There are many people gainfully (or otherwise) employed by technology companies second guessing what the future of ecommerce will look like.
KelBillet helps French travelers book domestic and short-haul journeys by train, bus, car, plane, and rideshare, plus helps them re-sell tickets. It claims 1 million unique visitors a month.
Gidsy is an "AirBnB for authentic events." Locals in more than 140 cities worldwide use the site to sell their tours, courses and other activities.
New Israel-based site Roomer lets users sell recoup the cost of pre-paid hotel reservations they can’t keep by re-selling them in a marketplace. It announced its funding today, and launched its new site.
To let you spend more time schmoozing (or sleeping), here is a wry take on what is often discussed in travel industry panel debates.
WhipCar is not the new kid on the block. It has been around for about two years and in that time many car-sharing startups have staked a claim in the peer-to-peer ground transportation space
Nobody particularly likes a deadpool story, but sometimes there are lessons to be learned to help out others in a sector seemingly trying to do that same thing.
Taking its name from explorer, Antonio Pigafetta, credited with being part of the first team to circumnavigate the world, Pigafe is boldly taking on the world of tours and experiences
In the year following the PhoCusWright report titled When They Get There & Why They Go, I’ve seen an explosion of interest and apparent innovation in the tour and activity space.
TLabs Showcase on travel startups featuring Poland-based MyGuidie, a platform which allows travellers to find unique experiences run by locals.