Dublin-based start-up is just the ticket for when travel resumes
TripAdmit has built out its end-to-end product and secured investment during the downtime 2020 brought
The springtime is usually associated with good weather and holiday hotspots, but this year has been dominated by the impact of the coronavirus. The travel industry was hit by a global quarantine, which halted flights and left thousands of hotel rooms empty.
A Dublin-based start-up that provides a ticketing solution for tour and activity operators to sell online seized the opportunity and built out its full end-to-end product, which was on its roadmap, hired more...
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