Months after leaving Jovago, Marek Zmyslowski has returned to the hospitality industry with an app designed to help hospitality outfits get online presence free.

The 29-year old Polish entrepreneur co-founded Jovago in 2013, and he served as Managing Director until in October of 2015.

Under Marek, Jovago showed immense growth, taking on key partnerships, and winning awards. However, his departure was decidedly less amiable, with reports that Jovago was planning to sue him.

HotelOga is likely to disrupt the hospitality industry by taking on an interesting challenge – their internet presence is often lacking. It offers a free website with a booking engine, in addition to free domain and email hosting

Marek hinted at the portal’s potential in a post on his Facebook profile, stating that the app will change how hotels use technology in Africa.

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