Trip Planning Made Easy with Triple

Have you ever tried to plan a trip with family or friends and found collaborating frustrating? Triple offers a simple solution to put the fun back in travel planning.  Co-Founder and CTO, Stephan Meissl, loves to travel but realized how frustrating trying to plan a trip with friends can be. He says, “I like to […]

Have you ever tried to plan a trip with family or friends and found collaborating frustrating? Triple offers a simple solution to put the fun back in travel planning.  Co-Founder and CTO, Stephan Meissl, loves to travel but realized how frustrating trying to plan a trip with friends can be. He says, “I like to travel and explore new places with friends, but it’s always a hassle to plan a trip and stay organized, especially when traveling in a group.” He saw this problem and created a solution that surpasses the capabilities of other travel planning sites that do not offer multiuser editing, offline usage and route download. The company is currently looking for engaged users and beta testers “to make the triple experience flawless and as intuitive as possible.”

Triple was selected to spend three months in Silicon Valley by “Go Silicon Valley”, This is an initiative sponsored by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy and the Austria Federal Economic Chamber that helps connect Austrian companies with the community here in the Silicon Valley and the heart of IT innovation. They pitched in front of international judges and won acceptance into Plug and Play’s International Acceleration Program. Triple made their way to Sunnyvale, California in early 2015.

Meissl has always hoped to experience the way of life in Silicon Valley and learn from the best here. He explains, “The environment is very encouraging. It’s an amazing network, one of the best in the world. It is a great opportunity for us to be here and learn and meet great people.” They came here looking to build a network of strategic partners and potential customers while validating their idea and business model and learning all they could in the Silicon Valley.


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