Travellution, the Paris-based travel website allowing users to plan, share and follow trips, has announced the closing of an additional financing round of over €300k, the relocation of its Paris offices to Paris Incubateurs in eastern Paris and the addition of two new advisors, Mr. Olivier Fleurot and Mr. Pierluigi Paracchi.
Travellution is joining the travel social network party a good six months after the early entrants started pivoting or closing once they realized that there’s already a travel social network called Facebook.
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