This week on People On The Grid by Katrina Logie, we chat about a Food Tourism App. We met with the Co-Founder of Bitemojo, Michael Weiss and the Co-Founder of Barcelona Eat Local, Marina Manasyan. In our interview, we talked about both Michael and Marina’s respective companies and then what lead them to collaborate on a project that involves two of my favourite things: food and tourism. Food-urism. Continue reading “People On The Grid with Food Tourism App”
Sweet summertime in Barcelona! Sunshine, beach days, and tourists, flocks and flocks of tourists. You can’t really go anywhere no matter how much of a local spot it is without seeing families, friends, or large groups on holiday. The beaches and streets went from already being busy to being packed with barely any room to walk.
Just how is tourism affecting Barcelona?
Ever since the Olympic Games were hosted here in 1992, Barcelona has greatly benefited. Barcelona is a great example of how a city can quickly develop a tourism industry after the Olympics. The benefits of this would of course be money. Money from tourism has resulted in new jobs, new roads, buildings, restaurants and many more good things. Today, about 14% of Barcelona’s economy is made up of tourism. Continue reading “Tourism in Barcelona”
In this, People On The Grid podcast Sergi Tarragona, founder of Cloud Co-working at only 25 years old! Barcelona has recently transformed itself as a co-working hotspot. Cloud Coworking brings together an international community of entrepreneurs with currently 15 different nationalities. Sharing knowledge and helping others out – is the foundation of Cloud Coworking.
By Sam Mednick
Original article at: USA Today 10 Best
There’s no lack of sights to feast your eyes upon in Barcelona. Even if you’re just strolling up Passeig de Gracia or along Las Ramblas down to Barceloneta beach, the breadth of intricate architecture, zany characters, avant-garde design and gorgeous buildings can make a five-minute walk turn into an hour journey.