As many may already know, TBEX in Prague has been cancelled. Last week, TBEX founder, Kim Mance (@KimMance) was forced to make the tough decision to drop the TBEX Europe event in Prague scheduled for early November.
“There were just some logistical problems in Prague and rather than continue to get a headache over it and possibly wind up with it being haphazard, I just decided to pull the plug and do something during Continue Reading
The press distribution platform, Travmedia.com has today launched its new social media network, called My Network, in the UK.
Travmedia distributes press releases and materials (photos & video) from PRs and the tourism/travel industry to travel journalists and bloggers who register with them for free, selecting what kind of news they want and how frequently. The company started in Australia and now covers Asia, The Middle East, North America, Europe, and the UK.
At the beginning of 2011, Travelllll.com was just an idea. A notion which I’d had towards what was, to me at least, a big gap in the travel blogging market. Now, just four months after setting the wheels in motion, I’m extremely proud to welcome you to the travel industry’s hottest new property.
Travelllll.com is a travel blogging and media news site. We’re going to be covering all the latest news in the niche which we’ve watched grow so heavily Continue Reading
At the recent TravelBloggersUnite.com conference in Innsbruck Tripwolf’s CEO Sebastian Heinzel, announced a new ‘build your own mobile guidebook’ facility for Tripwolf users, and, of particular interest to travel bloggers, a new opportunity to collaborate with Tripwolf in the creation of co-branded mobile apps.
Tripwolf calls itself “a social travel guide”. It merges professional travel guide content from publishers and its own team of writers, with user-generated content from its community. Some time ago the company recognised the Continue Reading
Two of the most popular ways to grab local accommodation as you travel are getting a shakeup.
Firstly, the previously non-profit Couchsurfing has decided to accept major funding from investors and has become a “B” (for Benefit) Corporation, with nearly £5m going into the pot from philanthrophic investors Omidyar (of Wikimedia and Kiva) and Benchmark Capital. While reiterating that Couchsurfing will never make its users pay for the Continue Reading