By Regev Elya. Company ID: 93951203, Gypsy Ltd.
The time has come when planning a trip should no longer take more than seconds to minutes. Modern technology could allow us to do just that.
Allow me to illustrate how bad trip planning currently is:
Say you booked a three-week round-trip to New York, a month from now. You’re not exactly sure yet what you’ll want to do or see once you get there. But it’s three weeks. You know you’ll want to rent a car and go see more than just New York. And so you start planning your trip.
Naturally, your first step is to go on Google.
You make a few searches and come up with a list of things to see around New York: The Empire State Building, Central Park, Rockefeller Center, 9/11 Memorial, Brooklyn Bridge, and oh, don’t forget about the Statue of Liberty. Those are musts, but you need more. Three weeks to fill!
Where else could you go?
This time you google “where to go after New York”. You come up with a TripAdvisor forum discussion. Lots of talk in there, but what catches your eye is someone’s recommendation of Bar Harbor and Acadaia National Park, both in Maine. You google up some images. Beautiful.
Wait, how far is it? You plug the locations onto Google Maps — NYC to Bar Harbor — and you get the answer. 8 hours. There’s probably lots of beautiful stuff to see on the way. Why waste the drive?
Google again: “what to see between new york and maine”. One of the results grabs your attention: “Road Trip from New York to Maine”. You jump in. It’s a forum thread. One comment stands out:
“Don’t miss Rockland (Maine), a small working port, home to the Farnsworth Museum, the Wyeth Museum, and not a far ride to Christina’s House, site of Wyeth’s famous painting. The area is summer home to many artists. Beware the traffic in Wiscasset, ME. The road narrows and the jam can be horrific. Bar Harbor/Acadia is spectacular.”
Besides that traffic warning, not very useful. You were hoping to discover things to see on the way to Maine, not on Maine itself (this could wait). Besides, you can’t stand museums of any kind.
Enough with this.
You google up “USA map” to make some decisions. Boston looks as if it could be visited on the way to Maine. Nice, you’ve always wanted to visit Boston. This time you go on TripAdvisor to see their list of top things to see in Boston. You grab the ones that interest you and plug them onto that Google Maps you kept open on a separate browser tab.
Now it’s time to organize them. You don’t want to travel from one spot to the next, many miles away, only to discover that the next spot in line was actually right next to the very first spot. And so you organize.
Yet, with all that work, you’ve only figured out about three days worth of travel time. Remember, you have a three-week trip to fill. It takes time to research and it takes time to organize what you find, especially when you’re trying to avoid that Wicasset road with the horrific jam.
But you do it anyway, well, because what choice do you have?
And it goes on and on and on and on. What side will you drive back to NY through? Vermont or Connecticut? Which one has the best things to see? How long will you need in each place? Is the season right?Wait! What about hotels? You can’t stay too far out of the route, because you’ll then have to waste a lot of time driving extra each day.
As you see (and know), planning a trip is a nightmare. This whole process could take days or weeks, and by the end of it you’d feel drained of your sap, emotionally depleted. But what if I told you it could all be done in seconds, from the comfort of your phone, in one click? I suppose now’s the time to introduce you to my new invention of a travel app:
Gypsy Trip Planner.
Gypsy is a revolutionary app that completely solves the problem. It is a trip planner that deploys Machine Learning and Data Mining algorithms to generate a fully-personalized trip for the traveler, in seconds.
Best part? It also guides the user along the way, in real-time. No app currently exists that can automatically plan full, personalized trips and serve as their tour guide. Gypsy will be the pioneer, ahead of the curve, forcing current solutions to adapt or become prisoners of the past.
Let me show you Gypsy’s sparkling, cutting-edge benefits in full.
Slay the dragon of Information Overload.
We live in crazy times. The rise of the internet has broken the gates of information wide open, leading to an unprecedented overload of data that is quick to drive you insane and overwhelmed when planning a trip.
There’s just so much information, from so many sources. And it only gets worse. The three large corporations Expedia, Ctrip and Booking control the travel market almost entirely today. They buy out any new competitor, incentivizing the creation of even more similar services in the hopes of being purchased. This all leads to a paralytic state of infoxication.
Time is precious. Who really wants to spend weeks planning a trip?
This process of collecting and organizing the information, managing all the bookings, it’s very time consuming. According to recent surveys, it takes 140 online visits and 4 weeks on average just for one trip.
Gypsy’s beating heart is a self-learning algorithm that digs through massive amounts of data behind the scenes, matching it to your behavior and preferences, separating the wheat from the chaff, and eventually generating a complete, stunning itinerary custom-tailored for you.
It’s all headache-free, and takes 1⁄1000 of the time a trip normally takes to plan. I am not exaggerating. With Gypsy your entire itinerary could be planned in one click. Save weeks of browsing and reading, copying and organizing, booking and printing. And instead of hopping between a million websites and apps, have it all in one place.
Of course, you could still tweak and tune your itinerary if you weren’t 100% happy with what Gypsy came up with. Add locations, remove locations, replace locations with others. It’s all in there.
No need to plan ahead of time.
Sometimes you’re too lazy to plan ahead of time. This is something I’m very often guilty of, especially on shorter trips. I book a flight, and only when I’m there I spend some time online figuring out what to do.
This happened to me and my friend Chris on Iceland, about two years ago when I suppose the first seeds of Gypsy had been planted subconsciously inside my head. We didn’t plan ahead, so we found ourselves in the hotel room, absorbed online and clung to our phones for hours, trying to figure out an itinerary with the best things to see. It was exhausting.
I remember visiting so many websites, trying to make sense of it all, and then plugging the locations onto Google Maps to see which spot is closest and which spot should be visited afterwards, and so on.
That was not all.
There was that final nail in the coffin, which made me realize Gypsy’s existence is not optional. It would eventually be built in some form, if not by me then by someone else. It happened when I found myself in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. I had a day to kill, so I hopped on TripAdvisor to check out the list of top things to see, sorted by rank.
I started off with the very first spot (ranked #1), and then walked to the second best (#2) . So far, so good. Continued to the third spot, I think it was some church, and was quite a walk. Here comes the kicker. I then walked to the 4th spot only to realize it was right next to the 1st!
I walked back and forth between places, wasting a lot of time that could be saved if I only knew the right order I should have visited them.
This could be solved if you had spent the time ahead of the trip (or when you arrived, which would be stressful) to build the itinerary correctly. Gypsy does this for you, and automatically organizes the route in a way that squeezes maximum travel in minimum time wasting.
You’ll always have the app in your pocket, ready to plan a trip for you, whether a daily trip or a one month adventure. And it does it so fast you’ll never have to plan ahead of time again, unless you really want to.
Just launch the app, and have an itinerary at your fingertips.
You are a unique individual.
No two persons are the same. Even identical twins — who are born with the same genetic makeup and tendencies — end up a bit different, shaped by the unique circumstances they’ve each encountered growing up.
Current suggestions are the same for everybody. You’ll get the same ones whether you’re a 20y/o party animal or a 52y/o lawyer traveling with a wife and three kids. Data is too general, and no current app has the ability to learn a traveler’s special behavior & preferences and advise accordingly.
Gypsy will study you, and plan trips specifically for you.
Each itinerary Gypsy outputs is custom-tailored to the unique individual using the app. Our advanced Artificial Intelligence algorithm learns the behavior of the user over time, combines it with the basic preferences he or she had first set up when registering to the app, and matches it with the recommendations of travelers similar in behavior:
Just like our Israeli-sibling Waze, our system is social at its core. People rate places they visit, report changes, add locations to the database. We see how they interact in those places – how much time they spend, etc. – and account all this when we build a trip for you. The result:
Trips much more specific to your taste.
If you’re a nature lover traveling with kids, Gypsy will get you ample stunning natural spots along the way that are suitable for kids. If you’re a kayak enthusiast, Gypsy will crawl bare-knees on broken glass to get you to kayak on as many gorgeous waters as possible on your trip.
Your trip will be the shape of your unique you.
Yes, Gypsy also navigates you!
Gone are the old days of using annoying physical maps to follow your route. When I was recently in Portugal, my hotel concierge gave me such a map, with all the hot attractions pinpointed on it. He told me how to follow it best, but it ended up an exercise in frustration.
First, the concierge obviously didn’t know me personally, so half the locations proved not to be of particular interest to me. Second, the map was too large and cumbersome; full of advertising blocks on every side. Third, it ended up soaking wet from the rain pouring above.
Quickly, I moved to Google Maps. That was a much better experience, especially on my waterproof smartphone.
So, to save you the horrors of importing your generated trips to Google Maps (which would take forever), we created a sleek GPS guide to navigate you from one location to the next. And it works offline too! This makes Gypsy not just a trip planner, but an all-around powerful tour guide.
Powerful, because it works in conjunction with our AI trip planning algorithm. Which brings us just in time to the next point:
Things happen; Plans change.
Gypsy is dynamic and agile.
If anything happens during your trip — bad weather, crazy traffic, flight back delayed by 24 hours so now you have an extra day — Gypsy adjusts and re-generates the rest of your itinerary. We also fetch travel warnings around the world, and if we find danger we’ll drive you away from it.
Likewise, if there’s a special event around you, like a festival or an exotic horse parade, we’ll let you know if we think you’ll want to be there. You’d normally miss out on events like this unless you had a local friend to tell you about it. Well, Gypsy will now be that friend. If anything special shows up, Gypsy will let you know as you’re navigating.
Some of those functions – like traffic or weather changes – obviously only work when navigating while connected to the internet.
Discover the real world.
If you were to fly to Napoli tomorrow and had friends living there, you’d simply ask them for the best stuff to see, right? Locals know best. They’re the ones who’ll tell you about the small, special coffee shop in the part of town tourists never heard of. Or that serene, hidden gem of nature with the best views. Places like these exist all over the world.
So why are they so underrepresented in today’s apps/websites?
Well, only a tiny number of sources control almost all decisions on where and what to see around the world. There’s an extreme Pareto distribution at play here, if you will: Three large data companies – Travelport, Amadeus, Sabre – collect the vast majority of travel data.
They then supply it to three large corporations – Expedia, Ctrip, Booking – who dominate the market and use the data on their big array of different products (Kayak, Opentable, Orbitz, Skyscanner, Trip, etc.)
Do not get me wrong; I do not mean to sound like a Communist blaming the rich and competent for all trouble. I do suggest that a feedback loop seems to have kicked in long ago, distributing the already-popular places further and further, making touristic juggernauts like Eiffel Tower or Big Ben even more touristic. Why does that happen?
The algorithms behind these products seem to give “volume of visits” a huge ranking power. There’s a very strong bias toward the touristic spots, leaving little chance for new or lesser-known places to be discovered.
This feedback loop causes many beautiful places to remain as empty as a ghost town, and for the average person’s vacation to feel artificial, unoriginal, and as dense as a chicken coop, only with tourists.
Gypsy’s unique AI algorithm – which matches the wisdom of the crowd to a user’s behavior and preferences – aims to distribute travelers to those beautiful, little-known spots around the world. We scan enormous amounts of data and customize a unique trip for the user.
For example, say you’re visiting Rome. Go on any app or website and you’ll be sent to be lost in a massive crowd around the usual spots, such as the Colosseum and the Pantheon. With Gypsy, we’ll probably still want to send you there; but we may also decide you should see Rome’s secret, hidden underground city, which modern Rome is perched on.
Never heard of it, right? 😉
The world is full of magic that begs to be explored.
Plan your hotels around your trip.
Back to our New York story from the beginning. So, say you spent all the time you needed and managed to come up with a nice itinerary taking you all the way from New York to Maine, through Massachusetts on the way up and through Vermont on the way back.
You made yourself a list of all the spots worth visiting throughout the journey, and organized them nicely on a few Google Maps. Unfortunately Google limits to 10 location pinpoints per map, but you managed.
Now, where are you going to stay?
You now scour Booking.com for the best hotels you can find within that budget. But that’s not enough. For each hotel you have to go on Google Maps to make sure it’s not too far away from your route.
Too exhausting, isn’t it?
Say hello to Gypsy’s 1-Click Accommodation Booker.
I came up with this feature to end the above nightmare. It was the last missing piece of the puzzle to make Gypsy truly seamless.
Each time after you generate your itinerary in Gypsy, you will be asked whether you also want to find the best possible hotels (within the budget, obviously) around your trip, and book them all in one click. Gypsy will then import all the bookings into the itinerary for easy access.
This feature alone will save you many, many hours of frustration and work. Trip planning will never again have to feel like a chore.
We’ll send you to the best restaurants (and bars, and hotels) your money can buy.
What do you do, as you’re traveling, when all of a sudden hunger strikes you like a lightning bolt? When that happens to me, I visit TripAdvisor to check out a list of the best restaurants around me. But it’s a long list, and that makes me have to scroll through forever, and make decisions.
But I’m hungry; who has the energy for that?
Worry no longer.
To make life easier, I built a very unique feature into Gypsy. It’s called the “Around-Me”, and it shows you the Top 5 (for your budget) open places around you in a 15-mins radius. Simple, elegant, and time saving.
No more need to check opening times, or where exactly the location is with Google Maps. The tool does all this for you. No more time wasted scrolling through an endless list reading user reviews. Just choose one of the Top 5 spots, and ask the app to navigate you there.
Also, it’s not just about food. Bars and hotels too! Did you know that 50% of all travel-related bookings occur while the traveler is in his destination? Big chunk of it is hotels. Sometimes people just don’t book ahead. And so, if you didn’t use the 1-Click Accommodation Booker, you could always use this tool on-the-go to see the Top 5 hotels (within budget) nearby.
You can use this feature even if you didn’t generate an itinerary to follow at all; It’s accessible from the home screen too! Use it whenever you’re hungry, thirsty for a drink, or in need of a place for the night.
And what if you don’t fancy any of the 5 recommendations? With the tap of a button you can generate the next best 5! 😉
Keep it stupid simple.
Simplicity is our most guarded principle. It is the key element behind our design, our programming, our entire philosophy. We want travelers to have an easy time with Gypsy, so that they can focus their energy on their actual trips. We don’t want to stand in the way or distract.
This is why everything seems to take so few steps with Gypsy. One click trip planning or accommodation booking – where have you heard of anything even remotely similar? Even though the user interface looks so simple, designing it was actually a long and complex journey.
We spent a year alone on design.
On our roadmap, we plan to introduce intuitive, similar 1-Click services like travel insurance and car rental. The benefit to having it all in one app is like the benefit of using a Mac, where the software and hardware are integrated: Less errors and a more seamless, integrated experience.
These days, for instance, you can spend weeks planning/organizing your trip, finding the right accommodation for the route, and then going through the bureaucracy of travel insurance and a rental car.
When we introduce the full features of Gypsy, you’ll not only be able to plan a trip (with accommodation) in less than a minute. You’ll be able to insure yourself in a click; signing the policy digitally. Rent a car in a click; entirely eliminating office bureaucracy. We’ll even get you the car key!
This is the future of travel; a new and refreshing way of doing things, where everything runs smooth. From the palm of your hand.
That being said, we are always open to change. Bruce Lee advised us all to become like water; shapeless and formless. Likewise, Gypsy will become what the world wants it to become. It will be in a constant state of evolution, shaped by the real feedback of the marketplace.
One thing we can promise: We’ll always emphasize user experience. Could you point out even one travel app that isn’t sluggish and annoying to use? I can’t. Gypsy will always remain clean, lean and fast.
Cutting costs significantly.
Gypsy will cut costs in a myriad of ways:
By being able to plan your trip completely by yourself (more precisely, letting Gypsy do the heavy lifting with you tapping a button or two), you’re cutting off the hefty costs of agencies, third-party booking sites, and other middlemen. Your budget will go much further.
This will be especially noticeable for people who normally rely on organized tours. The agencies who organize those tours double or triple the actual cost of the trip booked separately. Gypsy does exactly what they do (but better!), organizing a trip and guiding you along it.
Invest In Gypsy 💰
Travel is one of the largest markets on the planet. A whopping 30 billion dollars has already been invested in travel tech. 10.6% of the world’s GDP is the travel industry. 1.2 billion people travel each year, contributing to an annual travel market’s worth of 1.25 trillion dollars.
According to the AARP Research, the average millennial takes four trips a year (domestic or international), spending $6,802. Don’t forget that those numbers don’t include all domestic travel; there’s a natural problem tracking people moving within their own countries.
Regardless, as you see, the travel market is humongous. Dominating even just a baby slice of it would lead to monumental financial success.
Yet, despite all that, the problems associated with the process of planning a trip are yet to be answered by a dominant solution. The marketplace has been begging for something like Gypsy to be created:
80% of travelers prefer to plan their trips on their own (TechRadar, 2018). Over 1/3 travelers would be willing to use a digital assistant (Google, 2017). 57% of travelers feel that information sources should be customized for the unique preferences of the user, and 63% of travelers wish they’d had an all-in-one platform to plan their trips (Google/Phocuswright, 2017).
It beggars belief that a similar solution doesn’t already exist.
Investing in Gypsy means investing in an exciting new tech that will allow travelers to plan a fully-personalized trip in a few seconds.
Fuel Jewish/Israeli innovation. 🇮🇱
What our country has built in 70 years is astounding. Like our siblings Waze and Mobileye, when we bring this project to fruition, you as an investor will not only benefit your own welfare, but the entire Israeli ecosystem and the welfare of future generations to come. You’ll help forge Israeli’s position as the world’s most fertile Startup Nation.
Trip Planning Competition?
The market is relatively untapped. No app exists that can do what Gypsy does, planning a full, custom-tailored trip in a tap or two on the screen and guiding you through that trip with its built-in navigator.
Some have tried creating trip planning tools:
- RoutePerfect, a website founded in 2012. Raised a total of $4m. It plans trips based on a very few preference selections. It doesn’t study user’s personality at all; doesn’t navigate you throughout the trip, doesn’t adjust due to changes; and isn’t available as a mobile app. Works just in Europe, and only in certain cities. Also, UI and UX are extremely bloated. Too much info; not easy to use at all.
- Inspirock, another trip planning website, founded in 2012. Similar to the above (same benefits & drawbacks), only Inspirock is completely unimaginative – you must set exactly which cities you’ll visit; the app doesn’t build an automatic route based on its own intelligence. Annual revenue is $9.5m.
- Visit a City, an app with pre-made trip plans for certain cities. Can’t do anything more than that. Extremely clunky and poorly designed. Generic; no trip personalization. No on-app navigation. No trip adjustment on the fly. Set trip length; not flexible at all.
- Utrip, a promising app with executives from companies such as Apple and Costco investing in them. Had a model to generate revenue by licensing its software to businesses in the hospitality space, like hotels and cruise lines. Their B2B model failed, and company discontinued after running out of cash.
- CoolCousin, a website that aggregates recommendations from locals all around the world. It’s not a trip planner per se, but lists of locals with recommended trips under their profile. Those trips often don’t fit the timeframe of your trip, and you have to do some heavy lifting making it work. Also, unscalable. To cover the world, you’d need an unrealistic amount of flesh-and-blood humans uploading trips.
All the above tools generate pre-made or generic plans. It is a fool’s errand. No individual is exactly the average, therefore an average applies to almost nobody, resulting in above tools having no charm.
Google Trips, which was shut down on August 5th, 2019, is worthy of special mention. It had promising potential (great design, practically unlimited resources to invest), but had one major failure:
You had to know which cities you were going to visit.
What’s the point? We want to the entire trip planning experience taken care of for us, even if we only know where we’re going to land. With Google Trips you had to insert all cities you intended to visit (for example 1 week in Israel: you’d put Haifa, Jerusalem, Eilat, Tel Aviv, etc).
In Gypsy you could just set “BG Airport” as both the starting and end point, and let the app decide the best trip for you during that time. It could know you love history and send you to see the hidden scrolls from Bible times, or the historic city of Armageddon, places you’d otherwise never see unless you paid an agency specializing in Historic Israel.
Comparing any one of the above trip planners to Gypsy is like comparing a battery-powered toy car to a Tesla. Gypsy sports a lean UI built solely for Mobile. It provides personalized itineraries thanks to its AI algorithm. It is dynamic and auto-adjusts in real time. It uses coordinates and not fixed destinations for planning, making it completely flexible and scalable.
Oh, what about those three big data companies – Travelport, Amadeus, Sabre – that I had mentioned earlier? Those juggernaut companies collect the vast majority of travel data. We do not compete with them at all. We do integrate and utilize their data for our own use, helping Gypsy do what it does, solving an unmet need, benefiting the entire travel food chain.
How will Gypsy become profitable?
We receive ~10% referral commission on every accommodation booked through the app. This will be available from launch. Considering the average trip accommodation costs are thousands of dollars, we’re talking some serious income generation even at a measly 1% booking rate.
Receiving commissions on accommodation will not corrupt our trip planning integrity. This is because the planning comes before booking any accommodation, so our engine is free of any monetary incentive.
Over time we’ll introduce car rentals, travel insurance, ticket bookings, maybe SIM cards, perhaps even flights, cashing in on the commission model through the entire spectrum of possibilities.
Most importantly, user won’t pay an extra dime.
In the future, we may decide to partner up with other businesses and offer unique services and products, like discounted entrance tickets to places around the world, or Gypsy branded car rentals. At one point, we may decide to offer our data through API for external use.
We will never allow direct advertising and sponsored results on the app. We believe that will disrupt user experience and erode trust in the Gypsy brand. It is therefore against our vision for the app. Suggested places will be based purely on what we think is best for the user. Gypsy will always remain clean, lean and empty of ads. This is my promise.
Phase 1 (Done): Designing the prototype to serve as the launching point for the app. We made it impressive (unlike the normal MVP). We can’t afford to make sloppy first impressions. We’ve invested in the best designer we could get our hands on, Ilya Tsuprun, who was part of a $6m talent acquisition by Asurion (owned by Facebook). One of the apps he designed was featured on the Top Featured on Google App Store. It was so successful it got the team invited to the White House.
Phase 2: Initial fund raise. How much do we need?
Minimum: $500,000 / Maximum: $1,500,000
The money will be used to pay for the first year of activity, beginning the moment the funds are available.
- $100,000 for coding.
- $350,000+ for advertising ($15k a month for Google Ads, rest for Facebook and Social Media influencers).
- $50,000 maintenance fees (server costs, etc).
- 20% will fund the ongoing development of Gypsy.
- 70% will fund the ongoing advertising of Gypsy.
- 10% will fund the ongoing maintenance of Gypsy.
Any funds beyond the minimum will go toward stronger advertising efforts, helping the app dominate the market faster. This will result in higher advertising and lower development and maintenance %.
Phase 3: Coding a scalable algorithm for Gypsy.
Phase 4: Launching the app, building a user base through PPC and social media advertising with the methods of Direct Response marketing. An agency like Wunderman, Ogilvy&Mathers, etc would cost a fortune both in cash and % of revenue. This is my expertise though, and will be an ongoing effort and part of my equity share in the company.
Phase 5: Team expansion. Money generated will be invested back in the company to accelerate its growth. We plan to introduce built-in travel insurance, car rentals, and other services over time.
Most of our advertising for Gypsy will be based on Direct Response (Direct Marketing) principles. Every cent we spend absolutely has to come back with friends. Every element must be measurable and immediate.
The goal is to recruit as many downloaders converted into income generators (through accommodation booking at first) per dollar spent. Campaigns will be monitored 24/7 for positive ROI, and will be A/B tested mercilessly for improvements. We won’t shoot arrows in the dark.
Google Ads: Currently, there are about a million searches a month for a trip planner (or journey planner, if you’re British). Gypsy will be exactly that, a trip planner first and foremost. Through Google Ads, we will bring many searchers to our focused sales copy, encouraging the download of the app, which will lead directly to accommodation bookings.
Facebook/Instagram: We will offer focused ads targeting people right before or during their travels. Yes, we’ll spot tourists as they travel and hit them with relevant, direct ads for minimum spend and maximum conversion. Ads will lead to a robust, proven sales copy.
Influencers: We will pay bloggers and social influencers from Instagram and Facebook to post photos and write about our app.
Click here for a full, detailed and pessimistic Profit Loss spreadsheet crunching the numbers on a low $500,000 investment.
Regev Elya: A Direct Response advertiser with a lifetime invested in computers & tech and a decade of very extensive travel all around the world. I own several side businesses that provide me the freedom to pursue Gypsy full time. I’ll be guiding its conceptual development, ongoing marketing and overall direction.
Chris Rauers: Owns two tour companies in Savannah, Georgia. Has many years of international travel experience. Invested in the MVP of Gypsy and contributed ideas that helped shape the final design of the app.
Dr. Kfir Oved: Advisor & Investor. Founder of MeMed Diagnostics and Canopy Immuno-Therapeutics. Co-author of 83 patents. Author of 15 peer-reviewed publications. Recipient of multiple research excellence awards, including the prestigious Wolf Award. Listed as one of the Top 25 Voices in Precision Medicine for 2019.
Gypsy, a fully personalized trip planner.
Gypsy will change the game of travel. No longer will we plan trips in days, through endless reading and decision-making. With Gypsy’s advanced algorithms, you will now plan trips in a few taps. Those trips will be way more exciting — fully personalized and 100% unique! Inspired by my love of both travel and technology, Gypsy will be the new way to travel.
By Regev Elya, email@example.com.
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