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Hangar 51 global innovation programme returns for third run

by: Startacus Admin ~ 4th June 2018
International Airlines Group (IAG) have launched its third Hangar 51 global innovation programme in collaboration with British Airways, Avios and IAG Cargo to support startups to transform the travel industry. Based in London at the companies’ headquarters, Hangar 51 will invite travel focused startups from around the world to develop and test their products, with the opportunity to grow on...
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KOMPAS COO Maps Out a Future for AI and Us

by: Startacus Admin ~ 28th April 2018
Last month, Olivia Higgs, COO of KOMPAS, gave a TEDx talk on Artificial Intelligence after being named as one of the UK’s most inspirational young individuals. At the end of 2017, JCI UK recognised Olivia Higgs as one of the UK’s most inspirational young individuals for her accomplishments in business and economics, and in March 2018 Olivia was invited to Virginia, United States, ...
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My Swft - travel planning made easy

by: Startacus Admin ~ 22nd April 2018
My Swft - The startup that's using instant messaging to become your free travel concierge where technology and the human touch are combined.Travel agents used to be all over the place, tempting you with pictures of tropical beaches and sun-washed villas. Now, they are fading into obscurity as people become more frugal with their time and money, and so more determined to do everything themselves. W...
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Startup of the Week - Sherpr

by: Startacus Admin ~ 18th April 2018
Sherpr - The travel startup that's making shipping sports equipment a doddle by offering a door to door service... If you’ve ever had to travel with sports equipment, you’ll know only too well that it can be a bit of a hassle. After all airports can be stressful enough without having to worry about ensuring your prized golf clubs or your mountain bike get to your holiday destination i...
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AirPortr - luggage check-in made easy

by: Startacus Admin ~ 10th April 2018
AirPortr - the London based startup that's fast tracking airline passengers and their luggage between the world's cities The worst part of any trip is the airport. Crying children, garbled announcements that leave you wondering ‘was that my flight?’, overpriced food and drink, and queues. The queue for the plane is unavoidable unless you borrow a small child to get you boarding first;...
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Luggage storage service CityStasher re-brands to Stasher

by: Startacus Admin ~ 24th March 2018
With over 60,000 bags 'stashed' in total since they launched, Luggage storage startup CityStasher will now be known as ‘Stasher’ – a shorter and snappier brand name, which is also simpler to pronounce across the various geographies in which the business operates.   The name change coincides with the launch of Stasher’s new website, which has also been u...
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Accomable finds a new home at Airbnb

by: Startacus Admin ~ 18th November 2017
London startup Accomable, a platform to help people with mobility difficulties find accessible properties around the world has been acquired by Airbnb. Accomable was founded in the summer of 2015 by Srin Madipalli and Martyn Sibley – two childhood friends with Spinal Muscular Atrophy who have travelled all over the world. Frustrated by the difficulty of finding accessible places to stay and...
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The Impact of Tech on the Travel Industry

by: Startacus Admin ~ 10th August 2017
Future tech trends that could impact the travel industry going forward - a guest article by Sahil Shah, CEO of Sujester, a personalised travel inspiration platform for the travel sector.Travel is a highly fragmented and highly centralised industry at the same time. It is able to be at the cutting edge of technology, and void of it at the same time. Technological developments such as...
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TravTab looks to cash in on the pain of paying for that all important holiday

by: Startacus Admin ~ 6th August 2017
We have written before about travel startups, but perhaps now it’s time to talk about the least fun part of taking a holiday. Holidays are supposed to be fun and exciting to plan, argue about beach vs hiking, and then eventually book, all the while giving you that feeling of anticipation you probably haven’t had since you were a child looking forward to Christmas. Then, after the perio...
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Eightydays.me wants to make multi-city travel a simple click away

by: Startacus Admin ~ 1st July 2017
We are liking the look of Eightydays.me - an online travel tech platform that plans your multi-city travel in literally a few clicks. Instead of spending a few hours working out how you can do multi-city / country travel, Eightdays.me offers users the combination of flights, trains and ferries to create exciting multi-city travel adventure option. Their mission as they state on their website: U...
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