For over 25 years, the travel industry’s most influential leaders from around the world have attended The Phocuswright Conference: among them, hue brands such as TripAdvisor, Google, Airbnb, HomeAway, Amadeus, OYO, Ctrip, KAYAK.
Nannybag, the worldwide leader in luggage storage, has been selected to participate in this event, after winning Travel Innovator of the Year Runner-Up at Phocuswright Europe at the beginning of the year.
Figures speak for themselves
In just four years, the start-up has helped over 250K travelers overcome the hassle of luggage management and is on the path to reaching 1M bags stored in 2020. With 4000 storage partners in its international network and offices in Paris, London, Singapore and Montreal, Nannybag is making huge strides in its mission to change the way people travel.
A summit for the most influential players
The four-day event is one of the major travel events of the year. It’s where everyone – from startups to global leaders – gathers to network and make deals, explore trends and technology, and learn who’s doing what, what’s hot, etc.
“Our attendance at Phocuswright highlights our dedication to our massive transformation purpose: changing the way people travel,” says Matthieu, CEO. “We’re excited to pitch among companies that are just as obsessed as we are when it comes to travelers’ experience”.
We want to change the way people travel!
Nannybag is set to take the main stage on Tuesday in front of the biggest names in every sector of travel: Expedia, Agoda, IBM, Booking.com, American Express and more. This year’s theme, “Are we there yet?”, was created to discuss whether the travel industry has reached the future that its visionaries promised. Nannybag showed up yet again to prove that it did.
The start-up will unveil a new strategic move to an audience of c-level executives and investors, in a chance to win one of the most coveted prizes of this event: the Award for Travel Innovation. The jury will assess each pitch according to the business value of the innovation and its potential effect on the market place.
Matthieu Ballester, CEO and Co-Founder at Nannybag, commented, “We want to help people travel without once thinking about luggage. Now we are thrilled to present a breakthrough innovation which will bring exceptional value to the travelers’ journey”.