With so many recent grads being unemployed or underemployed, many young entrepreneurs are taking matters into their own hands and launching their own travel startups. Trend Hunter PR Specialist and Editor Misel Saban discusses her favorite examples of leisurely entrepreneurial endeavors, from floating cities to conceptual commuter gondolas and world travel startups.
Misel defines recreational startups as young entrepreneurs coming together and creating fun, new and exciting businesses that combine leisure into the business model. Travel startups like Remote Year help young people travel and get paid at the same time. For those looking to get their own new businesses off the ground, they can do so on a cruise ship-like vessel alongside other entrepreneurs. For fans of Airbnb, there are now business travel rental services. Proposed gondola transit in NYC also makes local travel more scenic.
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