Sunday, June 08, 2014
Travora: A New Model in Travel- an interview with Nan Kirsten Forte on EGG Live!
Nan-Kirsten Forte joined Travora as CEO in September 2011 after 13 years of groundbreaking success leading WebMD Health.
This episode is #8 of all time on Solutionz Live with over 2000 downloads.
Travora is an entirely new brand, mission, and suite of information products created with a singular focus: to enlighten travel consumers in the ways that appeal to them today and in the future. And, most importantly, in ways that give each and every one of us what we call “TravelStyle.”
Travora is an online one-stop resource accessible through any digital device – no matter how large or small and portable. From considering where and how to travel to seeing and selecting options based upon expert curated recommendations along with timely news and information to reviews and consumer tips on using the digital travelsphere.
Nan-Kirsten Forte joined Travora as CEO in September 2011 after 13 years of groundbreaking success leading WebMD Health. She held several positions at WebMD including Executive Vice President, Consumer Services overseeing webmd.com, medicinenet.com, rxlist.com, and emedicinehealth.com including online, mobile, social, video, and local products.
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Travora’s websites are http://www.travora.com/
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