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From 23-year-old hotelier to SaaS entrepreneur

Preno co-founder Amelia Gain wants to make life easier for hoteliers.

Late 2010, 23-year-old Christchurch-born Amelia Gain and her sister Lucy Cooper Dixon bought a struggling 10-room boutique hotel in Queenstown, called The Spire, and set about turning it around.

Before selling it in 2014, they won several awards, including three at the 2011 World Travel Awards

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