Between middle seats, flight delays, and earbuds that break just after takeoff, there's no shortage of headaches you can encounter while traveling. But booking and managing your business travel shouldn't be one of them.
NexTravel's mission is to make arranging business travel simple, painless and pleasant. Should it really take twenty emails to book a hotel in Dallas? Isn't there a cheaper way to take that weekly flight to Chicago? In 2015, do you really need to call someone to book travel?
Founded in 2013 as a travel concierge company, NexTravel quickly realized that all companies had a common problem: they needed help centralizing and managing their travel. After launching out of YCombinator in early 2015, NexTravel is already helping hundreds of companies manage their business travel.
Right now, on-the-go execs are dealing with clunky and expensive tools. But with NexTravel, your business can quickly sign up, invite employees, and set travel policies. Enjoy features like one-click cancellations, trip sharing, and invoice export. NexTravel's "smarter search" also remembers your preferences so you can book more quickly.
NexTravel for small businesses is free to use! And you don't need to be topping the Fortune 500 list to utilize NexTravel either. SMBs enjoy group discounts for flights, hotels and cars. Have more complex organizational needs? Check out NexTravel's premium and enterprise versions with additional features for larger companies.
Wen-Wen is currently the CEO and Co-Founder of NexTravel. Before that, she was CMO at HeyPal, Inc, a venture-backed company based in Singapore and headed up marketing for MindJolt Games (now SGN.) She was an early employee at Spock, a venture-funded people search engine, and LinkedIn, a professional social network, and was one of the original founders of Women 2.0, an organization educating and mentoring female entrepreneurs.
Alexey is the CTO and Co-Founder of NexTravel. He co-founded NexTravel after an extended period of traveling around the world. Before his travels, Alexey helped develop some of the biggest game titles at Lolapps and was the lead engineer at the kids virtual world ToonsTunes. He also previously worked at Microsoft and has been starting companies since high school.