NanoTravel Guide to the World’s Top Business Destinations Launched

LONDON, July 5/PRNewswire/ — Following today’s launch of the NanoTravel.com website a new word is about to hit the dictionaries of the world: Nanotraveller – A person who uses the NanoTravel Guide to the Cities of the World to organise their business trips and impress their clients.

NanoTravel.com, a compact and highly researched website containing focused, current and upscale information for the busy traveller, business community and long-suffering secretaries, takes the pain out of researching, collecting and filtering information to the world’s top 20 business destinations.

NanoTravel.com was conceived and launched by Alon Lavi who had become increasingly frustrated by the lack of an up-to-date, relevant, informative and concise guide to business destinations.

“The Internet is a wonderful tool,” he said, “but there is so much information available that it often takes hours to research hotels, restaurants, places to meet, the best night spots or even something as simple as a good coffee bar.

“I wanted a 0% fat guide that contains all the information on one sheet and my research showed that other businessmen felt the same. The result is the NanoTravel guide to the 20 top business destinations in the world,” said Lavi.

A subscription of just $100 a year secures access to a continuously updated service providing news and information on where to stay, where to meet, where to eat and where to chill. All this valuable information is provided onscreen or on one printable sheet that can be carried in a pocket or handbag.

“Our subscribers have better things to do than search the Internet for the best brasserie in Berlin or the coolest café in Chicago. They want their information before they travel, giving them time to book the restaurant or event for their business meeting or rendezvous. We believe that our information will even impress the locals,” said Lavi.

“To ensure the information is timely, relevant and up-to-date, we have recruited the best informed people in each city making the NanoTravel guide the best source of information available,” he added.

To sign up, go to www.nanotravel.com – it couldn’t be simpler.

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