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We’ve Just Been Featured on BetaList!

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September 16, 2016

Good news! We’ve just been featured on BetaList, THE place for early adopters to discover upcoming internet startups, and for startup founders to share their startup with the world and get early user feedback. BetaList is known for promoting innovative new startups by sharing their application with their network…


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The Service Industry in the Sky

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September 12, 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.

These drones are being produced…


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We’re a USWC World Finalist!

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September 8, 2016

It’s official! We’ve been selected by the University Startup World Cup (USWC) to compete as a 2016 world finalist in Copenhagen for a chance to win $25,000! With just 50 teams being selected from around the world, it’s going to be a tough competition, but we’re excited to be…


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Did Someone Say New Offices?

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September 5, 2016

That’s right, we did! This week marks the start of our new journey in Aldgate, with the technology giants such as Uber and HootSuite just a stones throw away. Thanks to the fantastic guys over at The Office Group, we’ve been selected as one of the TOG Futures companies,…


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Can Artificial Intelligence Influence Travel?

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September 5, 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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September 2, 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…