I'm the founder of Surf Office, a one-stop shop for anyone organizing company retreats.
A few side-projects I'm involved in: Hoodpicker, Surfpreneurs Club and Epic Monday.
I write about my experiments that combine hospitality, real estate and tech.
You can reach me out on Twitter and Linkedin.
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I started a coliving business in 2013. We scaled it to 3 spaces in Spain, California, and Portugal. Then we pivoted, and changed the company into a completely different business (company retreats) while still keeping the brand.Continue reading →
It’s one of the biggest headaches for property owners; getting bookings in mid and low seasons. I’ve been partly involved in the property business for a few years now, and these are just some of the tricks that I’ve learned along the way to boost bookings.Continue reading →
Starting small is the right way to build a brand but it's difficult to make a profitable business out of it. You need a certain number of rooms to make your unit economics work. In my experience, the minimum number of rooms to start is ideally 20 or more.Continue reading →
Almost all hotels want to attract groups but very few actually figure out how to do it. I’m going to share some tactics and knowledge I’ve learned over the years to get them in this article.Continue reading →
In the past, when you wanted to build a web app or tool, coding skills were a necessity. Today, however, there are plenty of options available for those of us with more limited coding knowledge to find success.Continue reading →
My first touch with Gran Canaria was about 10 years ago when I purchased a cheap Ryanair flight and escaped a cold, European winter for 10 days. Since then I fell in love with this beautiful island.Continue reading →
But how do we define some locations on a map as touristy and others not? Can we measure the level of “touristy-ness”? What would be the formula? Continue reading →