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Celebrating Diwali in India

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30th October 2016

India’s culture is among the world’s oldest and most diverse, coming to the foreground during its biggest festival of the year. Diwali is a celebration of good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance however, the legends associated with the festival vary across different parts of India….


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The Future of Technology

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20th October 2016

Hello Tomorrow is an annual event where more than 2000 technology leaders and entrepreneurs at the forefront of innovation come together to showcase and discuss the future of technology. Last week we had the pleasure of going to the event which took place over two days in Paris.
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Paris through the Eyes of KOMPAS

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17th October 2016

We’re gearing up for the launch of our mobile application in London, Berlin and Munich but we do always like to keep looking ahead. Plans for a future launch in Paris are already in the pipeline so we’ve been busy navigating our way through the back alleys looking for…


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The Service Industry in the Sky

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12th September 2016

Fancy being served by “flying waiters”? No, these aren’t people who have had too much red bull, they are aerial drones which are soon to be used in one of the Timbre Group restaurants in Singapore bringing a technological game change to the service industry.

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Can Artificial Intelligence Influence Travel?

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5th September 2016

The word Artificial Intelligence has been thrown around in the start-up world over the past few months, with phrases like Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing following shortly after. That said, can these rapidly evolving technologies really be used to influence the travel industry, and if so, by how…


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The Death of Clubbing?

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2nd September 2016

Is the rise of the hipster, start-ups and artisan food to blame for the death of clubbing? According to The Economist this is a Europe-wide epidemic with the number of clubs in Britain and the Netherlands being slashed. Even in the party capital of Berlin, clubbing itself is on…

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