More than 99% of businesses are run now in the following way: reducing costs, offshoring, maximizing profits, prioritizing short-term objectives.
While there is generally nothing illegal about running a business in that way, and doing so may make shareholders happy, it fails to account for the long term impacts on society and the environment.
Travellution tries to think differently about running a business through its Travellution Ethical Model. While no formal definition exists, businesses Read more [...] Read More
Have you ever met an Organization Maniac Traveler??
For this type of traveller nothing should be left unplanned. These travelers organize their trips like an engineer's flux diagram leaving only a few seconds to stop and take a breather:
"Oxford Circus at 12.00am, London Bridge at 13.45. Coffe pause of 30 minutes, bathroom (2 mins, depending on the cue...) and then British Museum until closure. Restaurant on Hanover St. and a cab to Piccadilly Circus at 10pm. Then hotel, brush teeth and Read more [...] Read More
A few years ago we experienced the email account bubble where people had multiple accounts due to the limited space each user was allowed.
Today, we are experiencing the social media bubble. Facebook, myspace, linkedin, bebo, twitter, hi5, etc are just some of the more well-known names to emerge in recent years. More than 50% of population in the US and Europe has a Facebook account and according to recent news, the social network based in Palo Alto is the most clicked website in the world.
In Read more [...] Read More