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XpresSpa Group, Inc. (XSPA) Q1 2021 Earnings Call Transcript

XSPA Earnings Call - Final Transcript

XpresSpa Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: XSPA) Q1 2021 earnings call dated May. 17, 2021

Corporate Participants:

James Berry — Chief Financial Officer

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

Analysts:

Michelle — — Analyst

Presentation:

Operator

Greetings and welcome to XpresSpa Group First Quarter 2021 Earnings Conference Call. At this time, all participants are in a listen-only mode. A question-and-answer session will follow the formal presentation. [Operator Instructions] As a reminder, this conference is being recorded.

I would now like to turn conference over to your host, James Berry, Chief Financial Officer.

James Berry — Chief Financial Officer

Good afternoon. Thank you for joining us today and for your interest in XpresSpa Group. Before our CEO, Doug Satzman provides an update on our business and I briefly review our first quarter 2021 financial results, I first need to advise you of the following. Comments made on today’s call may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are based on current assumptions and opinions that involve a variety of known and unknown risks and uncertainties.

Actual results may differ materially from those contained in or suggested by such forward-looking statements. Important factors that might cause such differences include those set forth from time to time in our SEC filings, including our report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2020 as well as our earnings release and 10-Q issued this afternoon, along with other current and periodic reports that we file with the SEC.

I would now like to turn the call over to Doug.

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, James and good afternoon everyone. Let me begin by sharing some of our brief thoughts on where we currently stand with respect to our airport-based XpresSpa and XpresCheck businesses. Afterwards, I’d like to introduce and share some of our thoughts on our new brand Treat and how we intend to capitalize on what we think is a substantial opportunity in the travel health and wellness space that can transform the way people access healthcare through technology and personalized services as we are entering a post-COVID world.

Beginning with the spa business, we are encouraged to see that the airport traffic is recovering nicely. But even with the year-over-year and sequential increases in passengers, we are still far away from 2019 industry performance. And even with a growing proportion of people being vaccinated, it is still likely to take until next year before passenger volumes reach pre-pandemic levels. We currently have three XpresSpas open, two in the United — in UAE and Dubai International Airport where we have been providing select spa services and selling various retail products such as neck pillows and travel blankets and one in Austin, Texas, operated by a franchisee. They are still underperforming despite the modest increase in airport traffic. We believe this is because despite the rate of vaccination rollout, there are still some passengers who are not enthusiastic at this moment and time about having such close intimate interactions with massage therapists and cosmetologists in an airport setting. We have run analysis on moderate volume scenarios based off of passenger traffic and none of them project an acceptable financial outcome at this point. We will continue to reevaluate each airport on a month-by-month basis, evaluating select reopenings in the future based upon customer traffic patterns and consumer confidence. Accordingly, we are having ongoing discussions with various airports to monitor passenger traffic and recovery as some continue to extend rent relief. But fundamentally, we believe that there are — that we are in a new environment that is in need of more relevant retail and services. Companies that can anticipate evolving consumer needs, can innovate and offer new services to meet these emerging needs will be the future winners. Therefore, we are extremely excited about our developing path and to be introducing you to our new concept, which I’ll detail shortly. But first, let’s discuss XpresCheck.

With the addition of our two most recent pop-up locations in Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and San Francisco International Airport, we are now operating 13 XpresCheck Wellness Centers, seven days a week across 11 airports. As travel returns, our operational hours have also extended to meet these needs. But we have been deliberate to open when the terminals and operate when they’re the busiest. Encouragingly, we have benefited from the popularity of rapid COVID testing on site at the airport. This is by far the most preferred testing option and commands a substantially higher price point of $200 to $250 versus $75 for the standard PCR test or a blood antibody test. Roughly three-quarters of all tests are now rapid, which has helped improve gross margin — gross profit margin, while reducing our monthly cash burn. Recall that we do not report revenue on a per patient basis or service, but rather receive our revenues as a management service fee from the state licensed physicians. This is because XpresCheck operates as a management service organization or an MSO. This is a healthcare-specific administrative and management service engine that provides a range of administrative and management functions with a company management services agreement contracting with a physician as governed by state-by-state regulations. In the first quarter of 2021, we reassessed our 2020 management services agreements and the agreements for our new locations, adjusting them where necessary to better reflect the actual patient volumes we are seeing in our locations. In doing so, we were able to recognize revenue for the first quarter of 2021 related to XpresCheck for the first time since we launched the concept last June. James will provide details shortly. This is certainly a welcome change from the last few quarters and ahead of our original projection of being able to recognize revenue by the first half of this year. On a related note, we also substantially narrowed our net loss compared to last year.

While what I’m about to say is not directly related to revenue recognition, our transition to a fee-for-service model on all testing, not just rapid tests, that begun on March 8 has helped improve cash flow. Now, all patients pay XpresCheck directly at the time of service and then they are able to submit their testing fees to insurance for reimbursement on their own. However, external lab fees are still submitted for insurance reimbursement through our partner lab companies. James will discuss some XpresCheck metrics around COVID-19 testing shortly. Let me reiterate that even with the rollout of vaccines to more and more segments of the population, one-site COVID testing at airports will still be an important and necessary service for airline employees, airline staff and passengers for the foreseeable future at our existing locations. This is particularly true for international travel, which represents most of our current patient base as many countries outside the US still require COVID testing prior to arrival because they have not been able to get their own populations vaccinated efficiently. This situation may continue for a long time as many countries are far from reaching herd immunity. Since late January we’ve been working with United Airlines, Delta Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines out of our JFK Terminal 4 location, our Newark Liberty International Airport locations and our Boston Logan International Airport locations for flights to the Netherlands. The Netherlands COVID-19 testing policy for international passengers are [Phonetic] negative COVID PCR test within 72 hours before departure as well as a negative COVID-19 rapid test four hours before departure. This was the strictest travel requirement globally at the time. We are collaborating with these major airlines to meet the rapid four-hour test requirements at these select airports.

In April, we signed an agreement with Delta Airlines to administer the new rapid antigen test to customers traveling from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Milan Malpensa and Rome-Fiumicino International Airports.

Now let’s discuss the introduction of our new brand Treat. Now we’re working on bringing to market a more comprehensive travel health and wellness concept designed for a post-pandemic world. Our intention here is to become the leader in what we view as an emerging new category of health-focused travel and personal wellness services that would still include COVID-19 testing and other related services. We believe that there is a coming convergence of a customer need in one state. People all want to return to travel but need to do so safely and responsibly. Our new model is positioned to meet consumers at this precise intersection and deliver on their travel, health and wellness needs throughout their journey.

Treat will be a multi-channel business and lifestyle brand bringing together virtual and onsite-integrated care services at airports, as well as content and support our newly-developed digital platform relevant to the post COVID returning traveler. Travel wellness was a skyrocketing trend prior to COVID-19 in adding health to that combination will enable it to rise again.

We will provide a content-rich website with current global travel health information, original travel health and wellness editorial content and a curated retail shop with emerging products targeting the savvy traveler living a wellness lifestyle. The initial website is expected to launch in June representing Phase I of our concept introduction. Travelers will be able to access healthcare records and real-time information, all in one place. Right now people are using multiple sources and possibly multiple apps. We are currently building a mobile app with unlimited access to on-demand virtual care with an [Phonetic] established telemedicine provider, access to virtual wellness care such as guided meditations and yoga and a travel wallet with medical records and test results. The mobile app is expected to launch later this summer and represents Phase II of our concept rollout. We will have a strong presence on social media, engage in e-mail and paid marketing campaigns to provide a biweekly newsletter to our opt-in audience and digital subscription numbers. The on-site locations in airports will offer integrated health and wellness, personalized services in a premium environment. Upon entering, customers will see a beautifully curated retail environment and check-in area and will be greeted by our wellness concierge. Travelers will be able to access appointments for COVID-19 testing, but also travel vaccines, traveling anxiety care, inoculations, metabolic panel testing and the like from a list of convenience care services. It will also be able to book time in a wellness room with services like wellness coaching, yoga classes, mindfulness sessions and specialized services like vitamin IV therapy. The first two treat locations are slated to open in late summer or early fall representing Phase III of our concept rollout. We’d then follow that up over time by converting some legacy XpresSpa locations into Treat and/or open additional locations in suitable terminals and airport venues. Most importantly, we are building the one travel brand that provides access to integrated care and can seamlessly fit into a health and wellness lifestyle. Over the long term, we envision Treat’s digital channels will provide more significant growth opportunities for revenue and profit than just our airport real estate alone. This is because we believe this customer is everywhere and not just captive audience sitting in airports. The success of this revenue stream will be achieved through both subscription-based services and provide care and tools supporting travel health and wellness.

Let us also share that while we are not actively pursuing acquisitions, given our strong liquidity and eagerness for profitable growth, we will consider acquisitions and other investments to further broaden our service and retail offerings. We are excited about this new brand and the future of XpresSpa Group.

With that, I’ll turn it over to you, James.

James Berry — Chief Financial Officer

Thank you, Doug. As Doug said, we were very pleased to have been able to recognize revenue during the first quarter based on reassessment of the management service agreements relative to ASC 606. Specifically, we recognized a total of $8.5 million in the first quarter compared to $7.7 million in the first quarter last year. The increase in revenue was primarily due to the recognition of revenue from eight of the 11 XpresCheck Wellness Centers that were wholly or partially open during the quarter, while the majority of XpresSpa locations remained closed and the ability to recognize $3.2 million of 2020 deferred revenue on underlying management services agreements, MSAs, meeting the collectibility criteria during the first quarter of 2021.

Management service fees totaled $8.2 million, as I said, which included $3.2 million retroactively from last year. We also generated revenue from services and products of $265,000 and $65,000 respectively from sales and marketing agreements with strategic spa partners related to our two locations in Dubai. Cost of sales decreased to $4.2 million from $7.2 million in the prior-year first quarter. This decrease was due to the decrease in variable costs associated with the decline in XpresSpa revenues and decreases in occupancy cost as a result of rent concessions received from the airports. These were offset somewhat by cost of sales provided pursuant to the XpresCheck management services agreement of $2.7 million. Note that cost associated with the deferred revenues of 2020 were already booked last year which also favorably impacted cost of sales.

Gross profit was $4.4 million compared to $550,000 in the prior-year first quarter, primarily due to higher revenue and the impact of the 2020 cost of sales. General and administrative expenses were $4.5 million compared to approximately $3.2 million for the year-ago comparable period. The increase was related — the increase was related to start-up costs for the additional XpresCheck Wellness Centers and development costs for Treat. These were offset by reduced variable costs related to closed XpresSpa locations and the realized benefits of cost cutting and control initiatives instituted throughout 2020, primarily in salaries, occupancy and professional fees. Operational — operating losses from operations decreased to $921,000 compared to $3.9 million in the prior year first quarter, primarily due to the higher revenue. Net loss attributable to common shareholders was $1.1 million compared to net loss attributable to common shareholders of $10.6 million in the prior-year first quarter, primarily due to higher interest expense, warrant revaluation and cost of goods sold in 2020.

Finally, with respect to our GAAP financials. Our liquidity remains strong with cash and cash equivalents totaling $102.6 million as of March 31st, 2021. During the first quarter, a total of 11.2 million warrants were exercised for common shares. We received gross proceeds of approximately $19.2 million and paid cash fees of $2.2 million in accordance with the placement agent agreement.

On a non-GAAP basis, adjusted EBITDA was a positive $900,000 compared to adjusted EBITDA loss of $2.6 million in the prior-year first quarter. This represents an improvement of $3.5 million and is indicative of the profitability of the XpresCheck Wellness Centers.

We define adjusted EBITDA as earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization expense, and adjusted for stock-based compensation and impairment and disposal of assets. We consider adjusted EBITDA to be an important indicator for the performance of our operating business XpresCheck. In particular, we believe it is useful for analysts and investors to understand that the adjusted EBITDA excludes certain transactions not related to our core cash operating activities, which are primarily related to XpresCheck Wellness Centers. We believe that excluding these transactions allow investors to meaningfully analyze the performance of our core cash operations.

For further details, please refer to our Annual Report — our quarterly report on Form 10-Q filed today. Let me now conclude with the non-GAAP financial metrics with respect to XpresCheck that we believe will be helpful in providing greater transparency in terms of its performance. Although we do not generate revenue directly from patient testing volumes as detailed above, in the interest of providing investors with greater transparency regarding XpresCheck’s performance we have opted to disclose recent and current average daily patient testing volumes, along with other relevant. Non-GAAP financial metrics.

During the first quarter 2021 average daily patient testing volumes for XpresCheck Wellness Center was approximately 70 to 100 people with the additional centers open total patient volumes grew nearly 2.5 times in the first quarter ‘2021 versus the fourth quarter of 2020. Notably, the number of higher revenue, higher margin COVID rapid tests as a percentage of total tests averaged 74% during the first quarter of this year. The average revenue per patient was the 162 hours during that quarter and total patient volume was 38,755, including 28,338 rapid tests. During April the average revenue per patient was $170 while higher revenue, higher margin COVID rapid test as a percentage of total tests averaged 81%. Total patient volume for April alone was 23,166, including 18,802 rapid tests.

And with that we would be happy to take your questions.

Questions and Answers:

 

Unidentified Speaker —

Thank you. [Operator Instructions] Michelle, [Phonetic] you may now proceed with questions.

Michelle — — Analyst

Hi, Doug. How are you today? The first question we have is airport traffic is rising, but your patient volumes are still basically the same as Q4. Do you think we have maxed out on average patient volumes already, given the rollout of vaccine?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, Michelle. Let me start by answering the question. It’s hard to predict patient volumes as we know and it certainly is going to depend on the spread of new variants and not just related to vaccination rates in the US. So while the US is one of the leaders — one of the international leaders in spreading vaccine dissemination like the UK and Israel and a few other countries, most of the world is still one to two years away from being vaccinated and reaching — coming close to herd immunity.

It’s my opinion that countries will need to continue to protect potentially a large percentage of un-vaccinated people in their communities and that will continue to lead to demand for on-site airport COVID testing.

Michelle — — Analyst

Great. Thank you, Doug. You recognized about $5.3 million [Phonetic] in revenue for Q1 specifically during the quarter and yet the patient volume times average revenue per patient was about $6.2 million. Can you explain the differential? Is it reasonable to assume that if we take the same metric for April and discount them by 20%, we could deduce April revenue?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

I’m going to send this question to you, James.

James Berry — Chief Financial Officer

Thanks, Doug. That’s actually a very good question to, again, describe the managed services arrangement. The non-GAAP patient services revenue presented are revenues to the professional practices and from that amount practice expenses, including the license providers for the services are paid and the balance is made available for XpresTest for current and past provided management services. For those centers that we have a test and meet ASC 606 revenue recognition criteria, those amounts are applied to the cash receivable that were created from that revenue recognition. For centers that we’ve determined have not yet qualified to recognize revenues primarily those due to limited operating data, those payments are booked as a deposit contract liability. So the amounts are not as straightforward as discounting by 20%.

Michelle — — Analyst

Okay. Thank you, James. The next question we received is do you plan on renewing the XpresCheck leases that are ending the soonest?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

Yes. At this point we’re planning having conversations with landlords for our first round of lease expirations. But in each instance it will depend on airport approval, but so far, everyone has been very supportive of the service that we’ve offered and believe it should continue.

Michelle — — Analyst

Great. Thank you. I got an e-mail over the weekend offering me a membership to Treat. Is this the only way you’re announcing a new XpresSpa business group?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

No. I am glad someone asked. Our investors were part of an inside audience that were targeted with the first communication as we are now in the preheat phase of our soft launch. By selling those e-mails, going live with three social media channels and putting up a landing page at treatcare.com, we are starting a multi-week phase of audience gathering so that when we launch it isn’t with a base of zero people. Beginning in early June, we will broaden our launch with a national digital ad campaign and in-airport marketing campaign as well as the launch of our website. And later in the summer, a Phase III of the launch will roll out with a big earned media and press push, another campaign driving app downloads and the launch of our mobile app. Soon after the app, our first on-site location is targeted to open. These phases have been planned to start audience building early in the summer as people start to plan their travel and fall travel and then stagger throughout the season as our technology pieces land. Probably a longer answer than you wanted, but that’s the plan.

Michelle — — Analyst

Thanks, Doug. When do you think we will begin to see revenue from Treat and will you be reporting it as a separate line item? How long can you run the business with no revenue?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

We think the revenue will build each — with each phase. Phase I with the website launch, Phase II with the app launch, Phase III with our on-site locations. So it will build. We will be reporting it — we will likely report it as its own segment at a certain point.

And then I think the last piece of how long can we run without revenue. Well, fortunately XpresCheck is providing us revenue that we can show in our P&L now, as well as providing cash flow which helps support this bridge to this additional concept.

Michelle — — Analyst

Okay. Great. Thanks, Doug. When do you think you will make the final determination as to reopen the XpresSpa or not? Surely you do not plan on evolving every location into Treat. Does the CDC’s new guidelines factor anything into your decision making process?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

Yeah. So any reopenings of spas will be related to customer traffic and consumer confidence. We’re watching that very closely. Hard to predict where that will land. Recent CDC guidelines will open up greater confidence in domestic travel, but as I mentioned earlier that is not where our core of our volume is coming from today, which is, it’s coming from international travelers and I spoke earlier as to why we think the testing requirements will remain in place for the near future.

Michelle — — Analyst

Great. Thank you. Will XpresSpa expand and focus in other parts of the world other than the US?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

So our XpresSpa portfolio, we do operate, we have historically operated in the Netherlands and UAE. It’s something that we’ll continue to keep an eye on, but the market needs to recover a little bit more like it does domestically. If you’re looking at XpresCheck or Treat, frankly there is a lot of business to be captured here domestically first with a much simpler regulatory environment. But it is something that we hope over time to address.

My — part of my background when I was at Starbucks Coffee was supporting 35 countries in Europe, Middle East, Russia and Africa. So it is an environment I’m very familiar with. I ever saw one of the businesses was the Travel Channel. So it’s something I’d love to get back to at some point with any of these brands. But right now our focus is domestic here in the US.

Michelle — — Analyst

Great. Thanks. And will we see more flexible hours of operation at XpresSpa?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

I addressed this a bit earlier during my — during this call. We are now operating seven days a week in all of them — all of our existing locations. We are setting the hours based on when the terminals are the busiest. I know there were some that felt we should have been open seven days a week many months ago, but frankly the weekends weren’t that busy in most airports. They are busier now. So we’ve extended our operating hours. We continue on a site-by-site, even terminal-by-terminal basis, watch this and then adjust accordingly.

Michelle — — Analyst

Great. Thank you. If you believe so much in Treat why now convert all spas to Treat?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

Well, we have to evaluate the real estate case by case. One, it needs airport approval as anything that happens in the airports do. But frankly there are some sites that we do have some kiosks in our system and Treat won’t fit in a kiosk, as an example. XpresCheck won’t fit in a kiosk. We also have some real estate at the head of the terminal where it’s very accessible by travelers from multiple terminals. Some are at the very end, the back end of the terminal and that may not trade a good opportunity where maybe for a spa it was fine. But for XpresCheck or Treat it doesn’t work. So it requires case-by-case analysis. We’re going through our portfolio now and including this in some of our early discussions with some of our airport partners. But I don’t expect 100% conversion and probably wouldn’t make business sense anyway.

Michelle — — Analyst

Great. Thanks, Doug. What will you do with the rest of the real estate? How many leases expire in the near term and what will you have to decide shortly on the go forward path for all these locations?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

So, as I mentioned before, it’s going to depend on traffic rates and consumer confidence that’s returning. But they’re all at different places. Some airports are granting lease extensions because of COVID, some are working to re-merchandise. So it requires airport-by-airport, almost terminal-by-terminal analysis and negotiation and our teams are very, very focused on that right now.

Michelle — — Analyst

Yeah. Great. Thanks, Doug. Does XpresSpa see the possibility for testing for STDs?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

STDs are on the list of potential services for Treat. I’m not sure if we’ll be launching with that service. We have started with a range of convenience care services that we think will have the most demand and we want to launch with those and then we can add in other services either supplement or launch services or maybe replace ones that aren’t as active. STD testing is on the board, but I can’t commit yet whether that will be part of launch or maybe after, if at all.

Michelle — — Analyst

Great. Thanks, Doug. And is XpresSpa tapping into the CBD market at all?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

Yes and no, we tried it. We did a pilot with XpresSpa before COVID and we had mixed results. We are much more optimistic. It was probably at the height of people’s interest in testing and trying out CBD products. I’m not here to say whether they work or they don’t. I know that they just didn’t sell very well for us before. It’s not on our immediate launch plan for any of our brands and — but it doesn’t mean it couldn’t appear in the future. Also not every state allows CBD to be sold anyway. There’s even some airports that didn’t support it when we did our pilot, even though the state allowed it. So I’m not convinced it’s a big opportunity.

Michelle — — Analyst

Great. Thanks, Doug. And how do you think Treat will compare — compete with airline lounges?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

That’s an interesting one. I think [Indecipherable] going to be more viable and an interesting alternative than some of airport lounges. Frankly when you — people still get to the airport typically with a lot of time. They don’t want to be rushed, especially if you’re someone of anxiety when you travel. We expect to see more of that as people begin to travel post COVID. But your options are you either go sit and eat and drink somewhere for a while before you get on a plane to sit and eat and drink some more. I think less people might be doing that in the future, my conjecture. But you also, or you can go shopping at Hudson News or Chanel, and I can only spend so much time shopping and I think a lot of other travelers are that way. The big gap is wellness services or you sit in an airport lounge waiting not at the gate and tucked away a little bit with a solid bar with tongs and free drinks again.

So again that’s great for some people, but there is this gap in alternative opportunities. Wellness treatments and other things we will be offering, I think will be very a interesting alternative to airport lounges, especially if you want to go into a private room and basically run time for a various number of services we will be offering.

Michelle — — Analyst

Okay. Great. Thanks, Doug. Are you planning on doing a reverse stock split, given where the shares are currently trading?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

So just to be clear and I think most people are aware of this, but in order to do a stock split or a reverse stock split we would need shareholder approval. We have not determined if we will seek it for our next shareholder meeting and the date for that has not been determined yet. So, again, anything that we do that require shareholder approval, we always get ahead of time. And this is one of those questions that require shareholder authorization.

Michelle — — Analyst

Thanks, Doug. How much are two locations — the two locations that are being built going to cost? Where are they located?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

We are in negotiations with two airports right now. Our drawings are being developed. So I can’t share the price yet. Likely the first couple cost a little more and then you value engineers, you roll a concept out and you see what works and what doesn’t work. But I don’t have cost to share yet as it’s still in the negotiation phases, again with the airports and getting quotes from our DCs [Phonetic] and finalizing the designs.

Michelle — — Analyst

Great. Thanks, Doug. And then would XpresSpa be shy to start their own beverage?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

Would XpresSpa be shy to start their own beverage? What I think has been asked, I know these are being submitted in writing, is would we start our own beverage. Generally airports have restrictions on certain items. It’s not easy for us to come and open and add a lot of food and beverage. There is other operators that get protected on those services. We may have a private label alkaline bottled water with benefits. We’ll see. But I don’t intend to put a lot of resources in developing a beverage line, especially if only — if some of leases where — or airports, we’d be restricted from doing it based on other food operators.

Michelle — — Analyst

Okay. Great. And then is XpresSpa strictly airport? Are you trying to branch out to water port testing?

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

Water port, I’m guessing these are seaports, cruise line terminals, ferry terminals like airports on the water. Right now we are purely focused with our bread and butter. In airports — we are very experienced airport operators. It’s where we have our current relationships. And frankly airports receive many, many more customers, much more traffic than ferry terminals or even cruise line terminals. So in the early phases we want to fish where the most fish are. But one of the important parts about the Treat concept development is the digital footprint that we’re investing in. We will have additional lines of revenue that will come in for travelers whether they are flying or maybe taking boat or driving somewhere. But it will expand beyond literally the airports where we have these locations with the tools and services that anyone can use pretty much anywhere.

Michelle — — Analyst

And that was our last and final question, Doug. Now, turning it back to you for closing remarks.

Doug Satzman — Chief Executive Officer

Okay. Well thank you very much for calling in and your continued interest in XpresSpa Group. I hope you are as excited as our management team is on continuing to pivot again and grow our business and provide more sources and more lines of revenue over this year and as we looked at 2022 and 2023. Thank you very much for your time and we’ll end here.

Operator

[Operator Closing Remarks]

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