Who loves to travel? I bet a lot of you do! It seems we will be free to travel again soon. Free to get on a plane or take a drive to meet a customer, or to go somewhere you have never been. But before we take off, let’s take a look at some of my favorite travel hacks.
The United States of America is the most generous country in the world over a long period of time according to the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) World Giving Index. Unlike Czechia that is among the least charitable countries. Americans love helping out people in need. Donating money to charity seems much less common for Czechs. I believe it is not a lack of generosity.
Thanks to a partnership between Apple and Healthvana, a software platform that delivers test results to patients, residents in Los Angeles can have their vaccination records stored digitally since the end of December. In the Apple Wallet or selected Android wallets. With about 10 million residents, Los Angeles County is the most populous county in the United States.
This story began back in 1996. Geert-Jan Bruinsma, a tech guy with an entrepreneurial spirit, wanted to bring together Dutch travelers and the places they wanted to stay with the help of online booking service. His little start-up grew steadily in its first few years. Therefore, it was acquired by a bigger company nine years later.
The German FlixMobility is a rapidly growing technology company that has become a leading European mobility platform. It enables people to get from A to B comfortably, quickly, and affordably by green FlixBus long-distance buses. Everyone probably knows them by now. They basically changed the way millions of people travel in Europe in less than seven years.
Since 2015, I have been going above and beyond what is ordinary. I went the extra mile to engage in an exceptional volunteer initiative. And I am happy to support some nice people doing a great thing – raising funds for people with muscular dystrophy, a disease that has no mercy. I give them my time, energy, knowledge and get a good feeling of helping others.
I would like to bring you also other perspectives on this blog from time to time. So I will ask various experts with different backgrounds for their insights, experiences, and opinions about our cashless future. Let’s start with Rostyslav Dobryanskyy, branch manager at Ukrainian office of app2drive Deutschland, a mobile app-based car rental company.
Demopark added a new form of entry passes distribution directly into the mobile wallet this year. A digital entry pass makes an online purchase much easier. The whole distribution consists of downloading the digital entry pass directly into the mobile phone through a link on the website.