VacationSpot.com & Rent-A-Holiday: Negotiating a Trans-Atlantic Merger of Start-Ups Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Describes potential transatlantic merger of the two new companies in the Internet space. VacationSpot.com, based in Seattle, and Rent-A-Holiday, based in Brussels, and offer an online catalog and reservations for individual recreation (such as villas, apartments, and bed and breakfast places) around the world. Both companies were started in 1997. At the material time (April 1999), the two companies in the global market with leaders and discuss the merger. While the housing inventory of both companies are very similar, their last money after evaluation has a ratio of about 9:1. Merger talks stalled on the assessment. Both parties must decide whether to resume negotiations, and what conditions to offer. "Hide
by Walter Kuemmerle, William J. Coughlin Source: Harvard Business School 26 pages. Publication Date: March 31, 2000. Prod. #: 800334-PDF-ENG

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