This is a roundup of product news and announcements for travel STARTUPS in tourism and hospitality on Tuesday 10 December 2013...
The market place will be run from 9flat’s head office in Hamburg. 25 jobs will be lost in Berlin. The Berlin House of Representatives recently decided on a ban on vacation rentals in Berlin.
Three new staff have joined the Rome2rio team in the past month, covering development, content and product supply.
Former Zynga lead engineer joins the company as head of technology as Brits get a taste of the travel gifting service for the first time.
Jetpac launches the City Guides app for iPhone - a new Instagram-driven pathfinder that gives iPhone users a better picture of points of interest in a destination.
The idea is to help flyers to learn more about what makes flights different and help airlines to show flyers what’s great about traveling with them at the point that it’s most important — while they’re shopping.
The company has invested in the first institutional round of funding for Birds Eye Systems, which offers real-time traffic and travel information for Indian cities through a variety of mobile and internet channels under the Traffline brand.
JoGuru adds hotel reservation feature to its trip planning serviceJoGuru
, a trip itinerary creation platform, has added a feature that allows users to book hotels in destinations while planning a trip. Users will notice a new tab by name "Hotels" that allows them to book hotels even after planning the entire itinerary. NB:
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