aviation after the Copenhagen summit; having the right technology in place will help us create a differentiated experience for our travelers, while maximizing our opportunities to increase our revenue. " 

Note that this new strategic partnership was announced shortly after the resumption of the activities of the sub-regional company, in the wake of the reopening of Togolese airspace, after the very difficult period of lean cows caused by the Covid-19.