The Incubator for Travel Startups
Travel Startups Incubator (TSI) connects traveling tech entrepreneurs with prospective investors via its dynamic digital hub Travel Technology Investment Platform.
Travel Startups Incubator was founded by former travel entrepreneurs and startup advisors. The platform provides support for young ventures within mobile travel tech, leisure travel, in-destination, travel advertising, business travel, B2B, and much more. Its new Investment Platform connects the startups with TSI’s own growing network of “Innovation Partners”.
The suite of accessible tools in TSI, combined with the new Investment Platform, allows companies mentored under Travel Startups’ experts to be leaders in a massively competitive industry that — according to Statista — has an annual global economic impact of approximately $7.5 trillion.
“Apart from creating an entirely new playing field for startups to easily showcase their ideas and technology, the Travel Technology Investment Platform gives our startups more exposure and access to accredited investors who are specifically interested in travel tech, and exclusive access to TSI’s Innovation Partners and Strategic Alliances, such as Skyscanner and Amadeus, to raise funds and get their projects off the ground,” said Travel Startups Incubator Founder Matt Zito .
As the first of its kind in the travel tech sphere, this fresh take on leveraging investment networks gives startups aiming to raise seed funding an unprecedented level of exposure. “This is a solution to a problem that was desperately needed in the digital travel industry,” added Zito .
TSI aims to be the leading global incubator investing exclusively in travel technology companies, complementing its new web-based platform with its existing investor network — one of the largest in the industry.
“We compete against some of the largest tech incubators in the world, but our virtual structure allows us to provide incredible value through niche expertise and lower overhead costs during incubation processes,” concluded Zito.