Category: Breaking News

“BE AT THE FOREFRONT OF COOL”: CULTURE TRIP LANDS COVETED IOS APP OF THE DAY SPOT IN U.S.

Distinction on the U.S. iOS Store Comes Only Six Months After Landing U.K. Featured App NEW YORK, NY (June 24, 2019) – Culture Trip, the travel, media and entertainment start-up, has been awarded the honor of App of the Day in the U.S. by Apple IOS Store editors. A mere six months after landing the ...

STUDY REVEALS NEW “CULTURE ECONOMY” DRIVING GLOBAL TRAVEL AND CULTURAL INTERACTION

New study from travel media startup Culture Trip uncovers new ‘cultural mindsets’ based on people’s cultural curiosity and social contexts 60 percent of study respondents say their outlook on life is shaped by influences from different cultures People seek out experiences over possessions to shape their identity, with 43 percent of study respondents saving their ...

CULTURE TRIP DEBUTS FIRST ORIGINAL SHORT FILM “THE SOUL OF SOHO” AT SXSW

Film Explores the Concept of Community Across Soho Neighborhoods in London, New York and Hong Kong with Original Score by Grizzly Bear’s Christopher Bear EMBED TRAILER https://youtu.be/pxTILPTXtyY PHOTOS FROM PREMIERE: http://bit.ly/2XQV1oH AUSTIN, TX (March 9, 2019) – Culture Trip, the travel, media and entertainment start-up, debuted today their first original short film, The Soul of ...

UK TECH STARTUP CULTURE TRIP MAKES U.S. DEBUT AT SXSW

*** MEDIA ALERT *** Culture Trip to Bring “Soho to SoCo” at the Iconic Austin Motel March 9th – March 11th Events Include World Premiere of Culture Trip’s First-Ever Original Film The Soul of Soho and Drag Bingo with Manila Luzon and Bob the Drag Queen from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” WHAT: UK tech startup, Culture ...

Revealed: Brits Travel To Bring Back A Good Story And Appear More Wordly

New Cultural Mindset study from travel media startup Culture Trip reveals social and travel motivations for Brits in 2019 Perception is a crucial part of travel, with over half (58%) of Brits choosing experiences that give them good stories to tell One in three Brits (33%) want people to be impressed by their travel experiences ...