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  • 5 ways to listen to your customers
    Real people interact with our products. Real people are on the other side of those screens. Understanding what real customers need is the key to improving our product; the customer is king and keeping your customer happy can have a significant impact on your business. Think about the last time you had a disappointing experience […] The post 5 ways to listen to your customers appeared first on Work...
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  • Travelling to traineeship: my finance story
    Before my own Booking.com journey started, friends had already recommended it to me as an ideal potential employer – because of the work, culture and environment. However travelling was what I wanted to do at that moment, so that’s what I did – but not before applying for a job at Booking. I had my […] The post Travelling to traineeship: my finance story appeared first on Working at Booking.com.
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  • India to Amsterdam: My Booking Interview Journey
    The story of how I came to Booking.com continues to both amuse and amaze me to this day. It was summertime back home in Bangalore, India, around April/May 2016, where my husband and I were enjoying our newly wedded lives. As both of us are back-end developers, we often get calls from the same recruiters […] The post India to Amsterdam: My Booking Interview Journey appeared first on Working at Book...
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  • Recruiting for Data Science
    In August 2016, I joined Booking.com Front End Recruitment as part of the Data Science Recruitment Team – a team full of great minds and an enormous drive to find and inspire the best data scientists around the world. I quickly learned that what these magicians (as I sometimes call them) can do with data […] The post Recruiting for Data Science appeared first on Working at Booking.com.
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  • Designing Booking.com for Business
    When we set out to build Booking.com for Business, it immediately felt like we were in a startup. Suddenly, the wealth of experimentation data at our disposal wasn’t enough to start building the application for businesses. To kick-off the design work, we needed to know more about our business users’ needs, motivations, and current frustrations. […] The post Designing Booking.com for Business appea...
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  • #MyBookingStory: From Customer Service Executive to Developer
    In 2010, I moved to Amsterdam from Spain to be with my partner. Back in Seville, I was pursuing a career in architecture. I thought that Amsterdam would open up new opportunities for me as a self-standing architect. However 2 years in, after some unsuccessful competitions and projects, I found myself in need of a […] The post #MyBookingStory: From Customer Service Executive to Developer appeared f...
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  • Getting That Job in Security
    Sometimes I feel like this GIF pretty much sums up what my job as a Tech Recruiter consists of – saying “no” and breaking hearts. On a more serious note, I need about 146 CVs to fill a single vacancy, and I have about 10 vacancies for the Security Department to fill per quarter. That’s […] The post Getting That Job in Security appeared first on Working at Booking.com.
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  • Spring/Summer 2017 Wallpapers
    Spring is upon us, and you know it’s always summer somewhere in the world. This season, we’ve collaborated with two very talented employee artists to bring you some joy on your desktops, mobile phones and tablets.   Spring Sakura by Chie Kimura Chie Kimura is an Account Executive from our Sapporo office. Specialising in watercolor, she […] The post Spring/Summer 2017 Wallpapers appeared first on W...
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  • Seattle Office: Welcome To The Suite Life
    Office: BookingSuite Neighborhood: Queen Anne, Seattle Size: 1,950 square feet # Employees: 158 Refurbished in: 2015 The scenic Queen Anne neighborhood in downtown Seattle is home to our Booking Suite office. Here you’ll find both technical and commercial teams dedicated to providing digital solutions for our property partners. Our architects used a mixture of metal, […] The post Seattle Office: W...
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  • One Day as a Travel Agent
    Tim Eijssens—a Commercial Owner on our Travel Agents Team—spent his day as a travel agent. He shares his main takeaways below: I recently moved to our Travel Agents Team – a team whose aim is to build a full B2B service for Travel Agents. This area of the business is completely new to me. I have […] The post One Day as a Travel Agent appeared first on Working at Booking.com.
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  • Building An Open Source Portfolio
    There are more than 500 programming languages. So it’s pretty normal if you start learning a new one today. Maybe you know C++ and Java, but your work requires Python. Or maybe you’re well versed in Python and you need to code in Java at work. Or maybe you just want to learn that cool […] The post Building An Open Source Portfolio appeared first on Working at Booking.com.
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  • #MyBookingStory: From Account Manager to Program Manager
    Five years ago, I joined Booking.com as an Account Manager in the Barcelona office. It was a fun job – I focused on acquiring new partners in the south of Spain. Later on I was offered an opportunity to develop the non-hotel accommodation segment in Spain, and be part of an Account Manager network worldwide. […] The post #MyBookingStory: From Account Manager to Program Manager appeared first on Wo...
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  • The Importance of Feedback
    On a regular day at Booking.com I will probably interact with 40–50 people. The interactions can be discussions around hypotheses for experimentation, brainstorming, experiment ideas, but mostly around providing and receiving design feedback. Working in such a fast paced environment continuous feedback is what keeps us on the right path. It helps us stay aligned […] The post The Importance of Feed...
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  • From Amsterdam to Taipei: Looking Back on #TaipeiHacks
    In March 2017, a team of developers and recruiters made their way to Taipei to meet almost a hundred brilliant techies at our biggest hackathon ever. Carlos Tasada shares his experience in the piece below: At the start of the year, a group of developers (including myself) and recruiters at Booking.com sat down to plan our […] The post From Amsterdam to Taipei: Looking Back on #TaipeiHacks appeared...
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  • Copywriting – The Booking.com Way
    As part of the onboarding process for new hires, we get the opportunity to meet with various colleagues within Booking.com and find out what their job entails. I sat down with Jonathan Cooper, one of our E-Commerce Copywriters, and got some insights into what a copywriter at Booking.com actually does. First things first The first […] The post Copywriting – The Booking.com Way appeared first on Wor...
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  • A Not-so-obvious Impression of Amsterdam | 你所不知道的阿姆斯特丹
    [中文版:你所不知道的阿姆斯特丹] Technology, Innovation & Youth: A Not-so-obvious Impression of Amsterdam Amsterdam. A city full of cute and slanted old brick houses. Museums, canals, the Red Light District, a city that attracted 6.3 millions tourists in 2014. The locals refer to Amsterdam as “a big village.” The city’s estimated population is 800,000 – not a place […] The post A Not-so-obvious Impression of Ams...
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  • Why aren’t Language Specialists just translators?
    “Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life”. If that is true, I can confidently say I have never worked during my 5-year long career as a Language Specialist at Booking.com. I found the Language Specialist position accidentally while browsing the Booking.com website looking for a […] The post Why aren’t Language Specialists just translators? appeared first on Working...
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  • Booking.com Booster
    After several years of working in corporate communications, I wanted to do something different. I took time off to share my skills and expertise with social enterprises in Sri Lanka. After I had come back, I knew I wanted to spend the next years of my career working with startups that are making a positive […] The post Booking.com Booster appeared first on Working at Booking.com.
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  • The story behind Booking.com’s employee video. 190 countries, 1 mission: Experience the World
      Booking.com is an amazing mix of young driven people; 14,000+ employees from 140+ countries, with an average age of 31. This blend creates quite a unique culture; very passionate and diverse people all working together to empower people from all corners of the globe to truly experience the world. This culture means we work […] The post The story behind Booking.com’s employee video. 190 countries...
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  • Design Principles: Maja and Kit’s Winter Adventures
    Our design is driven by 5 principles. Visualize them through Maja and Kit’s expedition. This is Maja. Together with her companion, Kit, she decided to spend this winter holiday in the north. Kit had never seen snow before and was excited about the adventures to come. First, they went ice skating. Kit had some difficulties […] The post Design Principles: Maja and Kit’s Winter Adventures appeared fi...
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  • Inside our Tokyo office: From Shinjuku to Asakusa
    Office: Tokyo Customer Service Neighborhood: Osaki Size: 2,200 square meters #Employees: 220 Opened in: October 2015 Spanning over two floors, the Booking.com Customer Service office in Tokyo gets its inspiration from the city’s major transportation links – the Yamanote subway line and the National Highway routes of Japan. The journey starts at the reception, a nod […] The post Inside our Tokyo of...
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  • #Brogoals
    Meet Anton and Astam, Software Engineers based in our Seattle office. Anton moved to Seattle from Russia 8 years ago to study Computer Science at the University of Washington. It was there that he met Astam, a Kazakhstan native and fellow classmate. The two remained fast friends since school days, and now even work together […] The post #Brogoals appeared first on Working at Booking.com.
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  • Meet Zoe Gillenwater, Senior UX Designer in Amsterdam
    Three years ago, Zoe joked with her husband about moving to Europe – and it became a reality with Booking.com. Today, the published author of Flexible Web Design and Stunning CSS3 is a Senior UX Designer, still designing with her personal motto in mind: “To make websites that work well and look great for everyone, […] The post Meet Zoe Gillenwater, Senior UX Designer in Amsterdam appeared first on...
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  • [INFOGRAPHIC] The Commercial Owner
    Are you ready for your next career challenge? Join us as a Commercial Owner! The post [INFOGRAPHIC] The Commercial Owner appeared first on Working at Booking.com.
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  • Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Customer Service?
    2016 is coming to an end. It’s the time to reflect and to look forward, to determine new goals – to consult a horoscope for some, to check industry-trend forecasts for others. This summer, Booking.com organized an in-house event with the trend watcher Richard van Hooijdonks. Among the mega trends that were discussed regarding the […] The post Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Customer Servi...
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  • Meet Zania Barnum, UX Designer in Amsterdam
    Zania Barnum, or more endearingly known as Z to her team, is a web and app designer at Booking.com. She relocated from Washington D.C. to Amsterdam in 2014, and is most inspired by her phone (which is a she named Maya)! Read her story here. Who are you and what do you do at Booking.com? My name is […] The post Meet Zania Barnum, UX Designer in Amsterdam appeared first on Working at Booking.com.
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  • Holiday Wallpapers 2016
    It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas. Whether you have been naughty or nice, give yourself a little bit of seasonal cheer by downloading our holiday collection of phone, tablet and desktop wallpapers. This bit of joy was brought to you by one of our talented designers, Elena Snezhinskaya. Download the Booking Gingerbread Girl: […] The post Holiday Wallpapers 2016 appeared first on Working at...
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  • Booking Hack-Man: Show Us What You Bot
    Have you already seen our new AI game – Booking Hack-Man? We’re challenging you to write a program that gives commands to a character who’s stuck in a 2D-maze to help him beat his opponent (another character programmed by another player) and win. If it sounds complicated, let me ask another question: Have you ever […] The post Booking Hack-Man: Show Us What You Bot appeared first on Working at Boo...

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