At IB, we own a few killer travel brands, such as FlyerTalk and Wikitravel. And now we're simply delighted to add Fodor's to our family.
A WWII hero and renaissance man, Eugene Fodor began his guide book dynasty 80 years ago working on French Cruise Ships. Today, Fodor's l00+ travel books and a massive website join our portfolio-- and we proudly welcome Fodor's employees, writers, and readers to our family. You're a huge group of travel enthusiasts and we look forward to the journey with you!
We thank PRH for its long-time stewardship of the brands and beginning the long trek to an even more digital-centric future for the business. Yes, we will continue to print the books-- just like at Nolo Press. But we will also greatly expand the digital offerings. Welcome aboard!
p.s. I haven't posted in eons. Apologies to many of our recent and not-so- recent acquisitions: such as DemandForce, ACE, NetDriven, nGage, and UnityWorks. You're all doing very, very well and despite the fact that I like travel insights, I like the amazing and synergistic combination of businesses we've put together even more. I have to say that. But it's still all true.