Displaying items by tag: trip planning
Looking for: Developer
We are currently developing, and close to launching a closed beta, of an amazing new approach to trip planning. Tripfocal is a website where users can share the most important particulars of their trip with other trip planners. In addition, when planning a trip, being able to view how others traveled is invaluable to the trip planning experience.We are looking…
Looking for: Biz developer, Designer, Developer, Engineer, Product manager, Sales person
Booking sites have pretty much eliminated the need for travel agents, we can book anything we want online. However, they don't solve the need for booking and creating a complete travel itinerary from a trusted source. We can book flights, hotels, but research is still required to know what you're booking, so you have to spend time reading a travel…
Looking for: Developer
A travel based site that I would classify as the E-Harmony of travel planning. A much more in depth approach to travel planning matching travelers to possible tour operators. This would expand well beyond a generic review site or operator listing site.
The online travel booking market is valued at US$ 900 billion, with more than 90% of the 1 billion annual international trips being planned online. While the online flight and hotel booking space has seen a lot of growth in recent years, there is still a gap in the travel market when it comes to planning what to do during a trip, vis-à-vis finding the…
Looking for: Developer
Arrive.com is a social travel platform that allows your friends, local experts, and respected travel brands to quickly capture their knowledge of the best things to see and do within destinations throughout Asia (and eventually the world).  That valuable information is then shared via comprehensive destination guides with the intent of helping fellow travelers find their way based on recommendations…