Press

Press

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National Indian Newspaper, Dainik Bhaskar covered our trip to Indian Premier League (IPL) team Rajasthan Royals with some of the boys from our charity partner, The Barefoot College.

They newspaper mentioned how the boys from a small village in Rajasthan (Tilonia) got the opportunity to meet their idols which included Indian international cricketer, Ajinkya Rahana and former Australian cricketer, Shane Warne.

Read more on their website:https://www.bhaskar.com/

 

FLAG IT UP! BIRMINGHAM BUSINESS PUTS MONEY WHERE ITS HEART IS

Flag It Up! Birmingham business puts money where its heart is

“Adventurers are encouraged to add to their FlagMate by purchasing a flag of each new country they visit, with the added option to include an engraved message on the back – the perfect memento to showcase their chapters of exploration.”

Read the full article at http://dluxe-magazine.co.uk/birmingham/flag-birmingham-business-puts-money-heart/

See the full comment at The Upscout 

An Interview of the Storyteller Founder, Bhavesh with Maria Van Straaten

Bhavesh says: “Although Storyteller is not a charity, we want to part of a wave of new start-ups who are proving that having a balance between profit and philanthropy can generate a positive outcome for all individuals involved, and I believe that this will be an integral part of a business for years to come.”

Read the full interview by clicking here

Will you be adding FlagMate to your backpack?

Media coverage written by Julia Hammond (UK).

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Julia says  “when I first got the travel bug, I painstakingly sewed fabric patches onto my rucksack as a reminder of each of the countries I’d been to.  People would stop and chat about the places they represented and my experiences there.  It was a good icebreaker and often led to a further conversation – and those meaningful interactions with people we meet on the road are, of course, why many of us travel. FlagMate goes one better… It’s a great souvenir of your last trip, but also, it’s a good talking point on your next one.”

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Will you be adding FlagMate to your backpack?