JIGBELL (Hong Kong)
Entrepreneurship, Business Development, Strategy, Growth Hacking
I want Jigbell to predict what travelers will want to do depending on the context of their trip.
Whether it's a business trip, or a solo journey for 6 months around the world, or a honeymoon, your travel will be different. Jigbell aims at being a tech' travel guide that will adapt to your expectations and will help you do more within a couple of taps (booking, planning, sharing)
In addition to Jigbell, I launched the beta of howmuchtogetavisa.com, a tool to help you check whether you need a visa depending on your nationality, destination and purpose of your travel. I want this to automate as well in the future visa booking for travelers. This is how I consider marketing today. Bring value upfront to users.
Jigbell is still in the validation stage and I teamed up with a full-stack web developer to accelerate its development as a side-project.
- It's hard to start a business when you're a non-technical founder
- It takes time and patience to get where you want to be
- Hustle has to be in your DNA