This collaborative platform allows its users to plan a trip simply, and earn money with their own routes and experiences around the world.
Audrey and Clement first met in Arles, a charming corner of France. Both passionate about travel, they decided to live in Montreal for three years. The two co-founders embarked on this adventure in October 2015, with the idea of a community forum that allows people to share their travel experiences. Audrey (DA), webdesigner, works on the artistic and marketing side, while Clément (CTO), web developer, manages the technology and the website.
Tripilli is suitable for all travellers, for both experienced and less experienced. It is the travellers who propose the itinerary that they have followed step by step. Then, all the trips are checked by the Tripilli's team. Of course, the quality of the information offered, the discoveries made and detailed itineraries are important for the reader. And, the author earns money for each publication.
When you purchase a guide on Tripilli, you can access all information about the trip. There are two types of trip: Weekend and Road trip. The concept simplifies travel planning by providing step-by-step information on accommodation, restaurants, transport, activities and discoveries. Since March, the start-up sells the first paper guides written by and for private individuals. The price of a travel guide is proportional to the length of the proposed stay.
In this way, a virtuous circle is created. The website is always enriched with itineraries: users who register to buy an itinerary will also travel, and in turn will be able to sell their trip. Contributors accumulate earnings with the sale of their travel which is paid monthly.
Today, with more than 3,000 members, Tripilli represents 100 destinations in the world. The website is also available in English.
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