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About Travora Networks

Travora is a travel media and information company offering publisher representation across all stages of the travel lifecycle. The company's publishers include Rough Guides, Let's Go, Not For Tourists, Vayama, Viator, and Rand McNally. In February 2013, Travora Networks was acquired by MediaShift. The valuation of Travora Networks was undisclosed. Other terms of the deal were not released.

Headquarters Location

55 Broad Street 24th Floor

New York, New York, 10004,

United States


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Latest Travora Networks News

Travora Launches "The CNET of Travel"

Oct 10, 2012

Print Why did ad network Travora buy travel planning site Nile Guide earlier this year? Because it wants to be a travel content company. And that’s what Travora is launching now , a new site that CEO Nan-Kirsten Forte calls “the CNET of travel.” Why CNET? Because in addition to original articles written by staff journalists, Travora wants to offer a sort of buyer’s guide to travel, with various widgets and doodads built into its site that help people look up local weather, get lists of apps relevant to a destination and convert currency and timezones without leaving the page. Like many travel sites, Travora’s content is centered on major cities, so don’t go looking for the long tail. There are also limited social features besides sharing out to existing networks, and no mobile app version just yet. Forte, a former WebMD exec, said her goal is to provide “snackable” and accessible media about destinations and travel in general. And Travora Media, which is backed by investors including Rho Capital Ventures and Village Ventures, will continue to run as a travel ad network separate from Another fresh travel news site we recently covered is paidContent founder Rafat Ali’s Skift . Tagged with: CNET , Nan-Kristen Forte, Nile Guide, Skift, travel , Travora

Travora Networks Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Travora Networks founded?

    Travora Networks was founded in 2003.

  • Where is Travora Networks's headquarters?

    Travora Networks's headquarters is located at 55 Broad Street, New York.

  • What is Travora Networks's latest funding round?

    Travora Networks's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Travora Networks raise?

    Travora Networks raised a total of $34M.

  • Who are the investors of Travora Networks?

    Investors of Travora Networks include MediaShift, Eastward Capital Partners, Village Ventures, Rho Ventures and StarVest Partners.

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