Neil Ruth, Thomas Young and Jack Timblin, co-founders of travel technology firm TapTrip, share their experience of going global.
- Partnership opportunities drove TapTrip to go global.
- Automation provides a level of defence against disruption.
- Localisation is all-important for breaking into new markets.
TapTrip decided to go global once they realised the huge potential for partnership opportunities outside of Europe. With Covid-19 driving interest in their travel platform, Neil, Thomas and Jack are finding it a challenge to know what to prioritise and when.
In this video the three co-founders explain why they decided to break out of Europe, the challenges surrounding global expansion and what other founders need to know about localisation.