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Zoombu finally opens its tightly locked doors to the public

04/20/2010| 9:11:27 AM| 中文

The main principles behind Zoombu are travel search using point to point and the way results are presented.

Fledgling metasearch engine Zoombu, which has been in private beta for months, has drawn back the curtains to finally reveal its product to the wider world.

The London, UK-based company has spent the best part of the last 18 months developing the system, securing funding and launching spin-off models – ZoombuSki – to test functionality.

The main principles behind the business, which is the brainchild of co-founders Rachel Armitage and Alistair Hann, are travel search using point-to-point (zip/postcodes) and the way results are presented.

Users can get results based on the quickest, cheapest or greenest options using a variety of methods of transport, including air, rail and taxi.

Read the full story at: http://www.tnooz.com/2010/04/16/news/zoombu-finally-opens-its-tightly-locked-doors-to-the-public/

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