Hospitality Travel

Airbnb vs Hotel

Have you ever assigned your team to an event or conference and not known where to house all of you? Well, there are a couple options that cross my mind: Airbnb or a hotel. So, i’ve used lots of options for places to stay during travel, and nothing has impressed me more than Airbnb. Why

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Seven Travel Technology Trends Every Startup Should Watch

Technology is moving at a much faster pace than ever before. The process of digital transformation is no longer a business initiative but rather a business imperative. In order to keep up with the emerging digital transformation economy, each growing company must become a digital nativein the way the executives and employees of the enterprise

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JOZU for Women

Women everywhere- HOT NEWS! Sorry men, but this app is specialized for women who love to travel! JOZU for women is an amazing travel companion. As a woman, we want to explore and travel but we don’t want to be worried about where are staying. We don’t want to feel unsafe in a city that

Lifestyle Travel

90 Days In Egypt Taught Me It’s Youngry

For the last three months, I’ve had the opportunity to be on assignment, through Uber, in Cairo, Egypt. Over these last ~90 days I’ve made a lot of observations that show me that Egypt, until recently an economic powerhouse in Africa, embodies the Youngry mentality. 1. Egypt is young AF In a country of almost

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10 Reasons To Consider the Southeast for a Startup or Investment Location

I’m a three-time company founder, based in Atlanta, a city where I intentionally chose to start my companies, as opposed to some of the more popular startup hubs. After attending 36I86 in Nashville, a conference (named for its map coordinates) for Southeastern-based entrepreneurs and investors, I realized, again, why my choice was sound. I also recognized, though, how little

Culture Travel

7 Companies Empowering You to Give Gifts That Give Back

Holiday gift giving can be both stressful and unfulfilling. Checking boxes off of people’s wish lists may not be your ideal way to spend your hard-earned dollars. Instead, perhaps consider supporting other entrepreneurs who are not only offering cool products that your friends and family may love, but better yet, your purchases also help to

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How Cultural Momentum Can Kickstart Your Business

When launching a new business, you have enough stacked against you. The statistics say most startups are likely to fail. You’ll never have enough capital, time or energy. Getting investors and customers is hard. But there’s one way to help improve your chances: latching onto a trend that’s already happening. You may have an amazing new product or