How Prince Harry Just Partnered With Google

When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle revealed their first project, Travalyst, under their joint platform Archwell, some thought it was just talk. Journalist Helen Coffey criticized Travalyst’s early press releases for the Independent and wondered where the “tangible, concrete details” were. “It’s not easy to write a well-crafted press release of impressive length [of 1,100 words] without really saying much, but somehow they managed it,” she said.

However, the critics don’t seem to be slowing the couple down. Travalyst had teamed up with companies like Visa, Skyscanner, Booking.com, and Trip Advisor, and now, Google. Travalyst’s CEO Sally Davey said in a press release that the company was “excited to continue this endeavour with Google.” She continued, “The Google travel team has committed globally to helping consumers make more sustainable travel choices, and their approach aligns strongly with Travalyst’s collaboration principles.” One aspect of the deal has to do with access to information for passengers. According to the release, both Google and Travalyst aim to improve the traveler experience “starting with accommodation and aviation”, viewing it as “an important building block for a sustainable transformation in the industry.” 

Harry and Meghan have had a fair number of critics, but the couple always manages to find a way — their success stories after they decided to let go of their royal duties in early 2020 reveal that. And now, even if there is the occasional critic across the pond, there seems to be plenty of opportunity in California.

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