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Smart travel service provider Tripscool secures 80 million yuan
Tripscool has over 10,000 SKUs launched on its official platform, mobile App and H5. Most of the content is about destinations in Japan, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Europe, with Africa in the pipeline.
Blockchain travel startup from Pakistan successfully raises $14M
This project allows its users to book buses or vans that function on fixed routes with fixed times and stops.
JMI Equity invests $40 mln in RainFocus
The funding will be used to accelerate and broaden product development efforts, expand RainFocus’ global organization, and further other strategic initiatives.
Camp education institute Stateside Adventures nabs multi-million yuan investment
In 2018, Stateside Adventures tripled the number of enrolled students year on year. The gross profit margin was nearly 50%, and the operating revenue was about RMB 30 million.
Cathay Pacific eyes investment in Hong Kong Express Airways
Cathay Pacific has held preliminary talks with HNA about acquiring minority stakes in Hong Kong Express Airways and Hong Kong Airlines.
US startup raising $10 million for private jets you can lease with crypto
Jet Token had already launched an initial version of its iOS app in September and is planning to ship the version with built-in crypto payments by the end of this year.
Berlin-based business travel startup Comtravo raises €21 million additional funding
Bookings on Comtravo can be done either, through the online booking tool, or by email.
Travel startup investments 2018 - a year in review
The growth rate of funding to travel startups has contracted each of the last three years, companies in Asia Pacific have now raised the most money.
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