Almost every time I explain what Travella is building to an audience, everyone seems to get it right away. However, the majority of people doubt it will work . Weird ,huh?
That such a phenomenon will follow our innovation is nothing new at all.
In fact , It’s been that way for every significant market invention in recent memory.
Yahoo was skeptical of Larry Page and Sergey Brin’s plan, believing that it would fail. Today, Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is valued at $1 trillion, making it the third US tech startup to reach that milestone.
NASA’s Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. were Elon Musk’s inspirations for his plans until the astronauts concluded that they were irrational and impossible to carry out. And today, Elon Musk’s SpaceX successfully launched the first commercial spacecraft to transport a human crew to the International Space Station.
Do you want me to say anything else? In 2009, Facebook and Twitter turned down Brian Acton, but now, WhatsApp has 2 billion users and an end-to-end conversation network.
Things that don’t look like anything we’ve seen before or are used to will shape the future. Future difficulties frequently necessitate finding a remedy that wasn’t originally considered. However, it isn’t until it is recognized as such that it gains notoriety.
Similar to Travella’s role in creating the logistics industry’s future, We’re also using a decentralized structure to combat the problem of high logistics costs.
Above all, send your best wishes!