Following their launch in February and their subsequent success, Trip4real – the online platform for discovering Spain through unique activities curated by the locals – and Ferran Adrià (I don’t think he needs an introduction), new partner in the startup, have embarked on a new voyage: to get together 1000 entrepreneurs from all over Spain from within the tourism and lifestyle sectors who are interested in showing off their project and benefitting from linking with a young, dynamic program with a solid future.
In the words of Adrià “What we want to do is involve the people,” and by forming part of Trip4real, “you have the ideal space to create and develop your ideas and demonstrate that although times are tough, with a little magic, creativity and passion , you can get new projects of the ground.” Using Trip4real enables anyone to become a micro-entrepreneur. Anyone with a hobby and entrepreneurial passion can use this platform to promote their activity (anything related to tourism; art, gastronomy, sports, music, photography, literature..) and in return receive remuneration. Adrià continues “Finding an activity that you are passionate about is key as it will be transmitted to the people who accompany you. If you have a passion for what you do then it’s not work. Otherwise, I wouldn’t spend 16 hours each day in the kitchen!”
1,000 entrepreneurs. A risky but brave venture, confident and enterprising creative potential of the country with the support of renowned Ferran Adrià and the backing of advertisers Toni Segarra and Luis Cuesta, who also joined the team as Trip4real shareholders. These three great figureheads of the Spanish creative scene have become part of this startup that in just eight months has successfully mobilized a community of over 5,000 users throughout Spain and attracted travelers around the world in search of different, unique and memorable travel experiences.
Read our previous Better Know A Startup article on Trip4real