I’VE been flying all of my life. When you start a business, it’s great to have to fly because that means your business is growing. But the process is infuriating. As a former counterterrorism agent in Britain, I can’t argue against safety. And at my company, Tough Mudder, we take safety very seriously. But there just needs to be a more efficient manner to conduct security at the airports.
The ex-counterterrorism agent has traveled frequently both for the British government and his business, and out of all the airports in the world he picks New York’s LaGuardia as his absolute least favorite.
6 Takeaways From Airbnb’s Manifesto on Stakeholder Capitalism Ahead of Davos
The Ripple Effect: Redefining Community Tourism and its Power to Transform Lives
The Future of Mobility in Corp Travel Brings a Messy Chase for Scale
What This Minor Vs. Marriott Lawsuit Reveals About the Hotel Biz
Xiezhu Raises $37 Million for Smart Hotel Tech: Travel Startup Funding This Week